Ginseng Root (Panax) Could Be The Solution To Your MS Fatigue — And Other Related Symptoms

Why Are Neurologists Excited About This Old Herb For MS?

Barb Ann Johnson


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If you’ve followed even a little of my MS journey, you’re familiar with my honey bee-venom treatment choice over pharmaceuticals. The natural still works better for me. Ginseng has been helpful for my chronic fatigue and is a useful herb that anyone with MS should consider looking at for one’s own health regimen.

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According to research, Panax ginseng (also known as Korean ginseng), might just be the answer to your MS-related woes. This much-buzzed-about natural supplement has been shown to have a variety of effects on the human body, from helping to manage stress to improving cognitive function.

The research on Ginseng is so promising, it has scientists regularly launching new studies on the centuries old herb.

What is Ginseng ?

Ginseng is a herb that grows naturally in the wild, often in mountainous areas. It’s also cultivated for commercial use and can be found in many health food stores and grocery stores.

As one of the most popular herbs on the market today, it has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments.

Ginseng is often used to help manage stress levels, improve cognitive function, and promote a healthy immune system.

Today, it’s being hailed as — just what MS patients need to get relief from their symptoms. Is it true ? It may be for some.

Why is Ginseng Recommended For People With MS?

Ginseng, specifically the Panax species, has been shown to have a variety of benefits, including improving cognitive function and managing stress.

But the reason ginseng has been found to be so helpful for those with MS is due to its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to significantly reduce fatigue



Barb Ann Johnson

Alaskan, who used Bee Venom Therapy to keep MS symptoms under control. Become a Medium member — Read Anytime — (affiliate links)