Panax Ginseng- How Helpful For Better Sexual Performance.

By | Updated August 17, 2018
by Jason Vredenburg

Panax Ginseng is a species belonging to the vast ginseng family which includes Siberian, American and Korean Ginseng. Panax Ginseng is part of the Aroliaceae family and while it is popular in Asian medicine it is actually much like American Ginseng in its properties.

It is said that the best Panax Ginseng extract comes from the roots of plants that are 6 years or older, and it has traditionally been used to treat a number of health conditions such as anxiety, flu, certain cancers and sexual dysfunction.

Panax Ginseng

In terms of this latter condition, there are several ways that Panax Ginseng can benefit.

Firstly, Ginseng is what is known as an Adaptogen, meaning that it helps the body adapt to stresses and stress is one of the most common causes for temporary erectile dysfunction.

Ginseng helps to relax the airways and blood vessels which allows for a better flow of oxygen and blood, especially important in achieving and maintaining a healthy erection. It is also thought that Panax ginseng may also help support sperm production and improve the quality of the sperm which in turn can help fertility.

For sexual performance, Panax Ginseng can be taken either orally or used topically, applied directly to the penis.

However, it also comes in other forms including teas, concentrated liquids and powder. The recommended dose to treat sexual conditions is 200-300 mg taken 2-3 times per day and it is also recommended that the user ‘cycle’ the dose, for example taking the product for an initial period of 3 months then stopping for 2 weeks before resuming the dose.

While Panax ginseng generally does not have any adverse side effects associated with it, because it is a stimulant, those with sleeplessness or insomnia may want to avoid the product. Even if this is not a problem, it is a good idea to reduce caffeine consumption while taking ginseng. Additionally, Ginseng may interact with some Drug medications, especially insulin and blood thinners.

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

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Expert Author : Jason Vredenburg

Jason Vredenburg is an independent freelance health writer. A nutrition counselor at first, he has built a strong passion in health communications, exploring possibilities in the sector with a master’s degree in integrative health to cap up his interest. A stern contributor to wellness blogs, health articles, and newsletters, Jason has got a strong grip on web content management through consistent practice keeping taps with latest trends in web marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) and social media marketing. When not with pen and paper on health articles, he’s likely hanging out with Ingram Content Group, creating another inspiring blog for clients or giving life to a stale blog to attract readers. Follow him on LinkedIn.