The scientifically established and unique healing properties of Ginseng are recognized as a very strong energy boosting, immune-stimulating remedy. This is reinforced by anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties of bee venom, which can help in building up stamina, get rid of pain and tiredness, and help you considerably, improve your life style.
What is so special about Bee Venom Value
Bee venom is a unique multi-component complex, which contains about 30 biologically active compounds, some of which are practically impossible to get synthesized by chemical methods. The main components are peptides: melittin, apamin, peptide 401, adolapin, and protease inhibitors.
Bee venom has multiple effects on the body: help keep the blood circulation in normal, support physical strength and well being, support to joint mobility, has anti-oxidant effects, support to the immune system.
Bee venom might modify the immune system functions in the body and contribute to the increased production of cortisol. The healing potency of BV in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatism is initiated after stimulating the production of cortisol in the adrenal glands.
In animal studies conducted last year, doctors in South Korea found that melittin, the principal peptide in bee venom, blocks the expression of inflammatory genes that can cause painful tissue swelling in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Next, researchers tested the anti-inflammatory effects of melittin on human synovial cells of arthritis patients. Synovial cells are those that line the joints, and which are vulnerable to inflammation among arthritis sufferers.
They found the melittin blocked the expression of the genes that cause the inflammation and pain suffered by arthritis patients. The melittin worked in a similar way to a class of drugs called cox-2 inhibitors, which are now used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and reduce inflammation, the scientists wrote.
Called the “King of Herbs”, ginseng is the best-known herb of all time to longevity enthusiasts. The Taoists say that ginseng has the strongest ability of any herb to condense the earthly ch’i and the five elemental energies into its root. Thus it can impart the “three vitalities” (ch’i, jing and shin) to anyone who partakes of it. Ginseng is renowned and revered for its ability to impart clarity of mind and awareness to its users.
In the first recorded Chinese treatise on herbs, Shen Nung said: “Ginseng is a tonic to the five viscera, quieting the animal spirits, stabilizing the soul, preventing fear, expelling the vicious energies, brightening the eye and improving vision, opening up the heart benefiting the understanding, and if taken for some time will invigorate the body and prolong life…”
Ginseng root is said to aid in replacing ch’i to the body’s meridians and organs. It develops the center (earth element) and supplies an adaptability to stressful situations. Its name means “essence of the earth in the form of a man”.
The chief constituents of ginseng are largely long chain polysaccharides, saponins, ginsenins, panoxic acid, panaxin, panaquilon, elemental minerals, and some B vitamins as well as other substances.
Saponins are considered to be the chief constituents of ginseng, together with many other elements, which have been shown in research to be just as important. The ability to aid in stress and action as an adaptogen has brought ginseng into the spotlight of modern herb consumers and has spurred much research.
In addition to the alterative effect on the entire body, ginseng has a very beneficial effect on the heart and circulation, modulating not only blood pressure but blood cholesterol as well. It stimulates the secretion of pepsin and relieves indigestion and eructations.
Ginseng is used generally for its tonic and adaptogenic benefits and its ability to increase strength and energy as well as its reported use as a longevity herb. Taoists have used it for hundreds of years for quieting the spirit in a manner much like the famous Reishi Mushroom. In Russia ginseng is recommended to people over the age of forty for a six-week program of use annually.