I have heard Ginshen's roots for women and others for men. Depending on whether the woman was biting or making tea. One lady, 50 years ago, said that one man who saw her in a migraine attack. He poured himself over her and brought her 2 pieces of ginseng root. And he talked about the male and female roots. One of them, by gender, decides (this lady has gone through the rest of the migraine attack within a quarter of an hour and remembers it to this day) and the other is the tea by gender. Is it still true today? Thank you for your answer. H.
Folk creativity is great, so I can not answer the question in that exact form as you formulate it. But it is clear that trying to get ginseng is not a mistake. Natural remedies for migraine I mentioned here in another answer ( idiopathic jaw pain ). You may notice that their common denominator is just ginseng - the experience of the lady you are talking about would also indicate this.
It is known that ginseng right is to chew women during childbirth to strengthen. But, specifically, as a " female ginseng, " the TČM denotes another plant, namely the Chinese gentile . The gang seems to resemble the fact that he also has effects against inflammation and pain . The pitch is often used in herbal potions of TČM against painful menstruation and other menstrual problems. For example, one of these combinations contains, in addition to the jungle, the flavors of Chuanxiong ( Ligusticum chuanchiong ), Rehmania glutinosa , Paeonia lactiflora, and other ingredients.
Another option is that the words "masculine" and "female" in that man's speech denote the masculine principle of yang and the female principle yin , also known as "hot" and "cold". The ginseng root is yang , the red ginseng root is even more yang , while, for example, the American ginseng ( Panax quinquefolius ) is more yin, and the root ginseng of the right ginseng or ginseng is more yin than the ginseng root. Science does not recognize yin and yang , but some of the latest publications show that there may be different proportions of the key ginseng active substances, Panaxosides , whose counterbalancing effects are mutually balanced, and therefore a change in their ratio may result the opposite effect on the same physiological parameter. And I've exhausted all that I can say about "ginseng by gender".