Hello Mr. Magistrate, if I could bother you with a question: I bought ginseng and polish, which I would like to strengthen my immune system (problems with toothache and joint pain, pulmonary chlamydia, autoimmunity, thyroid gland, etc.). I would like to ask if it is better to first take one plant and then get another one, or is it better and better to take both of them at once? Do you want to divide the ginseng for the morning and shine on the evening? Thank you very much for the answer. LM
Your case is relatively serious. As usual, I will begin with the fact that only the attending physician has the right to decide on the treatment of serious illnesses. But try to find one that also understands medical botanics - in your case, adaptogens and herbs definitely have the potential.
It is not clear if your problems have a single common cause. It would be, as you rightly argue, probably immune . However, there may be two or three emerging issues at the same time. Cases like yours are difficult to comment, but I've already sent you a doctor, so: Toothache does not have to be related to your other problems (or vice versa, they may be the cause). Ginseng can benefit you, but beware, ginseng is not a miracle, and even some bacterial infections may be undesirable . But again to be afraid, ginseng is safer than most other medicines. Start with higher doses and if the condition does not improve, ginseng should stop taking it again. It can also happen that joint pain and autoimmunity will improve but dental infections will get worse. You need to monitor your condition and respond to what you notice. After a week or two weeks of ginseng, start with a glitter , again at a slightly higher dosage. You do not have to worry about using these two adaptogens at the same time. Ginseng and glossy gloss interact with each other in an unknown way. Sometimes their effects may also be synergistic, ie they can be more than added. But they can also be totally ineffective - it depends on what health you have. Ginseng traditionally drinks around lunch, but can be taken in the morning or in the evening. It does not matter how you plan your dosing during the day - for these adaptogens, the total weekly dose is greater than the hourly or daily dose for chronic illness . In addition, ginger, garlic, Echinacea and other medicinal plants can also be interesting in your case. Therefore, I would also recommend to visit the herbalists or the TCM center.
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