Ginseng tea is a very pleasant and practical way to consume ginseng, whether for ginseng or for regular use (see How to Use Ginseng) .
- 3-5 dcl of water
- sliced root of the best quality 6-year ginseng right
- regular amount of favorite tea (eg tea bag)
The amount of ginseng depends on the situation and individual needs. For normal daily ginseng use, 1 slice of good mature root (about 2 grams) is sufficient. If you expect a long and hard day, you are overcoming the morning hangover , or one slice is not enough for you, you can increase the dose accordingly.
Ginseng is best to cook directly in the water (10 minutes or longer). Another option is to lengthen ginseng at 100 ° C in thermos (20 minutes or longer). With common teas, ginseng can be combined without problems, but its taste is better distinguished by its own addition, with the addition of a burgundy and cicimus.
Ginseng beverage can also be prepared by diluting a finished strong ginseng sauce or ginseng tincture . We just add a small amount of ginseng decoction to the clean water or the common tea we choose, and the beverage is ready. Another option is to prepare a ginseng drink in the evening and just warm it in the microwave in the morning.
Ginseng tea is good to drink in the morning. You will use its stimulating potential throughout the day. Evening ginseng does not cause insomnia , as is sometimes mistakenly called ( Lee1990cip , Han2013erg ). But we need to take care of sleeping and not to use the stimulating effect of ginseng to reduce the necessary 8-hour sleep. Sleeping is unhealthy and helps to overweight.
The situation is again the same as everything: Watch for fake, poor quality products. Tea, which is sold in some stores as "ginseng," has little to do with the tea described here. If you want ginseng due to its properties, it must be real, not invented. If this condition is met, then a younger ginseng of the appropriate quality will be encouraged and strengthened as it is the most powerful tonic of the TCM. Unfortunately, in the food industry, this condition is not met - except that the term "ginseng" is an ornamental word that does not guarantee quantity.