I would like to ask for coffee with ginseng extracts, once I put her in the cafe and I tasted so I would like to try to prepare it at home but I do not know how. Thank you in advance for your reply.
The process of preparing ginseng coffee depends on what coffee you are thinking - watering, dripping, espresso ... In any case, you can use the first method to prepare a ginseng water extract and then add it to the ready coffee. This method is universal and perhaps the best because the dishes used to make coffee do not come into contact with the ginseng and vice versa. In other words, other methods can be tested - for example, hot or gentle tea is used instead of warm water for dripping or pouring coffee. It is not appropriate to water a slice of ginsed with hot coffee because ginseng has to lengthen somewhat longer. But it could be added to any coffee, including espresso, ginseng powdered .
In my opinion, coffee and ginseng are not suitable for mixing. I like the taste of both coffee and ginseng and I enjoy them alone, without sugar. (Sugar I enjoy in desserts.) What effects would ginseng possibly balance the increase in blood pressure and other caffeine-related excesses. Caffeine mimics the structure of purine nucleotides and has many different, not always positive, effects in the body. (Chicken: Caffeine may not benefit the hippocampus ( Han2007iec ), possibly interfering with cell cycle regulation ( Guo2002cis )). It's a dilemma for me: I love the taste of coffee, but I'm aware of the dangers of caffeine and mycotoxins. Meanwhile, I drink decaffeinated coffee and wait for coffee to be naturally decaffeinated, as the Japanese have recently developed ( Ogita2003pdc ).
To summarize, ginseng coffee is definitely prepared and you will not be wrong if you are guided by intuition when preparing it. However, use caffeine with the measure, ie, not permanently.