In Korea, a strong ginseng dressing containing a large amount of ginseng is used in the course of weakness and subcooling. In the overview of the effects of ginseng on this site, you will not find "weakness" or hypothermia ("weakness" is not a precise diagnosis and hypothermia is a rarity today), however these effects of ginseng are real and well documented.
The effect of ginseng on cold load was scientifically confirmed for the first time in the classical period of adaptogen research in human probands ( Novozhilov1985mae ) and was confirmed by other publications ( Kumar1996 ). As for "weakness," I would like to quote the observation of 18th-century European doctors in this indication: Count Belchingen (one of Maria Theresia's doctors) in her essay on the virtues and properties of ginseng tea warns colorously about drinking black and green teas (caffeinated beverages) and instead recommends ginseng tea "as the most effective remedy for all the weaknesses caused by excessive body and soul fatigue, " as well as "blurred vision, female weakness, scurvy and leprosy." It describes twelve cases of witnesses and patients "cured by the mere use of ginseng tea". The British Royal Society has been devoted to ginsling since 1679, and the material at that time contains a number of emotive descriptions of the ginseng effects of ginseng in various " bleeding " patients ( Appleby1983grs ). Carl Linne had this knowledge of the genius and when he named Panax (panacea) in the 18th century, there was not a bit of irony.
A single higher dose of ginseng can also be used by us to overcome the difficult physical and mental situations. The dosage is individual and depends on the difficulty of the situation - follow the intuition and your needs. For ginseng as for type adaptogen, it is not necessary to fear overdose. Personally, I have successfully tested enough high doses (even more than 15g at a time), a more detailed description of my subjective experience . Repeated use of high doses may cause a temporary feeling of discomfort .