Ginseng is well-known for its ability to:
• Regulate blood pressure
• Preserve sexual potency in older men
• Assist women through menopause
• Help with anemia, insomnia, depression, nervousness, appetite, stress and shock.
A widely recognized authority on ginseng, author Stephen Fulder was interviewed for an article on ginseng that appeared in the Wall Street Journal in November, 1992.
Confronted with the astronomical costs of medical care and the limitations of conventional medicine in treating immune deficiency diseases, Westerners are discovering the efficacy of plant medicines.
The Book of Ginseng
And Other Chinese Herbs for Vitality
Foreword: How to Swallow this Book
Part One: Background
1. The Root with Two Faces
2. Medicine in a Cul-de-sac
3. The Chinese Alternative
Part Two: Exposition
5. Analysis of a 'Celestial Medicine'
6. Taking It Apart
7. The Hormone Hypothesis
Part 3: Implications
8. Towards a Pharmacology of Harmony
9. The Elusive Elixir
Part 4: Conclusions
11. Biomedical Tao
12. Dreams of the Future
Appendix: Ginseng and You