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Ginseng can be a source of menopause relief for older women.

Korea Ginseng Corp’s products use the best Korean red ginseng.  Our product stands out from others on the market due the high quality of ingredients and the processing method we use in our ginseng-containing products, which range from teas to skincare to supplements and extracts.  We only use Korean Red Ginseng which has undergone a special process to retain a high level of minerals and nutrients. 

Our ginseng products can help support the health of women undergoing menopause.  Read on to learn more about the health benefits of ginseng for menopause.

Menopause is a natural process in a woman’s life when her reproductive hormones decrease, menstrual periods go away, and women can no longer get pregnant (Mayo Clinic, n.d.).  In the United States, the average age of menopause is 51 years.  Levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone decrease during menopause. As a result, menopause is associated with a variety of symptoms such as irregular periods; hot flashes; chills; sleep problems; changes in mood; and weight gain and metabolic issues.

Ginseng has been used for medicinal purposes to treat a variety of conditions for over 5000 years.  Many scientific studies have investigated the efficacy of ginseng as a treatment option for menopause.  Several randomized, controlled trials have investigated ginseng’s effect compared to placebo in menopausal women.  These studies indicate that ginseng was effective as a therapeutic option (Kim, et al., 2013). 

Korean red ginseng was found to improve sexual arousal and global health (Oh, et al., 2010).  Oh and colleagues conducted a study in which 32 menopausal women participated.  The women took three capsules of ginseng (1g each) daily, which, as the researchers found, improved both sexual arousal and overall health.

Korean red ginseng was better than placebo in treating menopause symptoms (Kim, et al., 2012).  In a study by Kim and colleagues, 72 women aged 45 to 60 years, took either 3 grams of red ginseng, or placebo, daily.  The results showed that the Korean red ginseng group had lower cholesterol levels as well as decreased carotid intima-media thickness, which is an indicator of good heart health.  The results indicate that Korean red ginseng may potentially improve markers of cardiovascular health in postmenopausal women.

Korean red ginseng may have a beneficial effect to mitigate depression and improve well-being (Wiklund, et al., 1999).  A study of 384 patients showed that taking ginseng extract was more effective than placebo in improving depression symptoms and boosting well-being and health.

Women’s Balance Premium

Korea Ginseng Corp’s Women’s Balance Premium contains 32 varieties of ginseng saponins to support immune function, support fatigue recovery, blood circulation, and memory.  It contains a proprietary blend of ginseng and other herbs to support healthy menopause.

 

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Korean red ginseng’s health benefits can help support relief from menopause symptoms as well as promote cognitive, immune, and circulatory system function. 

Korea Ginseng Corp offers ginseng supplements, ginseng extracts, food, beverages, snacks, and other products which contains the best quality Korean red ginseng.  Korea Ginseng Corp’s skincare line, Donginbi, offers a variety of products to your keep skin looking young and healthy as well.  We offer an unparalleled selection of ginseng products at affordable prices.

References

Kang H, Ansbacher R, Hammoud M. (2002).  “Use of alternative and complementary medicine in menopause.”  International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 79(3): 195-207.

Kim M, Lim H, Yang H, Lee M, and Shin B. (2013).  “Ginseng for managing menopause symptoms: A systematic review of randomized clinical trials.” J Ginseng Res, 37(1): 30-36.

Kim S, Seo S, Choi Y, Jeon Y, Lim K, Cho S, Choi Y, Lee B. (2012). “Effects of red ginseng supplementation on menopausal symptoms and cardiovascular risk factors in postmenopausal women:  a  double-blind  randomized  controlled trial.” Menopause, 19: 461-466.

Mayo Clinic. (n.d.) “Menopause.”  Available at https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/menopause/symptoms-causes/syc-20353397.

Oh K, Chae M, Lee H, Hong H, Park K.  (2010).  “Effects of Korean red ginseng on sexual arousal in menopausal women: placebo-controlled, double-blind crossover clinical study.”  J Sex Med , 7(4 Pt 1):1469-1477.

Wiklund I, Mattsson L, Lindgren R, Limoni C. (1999). “Effects of a standardized ginseng extract on quality of life and physiological parameters in symptomatic postmenopausal women: a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.” Int J Clin Pharmacol  Res, 19:89-99.