3 Key Health Benefits of Korean Red Ginseng for Travelers
Huge numbers of Americans are planning to travel in 2022. According to a recent TripAdvisor survey, 71% of Americans are planning to travel for pleasure this year, up 8% over 2019 and despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
We know you’re excited about your trip, but please don’t forget about your health. If you’ll be sitting in a plane, train, or car for more than four hours, you need to consider the risk of blood clots. The CDC says that anybody who travels long distances should stretch regularly and bring their prescriptions and supplements. And remember to pack sunscreen and a hat too, to keep your skin safe!
Three key health benefits of Korean Red Ginseng for Travelers are:
Blood Circulation Support: If you want to prevent circulatory problems, ginseng is a very good addition to your diet. A study by the Nutritional Sciences Department at the University of Toronto found that Korean Red Ginseng significantly improves blood flow. Researchers concluded that, after three hours, the vascular endothelial function (a standard measure of blood circulation) of healthy adults who had consumed three grams of red ginseng powder was markedly enhanced in the majority of participants.
Natural Energy Boost: Travel takes a lot of energy. Korean Red Ginseng has been shown to relieve stress by boosting both mental and physical energy, without the ‘buzz’ or ‘jittery’ feelings that come with other energy products.
Skin Health Support: Korean Red Ginseng may also reduce wrinkles, and other signs of skin wear and tear, by promoting elasticity and collagen production.
How To Get Korean Red Ginseng?
Now that you know the benefits of Korean Red Ginseng, let’s talk about the best ways to get it.
As a dietary supplement, you can choose from several different types of ginseng, including Korean Red Ginseng and Ginseng Matcha. They can be in many different forms from capsules, powders, tinctures, and our favorite liquid sticks.
We recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any new supplement, and keep in mind that taking several other medications can increase the risk of side effects. So make sure to speak with your doctor before you take any supplement.