• Ginseng contains a host of compounds including ginsenosides, panaxosides, and gintonins.

  • These compounds exhibit antioxidant & adaptogenic effects, including neuroprotection.

  • Neurotrophic and neuroprotective properties of ginsenosides help reduce the symptoms of ADHD, and can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety

The Energy Root

Panax ginseng, often simply referred to as ginseng, has a rich history rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, where it has been revered for over 2,000 years. Native to the mountainous regions of East Asia, particularly Korea, northeastern China, and eastern Siberia, ginseng was traditionally used to enhance physical strength, improve cognitive function, and promote overall vitality. Ancient texts describe it as a remedy for fatigue, stress, and various ailments, highlighting its role as an adaptogen that helps the body resist various stressors.

In modern times, ginseng is widely recognized for its therapeutic properties and is commonly used in dietary supplements and herbal remedies. Research has shown that ginseng contains active compounds called ginsenosides, which contribute to its medicinal effects. These compounds have been found to possess anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and neuroprotective properties. Ginseng is often used to boost immune function, enhance mental performance, reduce symptoms of fatigue, and improve sexual health.

One notable study published in the "Journal of Ginseng Research" highlighted ginseng's ability to enhance cognitive function and reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases. The study found that ginsenosides can modulate neurotransmitter levels, protect neurons from oxidative stress, and promote the growth of new nerve cells, thereby improving memory and learning capabilities (PubMed, 2013). Another study in "Nutrients" supported these findings, demonstrating that ginseng supplementation improved cognitive performance and reduced mental fatigue in healthy adults (PubMed, 2020).

Ginseng's benefits extend to physical health as well. It has been shown to improve cardiovascular health by enhancing blood circulation and reducing oxidative damage to blood vessels. Additionally, ginseng can help regulate blood sugar levels, making it a valuable supplement for managing diabetes.

Regarding ADHD support, there is emerging evidence suggesting that ginseng may help manage symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A study published in the "Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology" investigated the effects of ginseng on children with ADHD. The results indicated that ginseng supplementation led to significant improvements in attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity compared to a placebo (SAGE Journals, 2020). Another study found that a combination of ginseng and ginkgo biloba improved ADHD symptoms, suggesting that ginseng could be a complementary treatment option (Taylor & Francis Online, 2008).

What the Research Says

  • Ginseng Boosts Overall Dopamine Production

  • Ginseng Significantly Improved ADHD Scores

  • Ginseng is an Effective Treatment for ADHD


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