An article by Anahad O’Connor on the New York Times website tackles the health myths surrounding the usage of ginseng for fatigue relief.
Now there is some evidence that ginseng’s claim to fight fatigue may be deserved. In a small number of independent studies, researchers have found that ginseng extracts seem to help combat cancer-related fatigue, one of the most common side effects of chemotherapy and other treatments.
Ginseng has been used for a long time as a natural energy booster. A few studies have found that there may be evidence that ginseng really does fight fatigue. In fact, fatigue caused by chemotherapy in cancer patients actually was combated by the patient taking ginseng extracts. Most patients’ fatigue makes it incredibly difficult to do anything, and there aren’t very many options for lessening it.
In other studies done with cancer patients in 2010 and 2012, the same results were shown–fatigue and nausea were greatly alleviated.
Research has suggested that ginseng can even help relieve fatigue in individuals who don’t have cancer, too. However, more studies need to be done on the long-term safety of using ginseng. Overall, ginseng seems to help with fatigue, regardless of what your health is like.
Read more at The New York Times
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