American Ginseng Recipes

Avoid the Caffeine Crash with American Ginseng - How to Make Ginseng Coffee

Morgan Kuphal

Avoid the Caffeine Crash with American Ginseng - How to Make Ginseng Coffee

Everyone knows about the fantastic boost of energy and focus that coffee can provide, but too much caffeine can increase heart rate and leads to an inevitable crash. This is where American ginseng can make a difference! Just like coffee, ginseng is considered a nootropic herb meaning that it can help improve focus, attention and short term memory. When American ginseng and coffee are combined, less of each herb is needed to achieve the desired effect. Instead of multiple large cups of coffee, one cup of ginseng coffee may be able to provide the same amount of focus and energy without...


How to Make Ginseng Tea

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How to Make Ginseng Tea

How to Brew Ginseng Tea Using Dried Ginseng Roots Heat at least one 8 oz cup of water to about 208 °F (98 °C) or just before the water begins to boil. This is the best temperature to extract the ginsenosides which are the compounds responsible for the health benefits. Measure about 4-5 grams of dried ginseng root per 8 oz cup of water.  This is equivalent to approximately 2-3 small roots, 1-2 medium roots, 1 large root or 1/2 of a jumbo root. Add the roots to the hot water and allow the roots to steep for 5-10 minutes...


How to Make Ginseng Tea using Wisconsin Grown American Ginseng Powder

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How to Make Ginseng Tea using Wisconsin Grown American Ginseng Powder

How to Make Ginseng Tea using Ginseng Prongs & Fibers: 1. Place about 3 grams or about 1 teaspoon of Wisconsin Grown American Ginseng Powder into a tea bag 2. Place the tea bag in a cup and pour 80 - 90 °C or 175 - 195 °F water over the tea bag 3. Allow the tea to steep for 10 minutes 4. Remove the tea bag, add honey or another sweetener to taste


How to Make Ginseng Tea from Ginseng Prongs & Fibers

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How to Make Ginseng Tea from Ginseng Prongs & Fibers

How to Make Ginseng Tea using Ginseng Prongs & Fibers: 1. Place about 3 grams or 2 small pinches of ginseng prongs & fibers in a large empty tea bag2. Place the tea bag in a cup and pour 80 - 90 °C or 175 - 195 °F water over the tea bag3. Allow the tea to steep for 10 minutes4. Remove the tea bag, add honey or another sweetener to taste


How To Slice Dried Wisconsin American Ginseng Roots in 4 Easy Steps

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How To Slice Dried Wisconsin American Ginseng Roots in 4 Easy Steps

American ginseng root slices are perfect to easily make ginseng tea or chewing to get your daily dose of ginseng, however finding high quality ginseng root slices can be difficult.  The best way to know you are getting ginseng slices made from high quality ginseng roots it to buy authentic Wisconsin ginseng roots and slice them yourself. American ginseng roots that have been properly dried are very hard and almost impossible to slice.  In order to slice dried ginseng, it is recommended that you first steam the roots until they are soft enough to easily slice with a sharp kitchen...

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