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Green tea richness in its medical properties is well talked about making people to hog on it and increase the demand. Green tea is ranked top among plants as having highest possible anti-oxidant contents. Antioxidant is given high importance for its ability of slowing down aging, strokes and heart disease prevention with actively fighting cancer. Tea is also found to be anti inflammatory, anti cancer, anti-allergic. There is another herb called the king of herb sin China i.e. Ginseng Ginseng is accorded to be rich in medicinal properties making body more immune to diseases, restoring virtility, reducing stress and maximizing vitality generally. Ginseng is wild herb which is harvested from snow filled northern China’s Chang Bai Mountains. This herb is costly and is priced in thousands of dollars.

Mix Beverage

There is a interesting product now which is mix of both the highly rich medical property plants. Product is green tea with ginseng, it is like happy marriage health benefits that are proven and great taste. Green tea from China is now with ginseng root filled with curative benefits. Green tea with Ginseng is a light and refreshing beverage that is consumed both hot and cold iced. If you are more concentrated on health and need to rejuvenate then this combination drink provides all the required necessities for staying healthy. It can be now aptly said as win to win drink. But there are some points to be noted before buying green tea with Ginseng that is both of them have their own pharmaceutical properties.

Types of Ginseng

It should be first learnt how to select the high quality green tea with Ginseng well suitable for your physiology. As there are three types Ginseng, Penax Ginseng, Panax quinquefolius and eleutherococus senticosus . It is required to see before buying what type of Ginseng is added with Green Tea and whether that Ginseng properties are suited for your body. Let us have a glimpse at types of Ginseng properties. Penax Ginseng is well known as Korean Ginseng or Chinese Ginseng. This penax ginseng stimulates body promoting Yang energy. There are two types of Penax Ginseng, white penax ginseng and red penax Ginseng. Panax Quinquefolius is also known as American Ginseng grown in USA, British Columbia, Canada’s Ontario and in China recently.

Eeutherococus senticosus is also known as Siberian Ginseng that is grown I Siberia. It is said to be not exactly ginseng. Reason is that it belongs different genus of plants. But it is also used with Green tea. Usually ginseng has compound known as ginsenosides and eleutherosides compound is present in Siberian Ginseng. Whatever the compound is has, it is having said health benefits and can be preferred within green tea. This is also more preferred by the users as it is cheaper than Penax gingseng. Here there is need to be cautious as it is not original gingseng many fraud companies use this with Green tea and market with some names. Therefore necessarily you should check the label of the product and preferably go for Penax Ginseng if you can afford.

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