You will need
    • the powder of the dry root of ginseng
    • water and black tea
Infusions and decoctions of ginseng take as a General tonic, as a restorative remedy after injuries and operations, in violation of metabolism, insomnia, fatigue, nervousness. Also, the decoction of ginseng will help strengthen the reparative mechanisms, and stimulate the endocrine glands. The first decoctions and tinctures of ginseng began to do the Chinese, and today many of our compatriots are establishing their health with the help of this medicinal plant.
There are various recipes for making decoctions of ginseng. Traditional decoction is prepared as follows. Ginseng root is ground, one portion of the decoction is taken 2-3 tablespoons of ginseng. The crushed root is filled with cold water (1-2 cups), poured into a saucepan or a saucepan and put on fire. The resulting liquid must be boiled for 3-5 minutes on low heat. Then the broth is removed from heat, filtered through a sieve or cheesecloth. Please wait while we chill the broth to a temperature of 36-40 degrees.
To enhance the flavors of broth, ginseng can brew tea. For this you will need the powder of the dry root of ginseng and black tea. The mixture is poured boiling water in the ratio 1: 10 and infused for several minutes. The tea should drain, and then drink a tablespoon three times a day before meals.
The course of treatment with the decoction of ginseng is 30 days. After a course is to do a 30 day break, and then spend another 30-day prophylactic course. Please note that the decoction of ginseng is contraindicated in inflammatory or infectious processes and increased irritability. Also make ginseng is not recommended for pregnant women.