Does Ginseng help against cancer?
Ginseng is a perennial plant that grows in China, Korea, Japan, Russia, and the United States. The dried root is promoted to provide energy and improve concentration. It has also believed by some to prevent cancer, although this claim is not supported by solid scientific evidence. Ginseng can cause restlessness, insomnia, headaches, and hypertension. Because of its estrogen-like effects, Ginseng may have adverse effects in women with breast cancer or ovarian cancer. You should discuss these issues with your doctor or nurse before taking this preparation. In addition, Ginseng can also alter normal blood clotting and should not be used if you are undergoing surgery or taking anticoagulants.
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