Ginseng is one of the oldest antioxidant supplements in the world, which boost general body energy and mental wellness. There are two types of ginseng: oriental and American ginseng. Oriental ginseng is native to Korea and China, while American Ginseng originates from the Eastern parts of North America, however, oriental ginseng is more popular.
Ginseng tea is typically made from ginseng roots (rhizomes). The tea has an initial slight sweet taste but leaves a bitter aftertaste but can be sweetened with honey if necessary. The best roots for making tea are firm and should have no discolorations. Ginseng tea is also available in tea bags ready for drinking but it is often best to prepare fresh tea for maximum benefits. It can be taken warm or iced. Instead of the regular cup of coffee, you might substitute with ginseng tea, which is also a stimulant. You may also consider trying Matcha Green Tea.
Preparing ginseng is very simple and can be easily done on a daily basis. You might want to consider making your own tea instead of buying ginseng.