The English word ginseng derives from the Chinese term rénshen. Rén means "person" and shen means "plant root"; this refers to the roots characteristic forked shape, which resembles the legs of a person. Taking Siberian Ginseng daily can increase the number of white blood cells including activity of the T cells as well as the cytotoxic T cells and natural killer cells that eliminate invading cells and those that have been virally infected. It reduces the number of outbreaks of herpes simplex virus 2 by 50%. It reduces the severity of the outbreaks.

SACM Ginseng Tea is made from quality natural chinese herbs. To stimulate mental and physical activity, nourish blood, strengthen immune system.


Weak immunity
Short breath
Sexual impotence
Night sweat
Chronic ulcer, stomach or uterus prolapsus
Cold extremities
Ginseng decreases blood alcohol levels.


Do not drink during fever or edema.
Ginseng sometimes causes insomnia.
Ginseng may lead to induction of mania in depressed patients who mix it with antidepressants.
Ginseng has adverse reactions with phenelzine and warfarin.
Extreme overdose will cause bleeding.
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Take 1 tea bag, 1 or 2 times daily.
Steep 1 tea bag with 300-500ml boiling water for 20 minutes. The tea bag can be used 2x.
Store in a cool, dark and dry place.


3g x 12 tea bags per box.


Chinese Angelica.
Ginseng root. (The active chemical is Ginsenosides, which is unique to the Panax species. It also contains phytoestrogens)
Milkvetch root

Herbal tea ginseng

Buy   1 for R40 each. Total = R   40
Buy   2 for R38 each. Total = R   76
Buy   5 for R33 each. Total = R 165
Buy 10 for R30 each. Total = R 300

Shipping method Number of items Cost
Collect from South Africa, Pretoria, Sunnyside East any R  00
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 1 to   2 R  52
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 3 to   4 R  55
Courier to big cities, delivery 2-3 days 5 to 10 R  63
Courier to a town beyond 30 km from big cities, delivery 4-5 days 1 to 10 R143
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This page has been updated on the 2018-11-08.