Healthy Aging

Like most people, you’ve probably heard about the amazing health benefits of Panax Ginseng.

You may notice that many are wearing a little yellow daffodil pin on their lapels. These pins are to raise money and awareness about cancer. They are “a symbol of strength and courage in the fight against cancer.”  As you know, smoking is a major cause of cancer, particularly lung, but also mouth, larynx, esophagus, throat, stomach, kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas, cervix, colon, and rectum, as well as acute myeloid leukemia.

Looking for a way to fight the signs of aging and turn back the clock? 

Yes, we all know that aging is a natural part of life. And many gladly embrace the coming years with open arms. But just because you are getting older, doesn’t mean you have to look it, or feel it.

For centuries we’ve search for the fountain of youth, some sort of elixir to vitality. Though we may not complete our quest for immortality, there are natural ways to look and feel younger, without having to go to extreme lengths.

Did you know that a life is taken by heart disease every seven minutes in Canada? 

February is Heart and Stroke Awareness month. And for millions of Canadians, it is a great time to begin a new, heart-healthy lifestyle to help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Even if you don’t currently have any heart issues, heart health is important for everyone. That is why I’ve assembled some answers to a variety of frequently asked questions about heart disease—learning about your heart health risks and making changes could save your life.

Can stress speed up the aging process? It’s not just about wrinkles. Chronic stress can actually cause your cells—and thus you—to age faster! So if you want to look and feel younger, it’s vital that your get your cortisol levels under control. Read on to find out how chronic stress can lead to premature aging and what you can do to stop it.

Preventing BPH Naturally

While many men are growing mustaches in recognition of prostate health this Movember, how many are making the changes key to the prevention and treatment of prostate health issues? 

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlargement of the prostate gland, is an extremely common condition, typically beginning around age 50. By age 60, most men have some degree of BPH, and by age 85, 90% of men have urinary symptoms related to BPH. The symptoms of BPH include increased urinary frequency, nighttime awakening to empty the bladder, stopping and starting during urination, difficulty starting urination, dribbling after urination ends, recurrent urinary tract infections, and even blood in the urine.


Hot flashes are uncomfortable enough without the added heat of summer weather. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a solution? Something that can help regulate your storming hormones? You’re in luck.

Ginseng is renowned for its ability to improve memory and concentration. But did you know that it is also used as an age-old treatment for the symptoms of menopause? Thanks to the ginsenosides—compounds found in ginseng that also improve brain function and blood flow—this wonder herb is a trusted ally that can help women manage menopause, naturally.


We have an epidemic of chronic illness taking place worldwide, and you or someone you know has probably already been affected. Although cancer, diabetes, and heart disease kill millions of people each year, fortunately there are a number of lifestyle changes you can easily do to help prevent the causes—including oxidative stress, chronic inflammation, and mutagens and carcinogens—of many of these chronic illnesses. Here are some suggestions that will help you make a significant difference in your life and your health.


Living Longer, But Are You Sick and Poor (Part 1)?

We are living longer than previous generations, and most of us would like to believe it’s because we’re stronger and healthier than we have been in the past. It’s true that we have added years to our lives, but we aren’t always healthier. Medical innovations, surgeries, and pharmaceuticals are extending our lives—but in some cases are leaving us sicker for longer.

The High Cost of Chronic Disease

Did you know that men are typically less healthy than women? It’s true. Men die, on average, five years sooner than women born at the same time, and are prone to more health problems throughout their life. Guys, enough is enough. It is time to get back in the game and take control over your health. Being proactive by making some lifestyle changes and using Panax Ginseng will have a huge impact on your overall quality of life and wellbeing.

Stay On Top of Your Game with Panax Ginseng