Where are the ginseng in your products come from? 

Our ginseng are grown locally from our farm in central Wisconsin since 1909. We have four generations of American Ginseng cultivation experience, so when we say we know ginseng, WE KNOW GINSENG. Our ginseng are cultivated for a minimum of 4 years; more mature the root, higher quality of the root. 


Where are your products made? 

Our ginseng products are made locally here in Wisconsin, USA.


Is Burmeister Ginseng certified organic? 

No. Our ginseng are not certified organic. But our ginseng are cultivated pesticides free, and regularly lab tested.


How do I take Ginseng?

Ginseng root can be consumed in many ways. It can be eaten raw or you can lightly steam it to soften it. Most often ginseng can be purchased in various dried form, whole root, sliced or coarse ground. To which you can seep a small amount in hot water to make a tea, or added to various recipes like soups and stir-frys. Ginseng can also be consumed as a powder, capsuleextract, or you can simple chew on a small piece of the dried root. How much you take depends on the condition you want to improve.


How often should I take American ginseng?

American ginseng are most often taken about 1–2 grams of ginseng root (in the forms of powder, tea or capsules) or 200–400mg of extract are suggested. It’s best to start with lower amount and increase over time.

American ginseng is cooler in nature and less stimulating, thus, making it ideal for today’s busy, fast-paced, stressful lifestyles. It is better suited for younger, middle-aged individuals, and can be used daily and long term.


How long does it take to feel the effects of Ginseng? 

Ginseng doesn't need to build up in your body for you to feel its effect. It could take as little as under an hours or up to 48 hours to notice a difference in how you're feeling.


Should one take ginseng in the morning or at night?

Since both American and Asian ginseng can be stimulating (American ginseng is less stimulating by comparison), which can boost physical and mental energy, it may cause sleep issues for some individuals. Thus, it would be preferable to take ginseng earlier during the day.


Is ginseng safe to take for everyone?

While ginseng appears to be safe in general, people taking certain medications should pay attention to possible drug interactions. If you're pregnant, breastfeeding, or have other medical conditions, please consult your health care provider for more information.




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