Benefits of ginseng plus honey for brain& nerves

Mujezat Al Shifa Company in Kuwait produces ginseng plus honey, which contains a group of medicinal herbs that have great benefits to support health and immunity and stimulate fertility.

Ginkgo Leaves (Ginko Biloba):

Ginkgo Benefits Summary:

Improving mental health and mental functions such as memory and social behavior, especially for Alzheimer’s patients, and alleviating symptoms of anxiety, stress and mood problems. Because it is rich in antioxidant flavonoids, and terpenoids that dilate blood vessels and reduce platelet “stickiness”, which helps improve blood circulation, thus activating blood supply to the brain, strengthening memory, and increasing physical and mental activity.

In addition to ginkgo biloba and ginseng used for more than 7000 years as a natural tonic and improver of cognitive functions and overall physical performance, to strengthen the immune system and recover from anxiety and stress.

Here is the main ingredient: the luxurious natural mountain Sidr honey extracted from the nectar of Sider tree, which is distinguished by its unique health and therapeutic properties. Honey strengthens memory and protects the brain from Alzheimer’s and mental and neurological deficiencies.

Honey, especially raw honey, has nutritional and therapeutic properties that make it protect and activate brain and nerve functions and strengthen memory by more than one mechanism, including:

Honey contains anti-inflammatory compounds that protect the brain and nerves from inflammation that lead damaged cells to be phagocytosed by macrophages that get rid of damaged cells.

Honey is rich in antioxidants, the most important of which is for the brain, pinocerberine, which combats oxidative radicals from oxidizing and destroying brain and nerve cells. Also, antioxidants activate the brain to secrete the neurotrophic factor to synthesize and renew nerve receptors, neurons and blood vessels to activate the transmission of nerve messages between them.

Honey inhibits the enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine, which is the primary neurotransmitter for all brain and nerve activities

Honey nourishes the brain with amino acids that enable it to synthesize the sleep hormone melatonin, which protects the brain from the fatigue of insomnia.

Clinical studies on elderly men, published in the Journal of the Association of Chemists in Argentina in 2008, Part 96, as well as a study conducted on elderly women, published in the Journal of the North American Menopause Association in 2011, Part 18, and many other studies, all of which resulted in the benefits of honey as a memory booster, stimulant for brain and nerve functions, and an antidote. For anxiety, insomnia and pain in addition to its nutritional value and being an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial