ren shen

ren shen (r),

n Latin name: Radix ginseng; part used: root; uses: physical and mental capacities, liver disease, coughs, antipyretic, tuberculosis, antirheumatic, morning sickness, hypothermia, dyspnea, nervous disorders, impotence, prevention of hepatotoxicity, gastrointestinal disorders such as ulcers and gastritis; precautions: diabetes; can cause nervousness, hypertension, diarrhea, irritability, insomnia, and skin eruptions. Also called
chosen ninjin, ginseng, ginsengwurzel, hakusan, hakushan, higeninjin, hongshen, hungseng, hungshen, hunseng, jenseng, jenshen, jinpi, kao-li-seng, korean ginseng, minjin, nhan sam, ninjin, ninzin, niuhuan, oriental ginseng, otane ninjin, renshen, san-pi, shanshen, sheng-sai-seng, shenshaishanshen, shengshaishen, t'ang-seng, tyosenninzin, yakuyo ninjin, yakuyo ninzin, yehshan-seng, yuan-seng, and yuanshen.

Ren Shen

see ginseng.
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