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    murf67 posted:
    Hello, im trying to find out about an article I read that states American ginseng helps control type 2 diabeties. Has anyone heard about this?
     
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    illinoislady responded:
    I also did hear or read something about that, so I have started to incorperate more ginseng in my diet. Not sure if it is American or not. I buy in bulk dried or the fresh root and there are not labels on either. Fresh grated is great in a smoothie or added to steamed or roasted fresh veggies.
     
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    flutetooter replied to illinoislady's response:
    Are you sure you are not buying GINGER, not ginseng? That is the root I can buy in the grocery store and grate.
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