The word Ginseng comes from the Chinese term “rénshen”, which literally translates into “man root”. It is thought to have been given this name because the root of the plant looks like the legs of a man. In China Ginseng grew wildly in the mountains of Manchuria. Over five thousand years ago, in the mountains of Manchuria, China, Panax ginseng was commonly used for its rejuvenating powers. Ginseng is one of the most popular herbal remedies in the world today to treat tiredness, cognitive dysfunction, loss of concentration, loss of sperm count in men and as an adjunct therapy in Diabetes Mellitus.