Ginseng coffee...have you try this yet?

@qouniq (1968)
Malaysia
February 14, 2007 2:43am CST
Ginseng coffee now become famous in my country...it is actually a coffee mixed with ginseng. ginseng is believe to bring a good health for our body. It is actually is a plant...Originally chinese and japanese peoples use ginseng a lot in their food and drink...have you ever try this ginseng coffee mixed yet?! It's delicious....
7 responses
@carlomeno (1086)
• Italy
14 Feb 07
Never tried this, but it seems very good also for health
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
you should try them...really
• India
14 Feb 07
Pl. add me to message U.
@lkbooi (16100)
• Malaysia
6 Mar 07
I'm a coffee lover but i dare not take too much coffee coz will cause headache. Whenever i smell ginseng coffee i can't resist of taking it again bcoz of its aromatic smell mingled with special ginseng flavor. I then will ask my husband to prepare a cup of it for me :)
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
6 Mar 07
yes, coffee contain caffeine but the smell of ginseng coffee makes you forget about caffeine...
@rekhum (2434)
• India
14 Feb 07
I've never tasted Ginseng coffee.I would like to taste it someday.Ginseng is said to be of great medicinal uses like dyspepsia,vomiting and nervous disorders.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
no at all,..and the coffee taste even more stronger and more delicious....if you want to give it a try...send me message...
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
No, I haven't tried ginseng coffee yet. I have tried korean ginseng tea and ginseng candy though. Maybe ginseng coffee is already available in our country too but it may not be that popular in the market yet. You said it's delicious. Well, I really can't say that with the tea and the candy I have tasted. I would always grimace when I drink the korean ginseng tea, and the smell of the ginseng candy.... whoooooo!!! Why would I take those if I don't like the taste? Someone said that, yes, it is good for the body.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
as i have mentioned in my post, the origin of ginseng is from china and japan,....but for your information the preparation is not always the same. The ginseng used in my country also different with them. I know some of the ginseng gives a smell and yes, some of us wouldn't stand the smell. It is because some chinese and japanese/korean prepared it rawly. But the ginseng coffee which i mentioned here is commercialized ginseng coffee which you wouldn't taste the smell on your coffee...the only you will taste is the coffee is more strong and the the delicious taste of the ginseng.
@shane42 (34)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
I'm a coffee drinker but I haven't tried ginseng coffee. Doesn't it affect the taste of coffee?
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
the coffee taste is still there but it more strong with the ginseng, and believe me after you drink the Tongkat ali (local ginseng of my country) ginseng coffee you will feel want to go to toilet...and how strong the ginseng is you can smell from your urine...this ginseng actually help you to make your blood flow even active/faster and clean up your body.
@secretbear (19463)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
i have never tried this stuff. but many products containing ginseng are rapidly going popular here in our country, from coffee to food supplements. i have lots of officemates who have tried them and some says that they are really effective. my former boss is a dealer of a coffee with ginseng and he's very confident that its effective. but im really hesitant to try since they also said that at first, some reactions could take place like irritation or slight fever.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
as far as i know you wouldn't get any reactions if your body is clean from any toxic...
@samson1967 (7422)
• India
14 Feb 07
Ginseng is a very good natural rejenuvator. I have tasted several times (even the stems) Have you ever thought of marketing various Ginseng products in India.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
we have several type of ginseng product here in my county..if you are interested of trying them send me message then.