Korean Ginseng Drink
Korean Ginseng is one of the most popular herbal medicine in the world. They are known to treat fatigue, lower blood sugar levels, enhance sexual behavior and boost the immune system. According to NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), Ginseng could prevent and treat influenza, raspatory virus, and even show the improvement of human lung condition after the influenza virus impact.
So, what is the difference between Red ginseng and White ginseng?
Red ginseng went through the repeated process of steaming and drying which turns the color to red -brown. Traditionally it was done to preserve the ginseng longer but nowadays, it is to raise certain types of ginsenosides for different benefits. Red ginseng is more warming and energizing, and white ginseng considered to have more cooling and calming effects. This special ginseng energy drink comes with edible whole ginseng inside each bottle.
Damizle Ginseng Honey Jujube Tea comes in a convenient extract stick. Since we already talked about ginseng above, let’s focus on Jujube and honey here. You can easily increase the benefit of nutrition by pairing the right food (ingredients) to go with. Ginseng, Jujube with honey together can help with digestion discomfort, flu prevention, and raspatory system improvement. If you have insomnia from the stress – try this tea in a warm temperature before bedtime. It’s sweet and gentle aroma is known to boost serotonin level which reduces stress and will help you to get a night of better sleep.
SanghwaCha (or SanghwaTang) is to bring the right balance and harmony to your body. As a common remedy for fatigue and cold sweats from flu, SSanghwacha’s name refers to energy from yin & yang and harmony. This drink has deep brown color from long hours of brewing with a hint of bittersweet flavor. It’s very effective if you are feeling weak during a change of season, and perfect for boosting the immune system.
Whal Myung Su is a carbonated herb drink. Its manufacturing started in 1897, and It is a very first Korean medication to collaborate with western medicine which developed for the Last King of Chosun dynasty at the time. Ever since then, Whal Myung Su became the most common staple for many Korean households to treat overeating, indigestion, and stomachs.