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The Korean Red Ginseng Difference

Ginseng’s numerous active ingredients make it one of the most highly sought-after superfoods.
Within the ginseng family, Korean ginseng reigns as the most efficacious,
given its high levels of saponin and non-saponin ingredients not found in other types of ginseng.

Korean Red Ginseng has a wide variety of valuable saponins like Rb1 which can help maintain healthy liver and brain function.
It also has a plentiful supply of non-saponin ingredients, including acidic polysaccharide, which has been shown to be helpful in controlling cholesterol levels.


Celebrated for centuries for its unique properties, Korean Red Ginseng is Asia’s Immunity Booster.
Native to the Korean Peninsula, true ginseng is a slow-growing perennial whose roots must for a full six years, under ideal conditions, in order to achieve optimal efficacy.

Red ginseng is the unique product of the Korean method of ginseng preservation,
the time-consuming process by which the natural health properties of fresh ginseng are best enhanced and extended.

Genuine red ginseng, like a fine wine, is a triumphant blend of art, craft, and science.
We take two years to condition and prepare each field for planting, allow each of our plants to grow for six years in order to reach its optimal state of maturity, and then allow each field to rest a full ten years before replanting.