Red ginseng is growing in popularity as a booster to the covid-19 immune system
The world has been shaken by the spread of new covid-19 infections since the start of 2020.
The new covid-19, suspected to be from wild animals, mutates continuously,
unlike the covid-19 which causes a cold, and penetrates deep into the pulmonary tract,
causing severe respiratory illness.
The reason the new covid-19 is frightening is that there is no therapeutic agent or vaccine at the moment.
It is a great challenge to develop a vaccine for the new covid-19 because it is a nucleic acid virus with various strains.
Under these circumstances, foods that help strengthen the immune system are gaining popularity in China and Korea,
and red ginseng is one of the most popular products.
Red Ginseng is a steamed, dried ginseng and has been the most popular health-enhancing food in Korea and China.
. Many Koreans like to eat red ginseng as an antioxidant health food that helps strengthen the immune system.
The effectiveness of red ginseng has been found in various scientific studies.
The Ministry of Food and Drug Administration, a Korean government agency,
recognized the functional effects of red ginseng on improving immunity and eliminating fatigue.
Red ginseng has been shown to be particularly effective in preventing colds, including the flu.
In 2004, Dr. Hitoshi Kaneko of the University of Nagoya, in Japan, and his team of researchers,
have demonstrated the mysterious effectiveness of red ginseng by conducting a study on approximately 12,000 patients.
The results of his study showed that only 1.4% of those who ate red ginseng got a cold,
compared to 4.9% of those who did not eat it
Those who consumed red ginseng recovered quickly even when they caught a cold.
Other studies have found that consuming red ginseng hampers the onset of acute respiratory disease
and improves their symptoms.
According to an article published in 2012 by Professor Lee Chang-seop of Jeonbuk National University Medical School,
a study of a hundred adults on the preventive effects of red ginseng on acute respiratory diseases
Red Ginseng Reduces Respiratory Disease Epidemic About 50 Percent
and improved symptoms such as cough and stuffy nose.
In addition, a 2012 study by Kang Sang-moo, professor of immunology at Georgia State University in the United States,
compared the survival rates of people infected with the new flu virus.
The results of the study showed that a mixture of a vaccine and red ginseng resulted in a 100% survival rate,
but the use of a vaccine alone has shown a survival rate of 60% in humans and 40% in mice.
Red ginseng has been shown to boost the immune system, especially against viruses.
“There are a lot of people who are looking for red ginseng to help boost immunity in the absence of vaccines or treatments”,
said an official of a food supplement company.
“When choosing a product with red ginseng, it is advisable to buy products from reliable brands with high ginseng content.”
Here we offer extracts of locally grown six-year-old red ginseng.
We use our “newly melted concentrate system”, the very first choice, to make red ginseng concentrate.
It is recognized as a functional health food that can help with anti-oxidation,
to blood circulation through inhibition of platelet aggregation, recovery from fatigue and boosting immunity.