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Meet our herbs.

Our research-backed herbs are handpicked by Licensed Herbalists and blended at daily recommended amount.

2. Poria Cocos

(from several mountains in Korea)

A type of dried mushroom. Poria Cocos enhances immune system and cognitive function(2) for sharper afternoon.

5. Acacia Honey

(Youngdong, Korea)

Acacia honey boosts immune system as it possesses hydrogen peroxide naturally, which is a powerful antibacterial component. It also contains compounds called flavonoids and phenolics that act as antioxidants.

4. Jujube

(from Kyungsan, Korea)

Dried fruit. Jujube alleviates stress and has calming effect(4), making it a perfect ingredient for quality, deep sleep at night.

1. Red Ginseng

(from Korea, 6-year-grown)

Red Ginseng’s main component, Ginsenoside, increases our fundamental energy source Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), based on research(1). Korean FDA has officially recognized that Red Ginseng may help fight fatigue and increase immunity.

3. Rehmannia Root

(from Geumsan, Korea)

Rehmannia Root strengthens immune system(3). Its main constituent B-sitosterol is known to enhance immunity and helps blood circulation.

References

(1) Li XT, Chen R, Jin LM, Chen HY. Regulation on energy metabolism and protection on mitochondria of Panax ginseng polysaccharide. Am J Chin Med.

(2) Oh, M.H. & Houghton, Peter & Whang, Wan & Cho, J.H.. (2004). Screening of Korean herbal medicines used to improve cognitive function for anti-cholinesterase activity.

(3) Baek, Gui-Hyun, et al. “Rehmannia Glutinosa Suppresses Inflammatory Responses Elicited by Advanced Glycation End Products.” Inflammation, vol. 35, no. 4, 2012, pp. 1232–1241.

(4) Mill Goetz P. “Demonstration of the psychotropic effect of mother tincture of Zizyphu sjujuba” Phytotherapie 2009 7:1 (31-36)

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