Korean Red Ginseng G20 – Good Grade represents ~10% of all Korean Red Ginseng.
What are the Grades of Korean Red Ginseng Roots?
Korean Red Ginseng Roots are chosen by Ginseng Masters based on the structure of the root, its ginsenosides capacity, shape, color and other factors. Based on these factors, ginseng roots are categorized into four categories:
- Heaven-Grade Ginseng – amounts to 0.5% of all Korean Red Ginseng roots that are harvested every year
- Earth-Grade – approximately 2% of all harvested Korean ginseng
- Good-Grade Korean Red Ginseng Roots – 10% of all Korean ginseng
- Cut Grade – represent a body part of Korean Red Ginseng
What are the Benefits of Korean Red Ginseng Roots?
Korean Red Ginseng, also known as Panax ginseng (from Greek “all-healing”). Korean Red Ginseng contains ginsenosides – saponins, that can not be found in any other plant. There is a number of Benefits that Korean red Ginseng brings to the table:
- Immunity Boost
- Supports Cognitive Function
- Promotes Blood Circulation
- Increases Antioxidant Activities
- Promotes Memory Function
- Helps Relieve Fatigue & Boost Stamina
- Beneficial for Skincare
How Korean Red Ginseng Roots are Graded?
Korean Red Ginseng Roots are graded by the Ginseng Masters. They take a number of factors into account:
- The proportion of the body, legs and head of the Korean Red Ginseng Root
- The density of tissues inside the root – the higher the density, the more active ingredients it contains (the most important factor)
- Color of Korean Red Ginseng roots
How to Make Korean Red Ginseng Roots?
- Place Korean Red Ginseng Root in approximately 0.9 liter of water and let is stand for about 30 minutes
- Slowly boil the ginseng root on a mild heater for about two hours until the water is reduced to about one-third of the original amount
- Please note, ginsenosides inside the red ginseng are easily destroyed in hot temperatures (over 90℃). Don’t allow the water to get too hot.
How to Store Korean Red Ginseng Roots?
Store in a dry and cool place. Once open, seal and keep refrigerated as storing the product in hot and humid places may gather mold.
How to Take Korean Red Ginseng?
- Drink 90 to 100ml of the lukewarm mixture one to three times a day.
- Long-term use of the mixture on a regular basis will increase the efficacy of taking red ginseng.
- For children under 15 years old, reduce the dosage to one-half and for children under 10, reduce the dosage to one-third.
Reduce the dosage when symptoms such as fever, skin irritation, indigestion, or chest problems occur. Should these symptoms continue in spite of the reduction in dosage, stop taking the ginseng or consult an Oriental doctor before continuing to drink the ginseng.