Korean Ginseng

Ginseng is found mainly in eastern Asia (mostly Korea, northeast China and Japan), typically in cooler climates. The roots have been valued in Asia for more than 4000 years. Ginseng contains dozens of active substances, among them: triterpenoid saponins, panaxoasides / qinsenosides. It is rich in Vitamin C,B1, B2,B12,E, minerals and other health supporting substances. Ginseng prolonges cell life, rejuvenates, regenerates and reduces wrinkles. The name come from Chinese: “rénshēn” meaning “man-root” due to its multilimbed, manlike shape.