Fermented Red Korean Ginseng: A Natural Remedy for Almost Everything that Ails You

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Fermented Red Korean Ginseng: A Natural Remedy for Almost Everything that Ails You

Red Korean Ginseng has been an important herbal remedy in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years, where it has generally been used to treat weakness and fatigue.  Its powerful effects have also attracted the interest of modern scientists, making it the most highly researched type of ginseng.  Research shows that Red Korean Ginseng helps with a wide variety of problems, including improving sexual arousal, performance and satisfaction; strengthening the immune system, reducing viral and bacterial infections; effectively relieving fatigue and other issues associated with menopause; relieving stress; balancing hormone levels; and even preventing some types of cancer.

Red Korean Ginseng delivers an all-natural solution to any dysfunction, helping men to get sexually aroused.  In one scientific study with men with ere-le dysfunction, taking Red Korean Ginseng improved their er-le function, sexual desire and intercourse satisfaction.

But Red Korean Ginseng is not just for men.  It is also recommended for post-menopausal women who suffer from fatigue, depression, and/or insomnia caused by hormonal imbalances.  Taking Red Korean Ginseng has been shown to increase blood flow, which among other things, reduces blood pressure and increases energy.

Numerous other studies have shown that Red Korean Ginseng stimulates the immune system to protect the body from the flu and other viruses.  A study of healthy people showed that taking Red Korean Ginseng daily can improve how well the flu vaccine works and reduces a person’s risk of catching a cold.

Red Korean Ginseng also has anti-cancer effects.  In a scientific study with people over the age of 40, the risk of cancer was shown to be lower in those who take ginseng.

All of these powerful effects come from chemicals called ginsenosides found in the Red Korean Ginseng.  Ginsenosides, however, are absorbed only after being broken down by microorganisms residing in the intestine.  Absorption of ginsenosides can be greatly enhanced by taking fermented ginseng instead of regular ginseng.  Fermenting ginseng concentrates the ginsenoside compounds and makes the ginsenosides more easily absorbed from the intestines thus maximizing the benefits of ginseng.  Fermenting ginseng actually increases its potency.  Our patented methods for fermenting and activating ginsenoside results in a product that is an industry benchmark. 

Fermented Ginseng posses all of the properties that are found in Red Korean Ginseng, but it even has more benefits.  Many active ingredients that are present in plants are linked to sugars as like polymers resulting in big size and inefficient absorption into our bodies.  During fermentation, bifidobacterium breakdown these sugars and their energy source which results in smaller size, easier absorption, higher biological effects, and becomes less toxic.  The process of fermentation increases absorption, reduces toxins, and also increases antioxidants and anti-aging properties. 

Bifidobacterium is used in Fermented Ginseng due to its many benefits.  This includes prevention of diarrhea and constipation, reduction of serum cholesterol, improvement of lactose intolerance, digestion, anti –tumor properties, tamin synthesis of B2, B6 and B12, and the suppression of pathogens. 

Fermented Red Korean Ginseng is one of the most powerful defenses against whatever life throws at you.  Wholeherbal.com is the only site that Red Fermented Ginseng can be found.  Order from us (Product ID: 133) to get this high quality supplement at an affordable price, which is hard to find.

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