Fermented Red Ginseng Consentrate Superior CK

$77.00 USD

The price of this product is for retail customers. Wholesales customers, such as bulk purchases, can get even more special discounts.

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Type: GinSeng
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Categories: Red GinSeng
  1. Those who need Compound
      - Those who do not feel the effect even after taking regular red ginseng
      - Those who want a high absorption rate of red ginseng ingredients by ingesting a high content of Compound K
      - Office workers exhausted from life due to fatigue and stress
   2. Red ginseng ingredient (Compound K) intake of the product   Compound K = 12.0mg (per 3g daily intake)
   3. Contains fermented wild ginseng mixed concentrate (fermented red ginseng (including Compound K) + fermented wild ginseng (L-carnitine))
      Fermented red ginseng: Enables absorption of saponins without the process of decomposing saponins by intestinal microorganisms (maximizing  
      saponin absorption rate / 15.5 times or more compared to general red ginseng)
      Compound K: The saponin of red ginseng is converted from a high molecular polysaccharide to a low molecular weight form that can be absorbed by 
      the body through the metabolic process of intestinal microbes.  The final metabolite of saponin
      Fermented wild ginseng: Wild ginseng itself has a saponin content 2-3 times higher than that of ginseng, and the total saponin content is increased 
      through fermentation.  (Fermented wild ginseng on the 7th day: 67% higher saponin content than unfermented wild ginseng)
      L-Carnitine: A type of amino acid that reduces body fat, reduces fatigue, and exhibits antioxidant effects (non-fermented wild ginseng is not detected, 
      produced and increased through fermentation)
   4. Red ginseng concentrate itself, without adding any additives, pursuing the original taste of red ginseng, a product that is faithful to the basics and 
      adds fermentation technology
   5. Fermented red ginseng (Compound K) fermented through enzymes tends to have a stronger bitter or astringent taste compared to general red 
      ginseng, but it has excellent flavor.
      A product that combines general red ginseng with fermented red ginseng in the optimal ratio to provide a high absorption rate and satisfaction when