| || Korean Ginseng -- 648 mg |
In order to distinguish it from other countires, Korean ginseng is specifically called "Koryo InSaam 고려 인삼", named after the ancient kingdom Koryo from which the nation's English name "Korea" is derived.
Ginseng grown in the wild, deep in the mountains, is known as Saan-Saam(산삼, mountain ginseng). Read More...
| || Cranberry Fruit |
I never had a bladder/urinary tract infection in my life, but when I suddenly woke up with one 4 yrs ago at age 35, I knew what to do. A friend had told me about her symptoms and how she used cranberry supplements and juice to get better faster results and prevent them. I had also read about that treatment, so ran to the store and got a bottle of these right away hoping to prevent a trip to the doctor. Read More...
| || Echinacea |
My mom has been giving me this ever since I could remember. When I was younger, I always got sick every year since my immune system was always so low. (I was a complicated pregnancy and needed lots of antibiotics and all kinds of stuff). So, after some research, my mom gave me these. I still take them to this day to fight off my yearly sicknesses around winter. Read More...