My Panax Ginseng Releases Premium Red Ginseng Product

MyPanaxGinseng have launched their premium red ginseng product just in time for the winter colds and flu season.

Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea - November 9, 2018 / / —

MyPanaxGinseng have launched a new range of high-quality premium red ginseng products via their online store.

The brand source their Panax Ginseng from the Sobaek Farm in PoongGi, Korea. Over the course of their 30 years of operation, the farm has established a reputation for producing high-quality ginseng products, thanks to a humid environment and fertile land. All products are grown and packaged on-site in Korea, and are now available for worldwide sale via MyPanaxGinseng.

MyPanaxGinseng has chosen to work with the Sobaek Farm for a number of reasons, including their commitment to producing high-quality products, their family-based enterprise, and their particular focus on employee health and well-being. MyPanaxGinseng believe that these factors combine to create a high-quality product that offers significant benefits to customers across the globe.

Panax ginseng has long been known for its potential health benefits. The plant, which has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for centuries, has experienced a surge in popularity in western cultures over recent years. Panax Ginseng has been associated with the ability to help with the management of a variety of health conditions, including weight management and blood sugar control. Furthermore, studies have found that Panax Ginseng helps to promote a healthy immune system, which will be of particular note to prospective customers in the northern hemisphere as they enter another cold-and-flu winter season.

MyPanaxGinseng’s new range of products across a variety of different forms. Red ginseng is available as a whole root, extract, in powder form, as slices, and compressed into ‘pill’ form. In addition to the foundation range, they also offer Sobaek Korean red ginseng premium extract, which is made from six-year-old PoongGi ginseng, is 100% pure and benefits from a long extraction process.

In addition to the online store, MyPanaxGinseng have ensured their website is as informative as possible, featuring numerous articles detailing the usage of ginseng, links to scientific studies regarding its efficacy, and a specific focus on how ginseng can be used to alleviate a range of health conditions. This information should ensure that any customer considering the purchase of red ginseng for the first time is able to make an educated choice.

The new red ginseng range is available on MyPanaxGinseng.com now, with global shipping options available.


Press release contact information

Name: Dan Salcumbe
Email: info@mypanaxginseng.com
Address: 453 Sanbeop-ri Punggi-eup Yeongju-si Gyeongsangbuk-do South Korea
Telephone: 020 8133 7725
Website: www.mypanaxginseng.com

Contact Info:
Name: Dan Salcumbe
Organization: MyPanaxGinseng
Address: 453 Sanbeop-ri Punggi-eup Yeongju-si Gyeongsangbuk-do South Korea
Phone: 020 8133 7725

For more information, please visit https://www.mypanaxginseng.com/

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Release ID: 440551

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