Black ginseng is richer in antioxidants than any other type of ginseng.
Red ginseng saponins are mainly water-soluble and only 30% fat-soluble, while over 90% of black ginseng saponins are fat-soluble, which means that black ginseng is more easily absorbed by the human body. Unlike red ginseng, black ginseng has no "dry and hot" characteristics and can be consumed by most people (even those with colds or flu) all year round.
Here are some of its multiple health benefits:
- Improves the function of the immune system.
- Relieves the symptoms of new flu virus infections.
- Relieves the discomfort associated with hyperglycemia, diabetes and hyperlipidemia.
- Relieves the symptoms of hay fever and skin allergies.
- Stops the spread of malignant cancer cells; treats chronic diseases
- Reduces drug resistance
- Improve recovery after surgery
- Detoxifies the liver and kidneys; nourishes the brain