Premium-Grade, Grown in Mungyeong Province
[Naemome Herbs] Mungyeong Grown Omija Berries
Omija Berries (also known as Magnolia Berries) have been used for centuries in Korea as medicine.
That's because Omija Berries are packed with antioxidants which reduce free radical buildup in your body. (Free radicals are volatile molecules that injure cells and cause your body to breakdown)
They're also considered an adaptogen - which are natural herbs that support the body's natural ability to deal with stress. The berries help stabilize the levels of stress-associated compounds in the blood - which keep negative effects of stress like fatigue and fogginess at bay.<
Now, the list of health benefits from these berries continue (you can Google it!)
But the best part is its unique taste! When eaten, the berries contains all five flavor profiles: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and pungent (spicy).
Today, we present to you one of Korea's Premium-Grade Omija Berries.
These Omija berries are grown in Mungyeong (a mountainous city located in North Gyeongsang, near the Sobaek mountains). Mungyeong is famous in Korea for producing the best-quality omija. Every year, festivals are held there and many tourists from all-around Korea come to harvest Omija berries.
One sample of these Mungyeong berries and you'll notice the quality - deep dark-red, naturally-dried and pleasantly tart.
If you're interested in trying Korean Omija Tea, this is a great choice!
Note: Schisandra Berries are possibly unsafe when taken during pregnancy - there is some evidence that it might cause the uterus to contract (stay on the safe side and avoid use if you're pregnant).
I absolutely love this drink. The first batch I made I was shocked at how sour and bitter it was. But now I'm used to it and I enjoy it regularly. My parents and I have a small glass every day with breakfast. It gives us an energy boost and helps us have a clear mind. This juice is potent medicine for drowsy low energy days. I always have it chilled in order to retain all the nutrients. It's expensive but it is QUALITY! ok!? Will buy it again soon!
I really enjoyed the taste of this tea as is! The product was packed well and arrived quicker than expected. I will purchase again! :)
If you like cranberry juice, youll love this! Its mostly bitter and sour. It gives you a great boost of energy and vitamins for the day. Will definetly purchase again, i think the price is comparitive to the quality. Dont go cheap on this friends. buy good quality and you wont regret it!
- Premium-Grade Dried Omija Berries (Grown 100% locally in Mungyeong)
- Contains five flavors: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and pungent
- Contains antioxidants to rid body of free radicals; helps boost immunity and metabolize sugar
- Drink it like flavored water (instead of sugary drinks!)
- 1 Bag contains 300 grams
What are Omija Berries?
They are medicinal berries that are grown in the mountainous regions of Korea (400-700m above sea level)
Omija berries are commonly known as "Five-Flavor Berries"
They contain all five basic flavors: salty, sweet, sour, pungent (spicy) and bitter
These medicinal berries are grown 100% locally in Mungyeong Province
(Not imported from China)
• 100% Korean Grown Omija Berries
• Before opening, store in cool, dry place.
• After opening, store in refrigerator (to keep for longer).
HOW TO USE
• Measure 20g (1/4 cup) or 30g (1/3 cup) of dried berries.
• Quickly rinse in water. Then soak in cold 2L of drinking water.
• Place in refrigerator and let it steep for 12 hours
• 2 years beyond packaging date
• Packaging date printed on package
Store in a cool, dry area.
After opening, to keep it for longer - store it in the refrigerator.
Measure 20 grams (1/4 cup) or 30 grams (1/3 cup) of dried berries. Give it a quick rinse under running water. Then place into 2L (8.5 cups) of cold drinking water. Leave in refrigerator to steep for at least 12 hours. Then it's ready to drink. Pour into a cup and drink straight. Or add a few spoonfuls of sugar or honey to sweeten - if you'd like.
You can drink it normally (everyday).
Schisandra is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. There is some evidence that it might cause the uterus to contract, and this might lead to miscarriage. Do not use schisandra during pregnancy. There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking schisandra during breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
The berries are grown 100% locally here in Korea, in Mungyong Province (not imported)
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