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Korean Wine of Siberian Ginseng`s Fruit 'Myungjak Ogaya'

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  • Brand Name: Myungjak Ogaja
  • Place of Origin: Korea
  • 375% : 14%



Myungjak Ogaja is a naturally fermented wine from Ogaja (Siberian Ginseng`s Fruit) by Kook Soon Dang`s unique patented brewing technology.

Its distinctive black Siberian Ginseng`s fruit aroma can develop bouquet nuances of cedar, violets, leather, or cigar box and its typically tannic edge may soften and smooth considerably.

Siberian Ginseng is famous for its many health benefits as below. Because its fruit is expensive and precious, it is quite difficult to find and take. And it is known that the fruit is more healthful than its root and branch. So it has called as the Fairy`s hidden fruit.

Eleuthero, which is known in the United States as Siberian ginseng, has been used for centuries in China and Russia. Although a distant relative of American and Asian ginsengs (Panax sp.), with some overlap in its uses, Siberian ginseng is a distinct plant with different active chemical components. Prized for its ability to restore vigor, increase longevity, enhance overall health, and stimulate both a healthy appetite and a good memory, it is widely used in Russia to help the body adapt to stressful conditions and to enhance productivity.

In Chinese medicine, it is valued for its beneficial effects on 'qi' and its ability to treat 'yang' deficiency in the spleen and kidney. Like the panax ginsengs, Siberian ginseng is considered to be an adaptogen, which means that it helps in stressful circumstances and also helps return the body to a normal balance. So, for example, an adaptogen might lower blood pressure in someone who has high blood pressure, but raise it in another person who has low blood pressure. The active ingredients in Siberian ginseng, eleutherosides (similar to ginsenosides in the panax species), are thought to increase stamina and to stimulate the immune system.

Until recently, most scientific research on Siberian ginseng took place in Russia. This research has largely supported its use to maintain health and strengthen the system rather than to treat particular disorders. Siberian ginseng may help the body deal with physically and mentally stressful exposures such as heat, cold, physical exhaustion, viruses, bacteria, chemicals, extreme working conditions, noise, and pollution. By strengthening the system, it may also help prevent illness.

  • Immune System
    A 4-week study in healthy subjects found that those who received Siberian ginseng extract had improvements in a number of measures that reflect the functioning of the immune system.
  • Mental Performance
    A 3-month human study of Siberian ginseng among middle aged volunteers found that there was a significant improvement in memory and concentration as compared to placebo. Another popular but unproven use of Siberian ginseng is to maintain or restore mental alertness.
  • Physical Performance
    Although Siberian ginseng is frequently used to enhance physical stamina and increase muscle strength, studies have shown mixed results for these purposes.
  • Male Fertility
    Siberian ginseng has a long history of folkloric use for male infertility. Animal studies suggest that Siberian ginseng may be helpful in increasing reproductive capacity.
  • Viral Infection
    In a laboratory study, an extract of Siberian ginseng slowed the replication of certain viruses, including influenza A (which causes the flu) as well as human rhinovirus and respiratory syncytial virus (both of which cause symptoms of the common cold). It had no effect, however, in test tubes on adenovirus (another cause of the common cold and other respiratory infections) or herpes simplex virus type 1 (which generally causes oral herpes lesions). But, a 6-month study of 93 people with herpes simplex virus type 2 (which generally causes genital herpes lesions) found that Siberian ginseng reduced frequency, severity, and duration of outbreaks. Talk to your doctor about whether it is safe or appropriate for you to use Siberian ginseng to try to prevent herpes outbreaks.


  • Volume : 75ml, 375ml, 500ml
  • Alcohol(A.B.V) : 14%
  • Package : Glass Bottle
  • Main Ingredient : Ogaja (Siberian Ginseng`s Fruit) from Jeong Seon, Korea

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