Regardless of the Korean dish you choose, always keep in mind that taking herbal foods as your daily medicine will bring out your inner glow and you will remain as fit and healthy as you wish.
Now that you are aware of what Korean herbs can do for you, this is perhaps the right time to start experimenting with the super-herbs such as Ginger, Cinnamon, Licorice root, Ginseng, Puerariae, dried clementine, and atractylodis. Ginger, for instance, is known to boost energy levels and even purify and harmonizes the blood. Ginger can also be effective in the treatment of nausea and morning sickness. Regular consumption of Ginger can help alleviate soreness and muscle pains in the body.
Cinnamon is another super herb that can be experimented with; it's rich in antioxidants, and it offers great protection for the heart. Cinnamon is an effective herb for lowering the risks of diabetes, It helps fight infections and diseases, and boost immunity. Licorice root is very effective in providing soothing relief for gastro-Intestinal problems, It provides relief against heartburn and stomach ulcers and also helps in fighting food poisoning. Ginseng can be used to improve your mood while reducing stress; it can also help to speed up weight loss and in the treatment of sexual dysfunction.
The Puerariae flower is used to promote skin health, strengthen the bones and also alleviate symptoms of menopause. Dried clementine are very rich in nutrients, most especially minerals such as Calcium, potassium, and magnesium, which help to boost immunity, strengthen the brain, make the skin glow, and strengthen the bones and muscles. Atractylodis is prominently used in fighting indigestion, diarrhea and bloating. It is also helpful as a weight loss' natural aid.
There is no better time than now to start using Korean herbs to make your tea and boost your general health.