Ginseng is an ancient medicinal herb that has been used for a variety of health promoting purposes. It is titled as the “King of Herbs” in Compendium of Materia Medica (Bencao Gangmu), a traditional Chinese medicine encyclopedia. Chinese people have used ginseng as a tonic medicinal agent to help promote longevity, treat cold and flus, boost immunity.
Ginseng is a popular energy booster worldwide, and it is safe and effective against physical and psychological fatigue. People take ginseng to refresh their mind and body and keep all-day energy for better quality of life in a fast-paced workspace. In addition to this use, ginseng has been found to potentially help with high blood sugar levels, erectile dysfunction, cancer prevention and treatment, and other conditions.
Canada is one of the biggest ginseng producers with about 150 family-owned farms in the province Ontario, where thousands of acres of forest are ideally suited to ginseng cultivation. Although Canada is famous for its ginseng production, there were no native world-known ginseng supplement brands. However, the thing has changed in recent years when Redsenol, a game-changing ginseng supplement brand, expanded its presence over the country.
Redsenol is a licensed natural health product featuring multicomponent rare ginsenosides. Ginsenosides are the main pharmacologically active compounds and contribute to a series of health benefits of ginseng. The naturally occurring ginsenosides in ginseng are large-molecule compounds with poor bioactivity and absorption. In the contrast, rare ginsenosides are those hardly found in fresh ginseng and they can be transformed or metabolized from natural occurring ginsenosides through unique processing like heating and steaming, and exhibit stronger bioactivity and absorption.
The mass preparation of rare ginsenosides involves proprietary technologies. Many ginseng supplement manufacturers lack rare ginsenoside preparation technologies, which is why most ginseng supplements in the market contain only 5%-10% total ginsenosides, and even Korean red ginseng products known for their high content of ginsenosides are found to contain low amounts of rare ginsenosides.
As a game-changing ginseng brand, Redsenol highlights its multiple highly active rare ginsenosides. Redsenol-1 capsules contains sixteen highly active rare ginsenosides, among which eight super highly bioactive kinds are selected to be the main ingredients for Redsenol Dag sublingual pills. Different rare ginsenoside monomers have different pharmacological activity and they can work synergistically to achieve multiple health benefits.
In addition to the top variety of rare ginsenoside monomers, Redsenol is outstanding for its high concentration of rare ginsenosides. Redsenol-1 features 20% rare ginsenosides, far higher than its counterparts. Unlike some ginseng supplements containing many additives and fillers, Redsenol contains high amounts of rare ginsenosides as medicinal ingredients to ensure high potency for substantial effects.
Thanks to quality above and beyond the industry standards, Redsenol has gained popularity and earned brand trust among customers and seen great growth in the North American and Asian Markets. In Canada, Redsenol is on shelves in many pharmacies or health food chain stores in major cities such as Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto, and Calgary, and it has grown to become a leading ginseng supplement brand in Canada.
In this year, the company launched a clinical trial investigating the effects of Redsenol on cancer-related fatigue among cancer patients. Redsenol containing 20% rare ginsenosides is expected to achieve groundbreaking results in the coming clinical trial.
About Canada Royal Enoch Phytomedicine Ltd. & Redsenol
Canada Royal Enoch Phytomedicine Ltd. is a biotech enterprise group mainly engaged in the research, production and sales of natural plant-based products. Redsenol® by Canada Royal Enoch Phytomedicine Ltd. is a top ginseng brand featuring multicomponent rare ginsenosides in high concentration. The core technologies owed by the company in rare ginsenoside extraction, processing, transformation, and formulation enable the preparation of easily absorbable rare ginsenosides in large amounts.