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Embrace Respiratory Wellness: A Journey Through Seasonal Changes with Bellflower Roots!

Embrace Respiratory Wellness: A Journey Through Seasonal Changes with Bellflower Roots!

These days, many people are complaining about respiratory symptoms, especially during the transitional seasons. Coughing, increased phlegm, or worsening existing respiratory issues are quite common. Bellflower root, known as Doraji in Korean, is recommended as an effective food to alleviate respiratory symptoms and promote lung health during seasons with significant temperature fluctuations. There's even a saying, "Old bellflower roots are better than ginseng," highlighting its status as a health-boosting ingredient. Let's delve into the beneficial components and characteristics of bellflower roots for respiratory health.

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Key Components of Bellflower Roots: Saponin for Respiratory Care

Bellflower, with its large and beautiful flowers, is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows in East Asia. It is rich in fiber, calcium, iron, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. One of the key components of bellflower roots is 'saponin,' known for its positive effects on respiratory and lung health. Saponin activates the secretion function of the respiratory system, helping to reduce phlegm. Due to these effects, bellflower roots have become a representative herbal remedy for respiratory diseases.

 

The Bitter Taste of Bellflower Roots: Activating Smooth Muscle of the Respiratory Tract

Bellflower roots are characterized by a slightly bitter taste. The main components causing this bitterness are alkaloids and saponins. This bitterness, combined with saponins, activates the smooth muscles of the respiratory tract, aiding in the expulsion of phlegm and improving inflammation. Regular consumption of bellflower roots can contribute significantly to respiratory and lung health.

 

Introduction to Cheonho Mountain Farm: Where Tradition Meets Nature

The bellflower roots used to make bellflower root tea come from Cheonho Mountain. Situated in the Chungnam region, Cheonho Mountain provides an ideal environment for bellflower growth, with its rich soil and clean air. Here, the roots are carefully selected by hand, free from pesticides, following the traditional farming methods passed down through three generations.

 

Bellflower Root Tea Production Method: Capturing the Purity of Cheonho Mountain

The production of bellflower root tea involves several essential steps:

  • Selection of Raw Materials: The Cheonho Mountain farm selects bellflower roots aged three years or more. Pesticide-free and handpicked, each root undergoes a meticulous process, ensuring that only naturally grown bellflowers are chosen.
  • Low-Temperature Concentration Process: The selected bellflower roots go through a low-temperature concentration process to preserve their nutritional content. This method retains the rich components of bellflower roots, providing a tea with high efficacy.
  • Abundance of Saponins: The abundance of 'saponins' in bellflower roots is a key factor in promoting respiratory and lung health. The low-temperature concentration ensures the preservation of saponins, enhancing the efficacy of bellflower root tea.

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Embrace the Seasons with Bellflower Root Tea!

During transitional seasons, embrace the goodness of bellflower root tea to safeguard your health. Cultivate a delightful habit of enjoying both flavor and health benefits with bellflower root tea. Explore the full potential of bellflower roots to create a healthy lifestyle. Care for your respiratory health with bellflower root tea and enjoy a season of well-being and happiness!

 

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