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SAFFLOWER OIL

Safflower oil is a popular cooking oil that comes from the seeds of the safflower plant. Some research suggests it may have some health benefits when people use it in the diet and on the skin.


Safflower oil may be a more healthful option than olive oil when cooking at high temperatures, thanks to its high smoke point and neutral flavor.

In this article, we list the top health benefits of safflower oil. We also discuss the effects of safflower oil on weight loss.


GINSENG

Ginseng has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.


This slow-growing, short plant with fleshy roots can be classified in three ways, depending on how long it is grown: fresh, white, or red. Fresh ginseng is harvested before 4 years, while white ginseng is harvested between 4–6 years and red ginseng is harvested after 6 or more years.


There are many types of this herb, but the most popular are American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) and Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng). American and Asian ginseng vary in their concentration of active compounds and effects on the body. It is believed that American ginseng works as a relaxing agent, whereas the Asian variety has an invigorating effect.


Ginseng contains two significant compounds: ginsenosides and gintonin. These compounds complement one another to provide health benefits.


CHITOSAN

Chitosan is a sugar that is obtained from the hard outer skeleton of shellfish, including crab, lobster, and shrimp. It is used for medicine.

Chitosan is used to treat obesity, high cholesterol, and Crohn's disease. It is also used to treat complications that kidney failure patients on dialysis often face, including high cholesterol, “tired blood” (anemia), loss of strength and appetite, and trouble sleeping (insomnia).

Some people apply chitosan directly to their gums to treat the inflammation that can lead to tooth loss (periodontitis), or chew gum that contains chitosan to prevent “cavities” (dental caries). To help “donor tissue” rebuild itself, plastic surgeons sometimes apply chitosan directly to places from which they have taken tissue to be used elsewhere.



LECITHIN

Lecithin describes a substance that is naturally found in the tissues of your body. It has made up of fatty acids, and it has a variety of commercial and medical uses. Lecithin works as an emulsifier, meaning it suspends fats and oils and keeps them from mixing with other substances. Lecithin supplements can be purchased to help treat high cholesterol, as a breastfeeding aid, and to treat ulcerative colitis, among other things.




Contents: 1 capsule(510mg)

4 capsules a day


Ingredients: Safflower Oil, Ginseng Extract Powder, Vegetable oil / Gelatin containing Vitamin E, Chitosan (derived from crab), glycerin, lecithin (derived from soybean), glycerin fatty acid ester, beeswax, Vitamin C


Nutritional Facts: Energy – 17.9kcal

Protein – 1.07g

Fat – 1.25g

Carbohydrate – 0.6g

Salt Equivalent – 0.0009g

Vitamin C – 58.14mg

Vitamin E – 4.47mg


Handling Precautions:

● Consume as soon as possible after opening. If it does not fit the quality, please stop using it. ● Please check the ingredients and refrain from using them if you have food allergies. ● Because we use plant-derived ingredients, there may be some color variations, but there is no problem with the quality. ● This product does not cure illness or improve health by ingesting a large amount. Please follow the recommended daily intake. ● Unlike foods for specified health uses, this product has not been individually examined by the Commissioner of the Consumer Affairs Agency.

* Pig-derived capsules are used.

* Ingredients for allergies: crab, gelatin, soybeans

* Not for a pregnant woman

* 18 and above can take the capsules



How to take:

As a nutritionally functional food, take 4 capsules a day with water as a guide. Please follow the recommended daily intake.

take 30 mins before meal


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