Red Ginseng (HRG80™) Energy (Capsules)
HRG80 red ginseng, specially grown using ultra-clean, pesticide free cultivation powerfully helps with stress and all-day energy.* MSRP $38.95
Item: Red Ginseng (HRG80™) Energy
Brand: Terry Naturally®
Product Quantity: 30 Capsules
Recommendations: Take 1 capsule daily. May increase to 1 capsule twice daily. Results improve with continued use.
Other Forms: This product is also available as Chewable Tablets.
HRG80 Red Ginseng Energy from the Terry Naturally® brand of supplements features HRG80 red ginseng, specially grown using ultra-clean, pesticide free cultivation that makes it safe, reliable, and increases the amount of valuable compounds called noble ginsenosides. The result is a more powerful red ginseng that helps you stay resilient in the face of stress and feel energized all day long.*
- Mental and physical energy
- Resilience during stress
- Mindful focus and concentration
- Stamina and endurance
- Healthy cortisol, serotonin, and GABA levels*
The HRG80 Ginseng Difference
HRG80 red ginseng is different than conventionally cultivated ginseng. It is hydroponically grown and carefully tended in ideal, ultra-clean conditions without pesticides, toxins, or exposure to harsh solvents.
Better Grown and Cultivated, Better Healthy Results
- Delivers 7X more rare, noble ginsenosides than conventional ginseng for maximum benefits
- Noble ginsenosides are shown to be 17 times better absorbed than classic ginsenosides†
- Whole root red ginseng for full spectrum action
- Ultra-clean: grown without pesticides
† Compared to classic ginsenosides in an in-vitro scientific (Caco-2) study.
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|Item||Amt per Serving||%DV|
|Korean Red Ginseng||200 mg||**|
|(Panax ginseng) Root Powder (HRG80™) containing rare, noble ginsenosides|
** Daily Value (DV) not established.
Percent daily values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Other Ingredients: cellulose powder, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (vegetable cellulose capsules), silica, magnesium stearate (vegetable source).
Contains No: xsugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring, artificial preservatives.x
Terry Naturally brand products contain natural and other premium ingredients.
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I've heard that ginseng is susceptible to picking up toxins or pesticides through its roots. Is this something I need to worry about with your product?
No. The HRG80™ ginseng that we feature in our red ginseng supplements is hydroponically grown in ultra-clean conditions. Because the ginseng roots are carefully cultivated and provided with optimal growing conditions without the need for pesticides or exposure to soil-borne toxins, the plant thrives and produces the beneficial compounds we look for that make a good supplement. Those compounds include noble ginsenosides, which are rare in conventionally grown ginseng roots.
How absorbable are the compounds from ginseng?
That depends on the quality of the ginseng, an individuals' level of healthy gut bacteria, and the quantity of compounds in the ginseng that you start with.
Much of the conventionally grown ginseng contains what are known as classic or common ginsenosides. These are converted in the gut into noble ginsenosides, which are more easily absorbed in the intestines and used by the body. However, the conversion rate may be slow and cumbersome in the digestive system, and doesn't guarantee that you'll see any energizing benefits from the botanical.
HRG80 ginseng, by comparison, is grown in such a way that it already has more noble ginsenosides in the roots — 7 times more than a leading, conventionally grown ginseng supplement, in fact. A Caco-2 study found that the ginsenosides in HRG80 were 17 times more absorbable than a leading European ginseng supplement.
The traditional Korean steaming process helps ginsenosides become more absorbed or bioavailable as well, but starting off with a higher level of rare, noble ginsenosides makes good sense if you want to see results.*
Will ginseng make me jittery?
Our HRG80 Red Ginseng Energy supplement helps you feel more energized by helping you feel more resilient to stress. After all, stress is exhausting. But although stressful days can make you tired, they don't make you more relaxed. Because ginseng has adaptogenic qualities, stresses won't seem so demanding. You may find that not only do you feel more energized during the day, you'll also feel more relaxed at bedtime, and have a better night's sleep.*
What makes it "red" ginseng? Isn't all ginseng the same?
Although both red and white Panax ginseng (also known as Asian ginseng) are from the same species, they are not processed the same way. White ginseng is generally air dried, while red ginseng is traditionally steamed, which gives it a red/brown color. Steaming can help make ginseng compounds — known as ginsenosides — better absorbed, and that may be one of the reasons that Korean practitioners typically preferred red ginseng.
Also, by not extracting these noble ginsenosides from their classic or common ginsenoside counterparts, HRG80 ginseng may provide synergistic effects not seen in more narrowly-focused extracts. Researchers are also examining the role of other ginseng compounds, including ginsans and gintonins, and how they assist ginsenosides in promoting good health.
Can women take Korean red ginseng? I've always thought it was more for men.
Yes, women certainly can take Korean red ginseng. Although sometimes it has been viewed as a "male" ingredient, ginseng has also been used for women for a variety of reasons. Ginseng has been successfully used in clinical studies for women regarding menopause, mental well-being, libido, energy, and other aspects of overall health.* There have also been published human studies that show no negative impact on hormonal balance.
What is the difference between Korean and American ginseng?
There are several other herbs that have been known as "ginseng." These include Eleutherococcus senticosus, often simply called eleuthero, which was once commonly known as Siberian ginseng, and Panax quinquefolius, which is grown and harvested in the United States. Panax quinquefolius (commonly called American ginseng) shares common characteristics with Panax ginseng, but is considered a separate species.