Korean Ginger and Bellflower Tea Syrup Gift Box
Korean Ginger and Bellflower Tea Syrup Gift Box
Korean Ginger and Bellflower Tea Syrup Gift Box
Korean Ginger and Bellflower Tea Syrup Gift Box
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Korean Ginger and Bellflower Tea Syrup Gift Box

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A lovely set of 2 Ssangye Korean Bellflower and Ginger Syrup bottles packed in a beautiful box perfect for gifting for the holidays. FREE SHIPPING when you order 2 or more. 

Balloon Flower Syrup (Doraji Cheong 도리지청) - Korea-grown 4-year-old Balloon Flower roots are aged for 100 days in syrup. Contains 36.5% Korean Sayang Honey (36.5%), Balloon Flowe Roots (28.5%)

The roots of the Balloon Flower (Platycodon grandiflorus) or Doraji is something Koreans love to eat as namul. Balloon flower roots are used as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative, and fever agent in herbal medicine. Doraji is good for young children and elderly people who have weak immune systems that are vulnerable to respiratory diseases, as well as for asthma, which can be called respiratory illness.

The syrup is made with 4-year-old Korean Bellflower roots that are aged for 100 days in sugar and honey.

Ginger Tea Syrup (Saeng Gang Cheong 생강청) - Korea-grown ginger and scallion roots made into a syrup of Korean Sayang Honey (37.5%). Contains 26% Ginger.

Ginger is known all over the world as a great health food and has been used as medicine in many old cultures. It can just simply warm you up, settle uneasy stomachs (anti-nausea, helps morning sickness) and gut (it helps to calm it – from personal experience). Also helps with colds – has antiviral effects.

  • 1 bottle of Korean Bellflower (aka Balloon Flower) syrup (260g) in a glass bottle
  • 1 bottle of Ginger syrup (260g) in a glass bottle
  • An informational sheet will be included on the health benefits and how to drink instructions by JinJoo.
  • Box size - 7 in x 12 in x 2 in
  • Refrigerate after opening

An informational sheet will be included on the health benefits and how to drink instructions by JinJoo.

 

Ssangye Tea company has been making teas since 1975. Kim Dong Gon is a tea master (Korean National Tea Master #28) who learned how to make teas from the monks at the Ssangye temple in the Jiri mountains of Korea. Each tea is carefully grown and selected to bring you the best of Korean flavors.

 Printable Informational Sheet and Enjoyment Instructions on how to drink Doraji, Omija, Ginger Korean Tea Syrups HERE. Includes health benefits too.