Insamcha (Ginseng Tea) refers to a Korean tea traditonally made by simmering a mixture of ginseng, jujubes, and peeled chestnuts. An instant powdered version has become widely available already in Korea. Honey is added as sweetener Korean tiny Ginseng has a strong fragrance and taste. It is a special product of Korea which is good for physical strength. Certain studies have also found saponin in Ginseng to have anti-cancer properties. Korean ginseng has been identified with the highest saponin content and the best effects. Insamcha is served with pine nuts on top.

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