Omijayonjeeae Fresh Omija Cheong

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    Introduction It is a natural product that is made with the premium Mungyeong Fresh Omija from fall harvest, with Its superior deep and clean taste. Fresh Omija Extract is a product that is aged over 3 months. You will experience a mouthful of characteristic natural and healthful flavor of Omija. Recipe For every cup of Omija Syrup,mix in 3 cups of Water Drink Omija as fruit punch Drink Omija as a cocktail Marinate meat with Omija to soften it Can be used as dipping sauce of meat About Omija - Five Taste, Five Attraction It is called “Omija” because of its Five distinct flavors / tastes ? sweet, sour, hot(spicy), bitter and salty. Sourness (skin) protects the liver, bitterness (seed) strengthens the heart, sweetness (flesh) supports stomach function, hot/spicy (seed) protects lungs, and saltiness(overall) enhances the kidney function. Omija is produced only in Some North-East Asia countries Korea, China, Russia - The Royal berry Omija was introduced in an ancient herbal medicine document as “It is excellent for enhancing lung’s function & throat. Omija was served as a specialty drink for the royal court of Goguryoe and exported to other countries. - Great in Food Although Omija is a great drink on its own, it can also be used in a variety of food recepies such as salad dressing, barbecue sauce, jam as well as being used as natural food coloring - The best stamina enhancer According to various traditional medicine book A general of China who enjoyed Omija liquor had three sons at his age of 70 Dong-oui-bo-gam, A Korean traditional book on medicine said that omija invigorates and boosts stamina - Omija in Modern Society It can be enjoyed in many different ways including as a healthy drink, wine, jam, Chocolate, salad dressing, barbecue sauce. Etc. Ingredient Raw Omija Berry (Academic term - fruit of Maximowiczia typical) 50% Castor Sugar 50% Nutrition (Amount per 100g) Calories 236.52kcal/100g Carbohydrate 57.55g (57.55%) Crude protein 0.68% Crude fat 0.40% Sodium 17.89mg/100g Fructose 156.67mg/g Sucrose 249.13mg/g Clucose 156.37mg/g Saturated fat 0.21g/100g Trans fat 0 mg Cholesterol 0 mg Vitamin C 1.39mg/100g
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Munkyeong OMIJA Valley
  • CountryKorea
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  • Established2009
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Introduction

It is a natural product that is made with the premium Mungyeong Fresh Omija from fall harvest, with Its superior deep and clean taste. Fresh Omija Extract is a product that is aged over 3 months. You will experience a mouthful of characteristic natural and healthful flavor of Omija.

Recipe

  • For every cup of Omija Syrup,mix in 3 cups of Water
  • Drink Omija as fruit punch
  • Drink Omija as a cocktail
  • Marinate meat with Omija to soften it
  • Can be used as dipping sauce of meat

About Omija

- Five Taste, Five Attraction
It is called “Omija” because of its Five distinct flavors / tastes ? sweet, sour, hot(spicy), bitter and salty. Sourness (skin) protects the liver, bitterness (seed) strengthens the heart, sweetness (flesh) supports stomach function, hot/spicy (seed) protects lungs, and saltiness(overall) enhances the kidney function. Omija is produced only in Some North-East Asia countries Korea, China, Russia

- The Royal berry
Omija was introduced in an ancient herbal medicine document as “It is excellent for enhancing lung’s function & throat. Omija was served as a specialty drink for the royal court of Goguryoe and exported to other countries.

- Great in Food
Although Omija is a great drink on its own, it can also be used in a variety of food recepies such as salad dressing, barbecue sauce, jam as well as being used as natural food coloring

- The best stamina enhancer
According to various traditional medicine book A general of China who enjoyed Omija liquor had three sons at his age of 70 Dong-oui-bo-gam, A Korean traditional book on medicine said that omija invigorates and boosts stamina

- Omija in Modern Society
It can be enjoyed in many different ways including as a healthy drink, wine, jam, Chocolate, salad dressing, barbecue sauce. Etc.

Ingredient
Raw Omija Berry
(Academic term - fruit of Maximowiczia typical)
50%
Castor Sugar
50%

Nutrition (Amount per 100g)

Calories
236.52kcal/100g
Carbohydrate
57.55g (57.55%)
Crude protein
0.68%
Crude fat
0.40%
Sodium
17.89mg/100g
Fructose
156.67mg/g
Sucrose
249.13mg/g
Clucose
156.37mg/g
Saturated fat
0.21g/100g
Trans fat
0 mg
Cholesterol
0 mg
Vitamin C
1.39mg/100g

 

 

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