Pesticide-Free Hydroponic Asian Ginseng

H2 Vision is the first in the world to successfully grow Asian ginseng using hydrogen water with a pesticide-free hydroponic system.

Pesticide-Free Hydroponic Asian Ginseng

The traditional method of growing Asian ginseng is difficult and costly.
Not only is Asian ginseng expensive, but there is also the problem of pesticides that makes it difficult to obtain quality ginseng.
At H2 Vision, we have increased the growth rate as well as eliminated the need for pesticides thanks to hydrogen water's ability to eliminate bacteria.
Now, Asian ginseng can meet high standards of quality control while being grown at a reliable schedule.
It is possible to use a cultivation method that produces a reliable product with strong selling power and uses a reasonable amount of human resources.
It is finally time to move into the future of agriculture with hydrogen cultivation.

Comparison with traditional methods
Soil cultivated Asian ginseng (outdoors) Description Hydrogen water Hydroponic Asian ginseng
Soil cultivation, low pesticides
(Produced in China: Dangerous levels of pesticides detected)
Production method Revolutionary hydrogen water hydroponic systems allow Asian ginseng to be grown without using pesticides, ensuring safety.
Cultivation of the root to be used for medicine Production purpose The complete plant (root+leaves+stem+berries) is used for medicine, health foods, and supplements
3-6 years (actual production is finished in under 4 years) Production period 2-3 months
Affected by natural conditions Production yield Can be planned
Impossible Uniform product Can be done through a controlled environment
The aged root is proven to be effective Medical use, effectiveness The government of South Korea has officially declared the importance of the saponins that are found in abundance in the leaves, berries, and stems
Has a long history and is well researched. However, due to changes in the cultivation environment, outside of specific products such as red ginseng, it is generally banned for sale (this is due to safety concerns about excessive harmful elements) Familiarity H2 Vision currently holds the exclusive patent
The patented technology is currently being spread through joint projects
Ginsenoside content in Asian ginseng grown with hydrogen hydroponics
ginsenoside Root Leaves Stem

Average(%)

Percentage(%)

Average(%)

Percentage(%)

Average(%)

Percentage(%)

Rg1

0.41

25.92

4.04

28.72

0.45

50.78

Re

0.17

10.92

1.42

10.09

0.26

29.39

Rf

0.06

3.61

-

-

0.01

1.37

Rb1

0.33

20.97

0.37

2.61

0.01

1.01

Rg2

0.04

2.32

0.94

6.68

0.06

6.64

Rh1

0.27

16.91

1.41

10.04

0.00

0.00

Rc

0.15

9.63

1.53

10.84

0.02

2.14

Rb2

0.02

1.32

0.22

1.58

-

-

Rd

0.13

8.40

4.15

29.45

0.03

8.67

Total

1.58

100.00

14.08

100.00

0.88

100.00

PD/PT

0.67

-

0.80

-

0.13

-

Effects of ginsenosides
RO
alcohol detoxification, antihepatitis, anti-inflammatory
Rb1
central nervous system depressant, antipyretic analgesic, liver function protection
Rb2
antidiabetic, antiarteriosclerosis, liver cell proliferation
Rc
sedation, promotion of protein and lipid synthesis
Rd
promoting adrenal cortex hormone secretion promoting
Re
antidiabetic, liver cell protection, bone marrow cell formation promoting
Rf
analgesic for brain cells, lipid peroxidation inhibition
Rg1
improvement of learning function, antifatigue
Rg2
antiplatelet, reduces memory loss
Rg3
antidementia, blood pressure reducer, cancer cell metastasis suppression, reduces anticancer drug resistance
Rh1
liver cell protection, antitumor, antiplatelet
Rh2
cancer cell growth inhibition, tumor growth inhibition, skin immunity
The undiscovered vault of saponins, hydroponically grown Asian ginseng

The leaves of the hydroponically grown ginseng contain over 65% of the ginsenosides (saponins) Rg1 and Rb1, which protect the liver and reduce fatigue. They also include 16.91% of the saponin Rh1, which has antitumor effects and is not contained in Korean red ginseng.

There are over 750 different types of saponins found in different plants. The dammarane triterpene and the triterpenoid saponins they form have unique chemical structures found nowhere else in nature.

Ginsenosides is the name given to these unique saponins found only in ginseng.

The stem and leaves of hydroponically grown ginseng contain more saponins than the root.
The root of the hydroponically grown ginseng contains 14.3-15.8mg/g of saponins. The stem and leaves contain 140-180mg/g of saponins, which is eight or nine times more than the root. They also contain 65.9mg/g of the health-promoting vitamin C.

Ginseng leaves contain over 65% of the ginsenosides Rg1 and Rb1, which protect the liver and reduce fatigue. They also contain the unique saponin Rh1. (Taken from research from South Korea)

Korean grown ginseng root (six years old): 10mg/g (per kg)
Aged Chinese ginseng root: 30mg/g
Hydroponically grown ginseng leaves: 140-180mg/g
Hydroponically grown ginseng root:14.3-15.8mg/g

Effects of ginsenosides

The leaves of the hydroponically grown ginseng contain over 65% of the ginsenosides (saponins) Rg1 and Rb1, which protect the liver and reduce fatigue. They also include 16.91% of the saponin Rh1, which has antitumor effects and is not contained in Korean red ginseng.

a. Ginseng saponins are called ginsenosides, which means ginseng glycosides.
b.Nature: Produces bubbles like soap.
c.Effects: Balanced calming and sedative effects. It is also used to regulate blood pressure, temperature, and pH levels.
d.Recently, it has earned a reputation for its anticancer, antioxidant, and cholesterol-lowering effects.

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