HRG80™ Red Ginseng Energy
- Mental and physical energy
- Resilience during stress^
- Mindful focus and concentration
- Stamina and endurance
- Healthy cortisol, serotonin, and GABA levels*^^
The HRG80 Difference
As one of the world's oldest adaptogens, red ginseng has been recommended for centuries. HRG80 is unique. It is hydroponically grown using a pesticide-free method and concentrates its most valuable compounds: rare, noble ginsenosides.
- Noble ginsenosides are shown to be 17 times better absorbed†
- Whole root red ginseng for full spectrum benefits
- Grown without pesticides
7X Stronger††—Feel the Difference!
HRG80 helps you stay focused, emotionally resilient, and energized throughout the day.*
Participants who experienced benefits in a clinical study featuring HRG80 red ginseng, reported amazing results:
- 67% Increased energy
- 48% Better mental clarity
- 46% Sleep improvement
- 72% More stamina*
††Compared to the rare, noble ginsenoside content of conventional ginseng
†Compared to classic ginsenosides in an in-vitro scientific (Caco-2) study.
^^Supports healthy levels already within normal range
|Korean Red Ginseng
(Panax ginseng) Root Powder (HRG80™) containing rare, noble ginsenosides
**Daily Value (DV) not established
Take 1 capsule daily. May increase to 1 capsule twice daily. Results improve with continued use.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. The HRG80 ginseng that we feature in our red ginseng supplements is hydroponically grown. 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.
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 root—7 times more than a leading, conventionally grown ginseng supplement. A Caco-2 study found that the noble ginsenosides in HRG80 were 17 times more absorbable than classic ginsenosides. 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.
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.*^
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.
Can women take Panax ginseng? I’ve always thought it was more for men.
Yes, women certainly can take Panax ginseng (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 Asian 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 North America. Panax quinquefolius (commonly called American ginseng) shares common characteristics with Panax ginseng, but is a separate species and does not provide the same health benefits.