What is Hamcho?
Salicornia herbacea or Hamcho grows in groups around mudflats and salt fields on Korea's islands touched by the sea water. Hamcho is an earth plant that lives off the sea water. It draws a lot of sea water along with all of the healthy minerals from the soil. With evapotranspiration, the water is evaporated keeping all of the minerals in itself. The essential vitamins and minerals become heavily concentrated in the plant. These unique plants are known as the "Ginseng of the Sea"
How is it made?
Lyophilization to maintain the original state of the ingredients.
Glasswort (Salicornia Herbacea) 88%, Rice 12%
*Always in an empty stomach
*Leave 2 hours in between before and after meals
1. Take two packets at a time three times a day.
2. Take 2 packets with plenty of water in the morning before breakfast.
3. Between lunch and dinner take 2 packets with plenty of water.
4. After dinner take 2 packets with plenty of water.