Jujubes have been used in various home remedies since long ago and their healing effects are being proved in recent studies. Jujubes contain protein, fat, saponin, glucose, fructose, polysaccharide, organic acids, and a total of 36 various inorganic compounds including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, and potassium. Raw jujubes have a great deal of Vitamin C and P and, hence, they are also considered a great source of vitamins.
1. They are harvested and processed when they are fully ripe.
Most jujubes are harvested when they are not fully ripe. However, “The Gyeongsan oriental medicinal jujubes” respect the nature’s timing. In other words, the best taste and quality require that the fruits are harvested at the right time.
2.Oriental medicinal herbs are used as fertilizers.
“The Gyeongsan oriental medicinal jujubes” are cultivated with minimal amount of chemicals and use the oriental medicinal herbs that are bought from the medicine market that is located in Daegu, which is located near Gyeongsan-si as fertilizers or compost. This is how sweeter and healthier jujubes are harvested.
-The premium jujube brandHanbang Bogam’s fruit-
They are dried raw jujubes that contain oriental medicinal herbs to preserve the natural flavor. They are good to see with food,tea,and salad. They are also tasty when cut into slices and eaten by themselves.
The agricultural corporation Hanbando Inc. is located in Gyeongsan-si, Korea, where over 40% of the Korean jujubes are produced.
Because it characteristically receives a great amount of sunshine and low precipitation, Gyeongsan is known for producing sweet and fresh fruits. The oriental medicinal jujubes made by the agricultural corporation Hanbando, Inc. are cultivated with the natural compost made by the National Development Institute of Korean Medicine, a national public institution, and other relevant professionals using traditional oriental medicinal herbs.
Chairman Choe Deok hyeon
Chairman Choe Deok hyeon’s agricultural techniques and knowhow are very well known as he has appeared or hosted over 30 times in lectures in agricultural techniques, media reports, field trips, and research from professional in stitutions. He is from a third generation of farmers since 1975 and, in an effort to keep the natural way of cultivating and produce clean tasting and smelling jujubes, has focused on minimizing the use of hormones, herbicides, and other chemical fertilizers and on strengthening the fruits and soil by using an ample amount of natural compose full of oriental medicinal herbs and indigenous microbes.
- Korea Forestry Promotion Institute jujube department forestry mentor
- 2014 Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs Award (jujube part)
- 2016 Korea Clean Forest Products for Export Contest Grand Prize
- The 2017 6th Processed Products Business Model Industrial Competition- Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs Award