Dolwe (Gynostemma Pentaphyllum Makino), Deonggul Tea ( Gynostemma Pentaphyllum Makino), drink, tea bag drink, tea, health tea, saponin
Durebang SAPONA tea bag is made up of dried Dolwe 23 % and corn tea 77 % to alleviate bitter taste of Dolwe and one tea bag contains 2 g of Dolwea. Drink warm or cold sapona instead of water or barley tea after mixing one tea bag with 1-2 L of water and boiling it for 3-5 minutes. This product is one pack of 100 tea bags for 100 days (one tea bag per day).
Dolwe is a plant growing in Korea, Japan and China and its scientific name is Gynostemma Pentaphyllum Makinow belonging to family cucurbit. According to Korean Plant Dictionary, it is called Dolwe, Gyogoram, Sugukcha, Sugukgamcha, Deonggul tea.
Japanese professor Takemoto first revealed that this Dolwe contains much content of saponin similar to the component of Korean Ginseng and it is known that it contains crude saponin about 4-7 % and active component of Dolwe is gypenoside.