- As persimmons are not very resistant to coldness,
Haenam is the best place to grow persimmons with its warm climate. Harnam has fertile soils to grow quality
fruits. As persimmons in the cold regions
are very likely to be destroyed by frost and cannot eliminate the bitter taste,
they do not have good colors and are low in quality.
- Haenam’s persimmons are
grown in the warm regions of the Southern Endland of the Korean Peninsula. They absorb the spirits of heaven and earth
and get enough sunlight to develop their superior quality. Haenam’s persimmons are very sweet and contain
tannin, vitamins A and C, and calcium and magnesium to prevent high blood
pressure and reduce the alcohol content in blood. Persimmons are generally ingested fresh, but
bitter ones are processed to make snacks, dried persimmons, persimmon vinegar,
and picked persimmons.
- According to Donguibogam, Japanese apricot
is sour, free of toxicity, and relieves fever.
It treats heartburn, tranquilizes heart, stops thirst and diarrhea, and
revitalizes the muscles and pulse.
Bonchogangmok writes that it heals the liver and gall bladder, strengthens
the muscles to relieve fatigue and prevent aging, eliminate bad breath, and
treats paralysis and epilepsy. Japanese
apricot contains 11 essential nutrients, including natural citric acid and
calcium. It converts acidic constituents
into alkali constituents, prevents various adult diseases, and works greatly to
relieve fatigue and tranquilize the mind.
Natural Japanese apricot’s citric acid effectively controls various bacteria. If you add a few Japanese apricots in a jar
of Kimchi or rice wine in summer, it will preserve the taste for 5-6 days even without