Sunday, November 25, 2007

1st time making enzymes

These are the 2 types of enzymes I've made during the "DIY Enzymes" seminar on Saturday.

The one on the left is called Beet root Xiwu Enzyme Vinegar, it helps to nourish & promote blood circulation, esp. benefit those having anemia or fatigue problem.

The other one is Maitake Enzyme Vinegar, it helps to regulate blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, triglyceride & phospholipids. Maitake is a type of fungus, which contains high level of beta-glucan that helps to boost immune system.

The fermentation process takes about 2 weeks before the enzyme can be consumed, so I left these 2 containers at a dry cool place now and will observe the process.


Gixxxy said...

Beet root sounds like something I need. Make me some!

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AhYuing said...

i'm interested in making diy enzymes. Could u kindly shed me some light on d correct ways of doing this? Are there any precautions to take etc? I'd greatly appreciate if you could share some with me.
Thanks a lot in advance!
Happy Val's Day!

karenyiau said...

Hi ahyuing, no problem at all. Actually I'm supposed to share a lot more about DIY enzymes here on my blog but I really don't have the time to do so lately due to CNY. Will try to post some info up soon. :)

AhYuing said...

Hi Karen,

Just wondering could u pls email me the recipe n steps for making enzymes? No rush, anytime to ur convenience. You could email to :) Would greatly appreciate that. Thanks again ya! have a nice day ahead!