Ginseng Jubilee Review
What You Should Know
Ginseng Jubilee is a product from the makers of Rocket Chocolate. Just like Rocket Chocolate, the company does not bother to list ingredients or nutritional information for the product. There is a small caption that states the product does not contain caffeine. Ginseng Jubilee is a chocolate candy with ginseng. Ginseng is supposed to boost energy though it is not as strong as caffeine. Ginseng is also supposed to help reduce feelings of stress and promote immunity.
If you want to purchase Ginseng Jubilee you will have to purchase case quantities or order from an outside vendor. The smallest quantity on the official website is 50 pieces. Outside companies sell the chocolates for about $0.50 a piece.
List of Ingredients
- Cocoa Butter
- Whole Milk
- Coconut Oil
- Artificial Cherry Flavor
- Siberian Ginseng Root Powdered Extract
You could take the recipe for Rocket Chocolate and replace the caffeine with ginseng and you’ll have Ginseng Jubilee. We like the fact that there is an alternative to caffeine for candy lovers who want an energy punch without the potential side effects from consuming too much caffeine, but we are not thrilled with the company behind the product. Rocket Chocolate does not bother to list ingredients or nutritional information and that is the information the consumer needs.
Ginseng Jubilee is not a diet food. One piece weighs less than one-half an ounce and packs a whopping 70 calories. There are ginseng supplements and teas that supply no calories and the dieter knows how much ginseng they are taking. There are also chocolates with fewer calories and premium ingredients the dieter can include in a weight loss program. Ginseng Jubilee appears to be nothing more than a sugary treat with an unknown amount of ginseng.
- The product is inexpensive.
- The product is available on the website.
- The ingredient list is not available on the website.
- The product does not contain proven weight loss ingredients.
- The product is not backed by clinical trials or research.
If you want to use Ginseng to lose weight you can do so in supplement form or with a punch of ginseng tea, but Ginseng Jubilee is not the product you want to try. The company behind the product – Rocket Chocolate – does not bother to list any ingredients or nutritional information. All you know is that you are buying a chocolate that contains some ginseng. Like any other herbal remedy, you have to take a certain amount of ginseng before you recognize any benefits. Ginseng Jubilee does not provide the dieter or consumer with the information they need.