If your question isn’t addressed below, please get in touch with us and we’ll be very happy to answer.
What are enzymes?
Enzymes are specialised proteins that accelerate vital chemical reactions in your body. They play a crucial role in digestion, immunity, and overall well-being, making them essential for optimal health.
Does JIN JIN need to be refrigerated?
JIN JIN is a shelf-stable concentrated beverage that contains living cultures which survive between 4-40°C. We recommend storing JIN JIN in a cool dry place, and avoiding direct sunlight. Once opened it is best stored in a refrigerator, providing it is not cooler than 4°C.
Where is JIN JIN made?
JIN JIN is currently produced in Taiwan where most of the ingredients are harvested locally, and then exported to the UK. We have found this to be kinder to the environment than importing fresh produce to the UK. JIN JIN has partnered with the ‘One Tree Planted’ organisation, in which we will donate some of our profits to help the environment through planting trees.
Is JIN JIN suitable for vegan and halal diets?
Yes! JIN JIN is 100% animal free. We get our natural produce from trusted farmers. We also do regular heavy metal and pesticide residue testing so we can make sure that JIN JIN only contains the good stuff.
What is the recommended usage? And can too much JIN JIN hurt me?
We recommend diluting 20ml of JIN JIN with 200ml of water (1:10). That’s our signature serve, but the ratio can be changed to your own taste.
We have not discovered any side effects from excessive intake of JIN JIN. Excess enzyme complexes in the drink will be excreted out of the body naturally.
Please check the full ingredient list for personal allergens.
Can I drink JIN JIN during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?
JIN JIN contains all natural ingredients and is made by traditional methods. There are no food additives or any chemical substances added. However, we advise you to speak to your doctor if you have any doubts about drinking JIN JIN while pregnant or breast-feeding.
What is in JIN JIN?
JIN JIN's raw material list:
Pineapple, Lemon, Kumquat, Tangerine, Mulberry, Papaya, Grapefruit, Orange, Mushrooms, Hami Melon, Pumpkin, Banana, Dragon Fruit, Lotus Root, Cabbage Lettuce, Bok Choy, Cantaloupe, Chinese Yam, Spinach, Mung Beans, Adzuki Beans, Black Turtle Beans, Melon, Taro Root, Sweet Potato, Radish, Mint, Maltose, Jujube, Goji Berries, Sugar, Salt, Acetic Bacteria, Yeast, Lactobacillus Plantarum.