Honghwa is a medicinal herb listed in Janghwa’s "Museum," and it is said that Jang Gun returned home with Hong Hwa during his tour of the West at one point of absence. The flowers bloom in July and August, and are reddish yellow, running one at the end of the stem and one at the end of the branch. It is used as a dye and is also called ‘it flower’. The taste is spicy and sour, and the temper is warm. As it is known, there are very few side effects of Hong-hwa, which are not affected by any body type, nor are they poisonous and require attention to how to eat. That's what herbs are. No matter where it's good, it's not good for cold or fever, and there's a lot of cases where you have to go through the process of neutralization because it's toxic.But Hong-hwa doesn't have to do that, which is a great advantage. They say it doesn't matter if you just boil it. However, it may be a problem if you take the powder made by grinding it, which is not as easy as you might think because the skin is hard. One disadvantage is that if you eat the uncut pieces of skin that are produced during this process, the absorption of digestion may be poor. Of course, you don't have to pay too much attention to the fact that most of the Honghwa Seedae Market is well-equipped. It is recommended that you take it with the skin because it contains a lot of ingredients related to the cirrhosis.