The main ingredients of Rhapsody are cactus and American ginseng. These foods are rich in plant-based nutrients.

Rhapsody does not contain preservatives. Hence it may spoil even if it is refrigerated after opening. Thus, we recommend that Rhapsody be consumed soon after opening.

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Q: What are the differences between cactus and aloe vera?

A: Although aloe vera resembles cactus, the former is actually a member of the lily family, while cactus is closely related to the rose plant. Aloe vera grows quickly, taking just eight months to mature, while cactus takes many years. Aloe vera is said to be native to North Africa, while cactus is native to the American continents. Aloe vera is darker and has long, flat leaves, while cactus is usually lighter colored with fleshy and swollen stems.

Q: What does cactus taste like?

A: Cactus has a soft but crunchy texture that becomes sticky, similar to okra, when cooked. It has a mild and unique flavor that is similar to a slightly tart green bean, asparagus, or bell peppers.

Q: What is American ginseng?

A: American ginseng, also called Panax quinquefolius, is a close relative of Korean ginseng. Belonging to the Araliaceae family, it is a perennial herb with dark green leaves and clusters of red berries. It is found in the wild in eastern North America, and its roots are used medicinally, particularly in China. Today, most of the American ginseng on the market are cultivated.

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