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What are jelly infusions?

What are jelly infusions?

What are jelly infusions?

If you want to know everything about frozen infusion, this article is for you!

Do you particularly like hot drinks and infusions but are you looking for a caffeine-free or new and healthy alternative to accompany your breakfasts, your snack or your breaks? The jelly infusion is an ideal drink that you will find hard to do without after tasting it!

These glass jars similar to jam or marmalade offer several tasting options for their delicious jellies that you will fall for.

History of infusion in jelly

The term “jelly infusion” was created by Santé Nat when it was founded in 2005.

However, it finds its origin through yuja-cha. In South Korea, yuja-cha (유자차; 柚子茶) or yuja tea is a traditional Korean tea prepared by mixing hot water with yuja-cheong (yuja marmalade). Yuja tea is popular throughout Korea, especially in winter when it is often recommended for colds and is often found in markets in large glass jars.

Yuja tea is made from the yuja fruit, commonly called yuzu outside of Korea, or Korean lemon. Yuja does not contain a lot of juice, unlike other citrus fruits. It is capable of cooking at high temperatures without losing its acidity. Yuja has a strong bittersweet scent that can be found in zest, juices and essential oils.

The jelly infusion could be closer to the Korean word “cheong” which is quite general and which, depending on the context, can group together liquids with fermented fruit extracts. However, these are generally more liquid and sweeter than jelly infusions.


The jelly infusions are produced using proven know-how in South Korea. They are differentiated by:

  • The quality of raw materials and selected fruits
  • The significant duration of maceration of the fruit, plant or root
  • An exclusive recipe
  • A composition designed to meet different uses


There are different flavors and certain mixtures to benefit from the different virtues and delicacies that jelly infusions provide. Santé Nat lists them according to the different frosts.

First of all, ginger (Zingiber) is a plant native to Asia, commonly used as a spice in traditional cuisine but also in Chinese medicine. Rich in vitamin C, Chinese medicine generally recommends it to relieve asthma, cases of nausea and is also a powerful anti-inflammatory and relieves rheumatic pain.

Thanks to the vitamin C, proteins and dietary fiber that ginger contains, it allows:

  • To prevent and avoid colds
  • To reduce coughs and infections
  • To facilitate digestion
  • To strengthen the intestinal system and stomach
  • To reduce joint, rheumatism and muscle pain

Thanks to its numerous components, aloe vera :

  • Maintains skin health
  • Contributes to natural defenses
  • Contributes to good health of the female organs and harmonizes the woman's cycle
  • Supports digestion and bowel function

It is beneficial in states of fatigue and increases psychological resistance. It has anti-oxidant properties and supports glycemic control.

Thanks to its high content of citric acid and vitamin C , Yuzu or Korean Lemon has 150 mg per 100g, or 187% RDA (recommended daily intake), or 3 times more than lemon from other countries. drink 2 cups per day to meet the body's daily needs.

Vitamin C contributes to:

  • Reduce fatigue
  • Have normal psychological functions and energy metabolism
  • A normal nervous and immune system
  • Protect cells against oxidative stress
  • The normal function of collagen to ensure the proper functions of blood vessels, bones, cartilage and gums

Thanks to its many components, passion fruit , this super fruit is:

  • A fruity comfort to accompany you through your days
  • Ideal against slackness
  • An ally for our eyes tired by television, computer and smartphone screens.
  • Helps relieve eye pain
  • Facilitates digestion and good colon maintenance
  • Helps strengthen the airways and prevent asthma attacks

The pomegranate also has many virtues:

  • High antioxidant content
  • Rich in nitrate known for sports performance
  • Naturally rich in vitamin C, vitamin E and B5, polyphenols and magnesium
  • Maintains good blood circulation
  • Helps strengthen bones and muscles
  • Your ally for urinary infections and avoiding recurrences

The aloe vera and pomegranate jelly infusion offers a fruity and slightly tangy taste while providing you with well-being benefits for your body and mind.

Jelly infusions are therefore a mix of delicacies and benefits. They are sweetened with a base of honey (or organic cane sugar for organic infusions) and each jelly, thanks to its fruit, plant or root, strengthens and reveals many benefits.


Dilute 1 to 3 teaspoons of jelly infusion in a cup of hot water or cold water, or spread the jelly directly on toast like jam, or mix it with yogurt.

The composition of the jelly infusions has been designed to be consumed as desired. 

You then have a 3 in one product: 

  • Infusion without waiting time
  • Cold drink or flavored drink
  • Used like a jam (while keeping the benefits because no cooking, and less sweet than a jam)

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