Dec 22, 2016
How many ginsengs do you know?
1. American ginseng
American ginseng was formerly particularly widespread in the Appalachian and Ozark regions (and adjacent forested regions such as Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario), due to its popularity and unique habitat requirements, the wild plant has been overharvested, as well as lost through destruction of its habitat, and is thus rare in most parts of the United States and Canada. Ginseng is also negatively affected by deer browsing, urbanization, and habitat fragmentation. It can also be grown commercially, under artificial shade, woods cultivated, or wild-simulated methods and is usually harvested after three to four years depending on cultivation technique; the wild-simulated method often requires up to 10 years before harvest.
Ontario, Canada is the world's largest producer of North American ginseng.Marathon County Wisconsin, accounts for about 95% of production in the United States.
2. Chinese Ginseng
Ginseng is one of China's natural treasures in changbai mountain, It grows at an altitude of 1500 meters to 2000 meters in the forest. Ginseng application has a history of thousands of years in our country, it is getting more and more scarce, is a rare natural green supplements.
3. Korean ginseng
Korean ginseng is a plant, the root of which has been taken as a health food for over 2,000 years around the world. Long before Korean ginseng was well-known to the Western general public, people from aristocratic and scientific classes knew about, wrote about, and showed their love for ginseng, regarding it as a natural medicine and calling it the “treasure from the Orient.”
4. Japanese Ginseng
Panax Japonicum is found in Japan and it is know as Japanese ginseng. It is cultivated from seeds that originated from China or Korea. Possibly because it is not native to Japan, Panax Japonicum is said to have less health benefit and is cheaper in price.
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