World’s Most Expensive Root - Korean Ginseng Harvesting And Processing in Factory

Ginseng is the root of plants in the genus Panax, such as Korean ginseng, South China ginseng, and American ginseng , characterized by the presence of ginsenosides and gintonin. Ginseng is common in the cuisines and medicines of China and Korea. Ginseng is an herb that is rich in antioxidants. Research suggests that it may offer benefits for brain health, immune function, blood sugar control, and more. Ginseng has been used in traditional medicine over centuries, though modern clinical research is inconclusive about its medical is no substantial evidence that ginseng is effective for treating any medical condition. Commercial ginseng is sold in over 35 countries, with China as the largest consumer. In 2013, global sales of ginseng exceeded $2 billion, of which half was produced by South Korea. In the early 21st century, 99% of the world’s 80,000 tons of ginseng was produced in just four countries: China (44,749 tons), South Korea (27,480 tons), Canada (6,486 tons),
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