In ples on the effects of Wild American Ginseng and his own ancestral prescription in treating human breast cancerhttp://www.consumerlab.pl/wp-content/themes/osmosis/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg 150 150 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://2.gravatar.com/avatar/e2889d62095d8681c5bfe8302903c598?s=96&d=mm&r=g
The following graphs are from a test conducted by Dr. D., and Associate Professor of Physiology at Southern Illinois University. It was found that the wild ginseng can inhibit the cancer cells, but when combined with the wild ginseng and his own ancestral prescription, the effect can greatly enhance in inhibiting the cancer cells. So strict distinction between wild ginseng, woods-grown ginseng and field-cultivated ginseng is crucial.
To maintain the highest quality of American wild ginseng in the world, we need to strictly distinguish woods-grown ginseng and wild ginseng.
Most high quality, older aged wild ginseng roots are thin and lighter in weight. Usually, the fresh wild ginseng root weighs 1-10 grams and the dried wild ginseng root weighs 0.3-3 grams only. The Woods-grown one is typically double in size and weight than the wild ginseng. Woods-grown ginseng tends to have thicker necks, no clear markings on the main root, and more lateral roots (tails). In some parts of Asia, people mistakenly believed that high-quality wild ginseng roots have to be large in size and heavy in weight. The following are photos that may help the readers to tell the differences between wild ginseng and woods-grown ginseng.
American wild ginseng naturally grows within 32-47.5 degrees north latitude and 74-97 degrees west longitude, in the east part of central and north US forest. It grows well at altitudes of 200-1200 meters, with 5-45 degrees slope and 5-8% sunshine, and fertile humus layer of about 8-10 inches. read more