- n aromatic root of ginseng plants
- n Chinese herb with palmately compound leaves and small greenish flowers and forked aromatic roots believed to have medicinal powers
- He took vitamins, ginseng, royal jelly, steroids and even liquid steaks.
- They should; ginseng pills, taken as directed, give users a larger dose of phenylbutazone than is normally prescribed.
- A typical can has about as much caffeine as a venti cup of Starbucks, along with additives like guarana and ginseng that can rev the central nervous system.
News & Articles
- Forest Service to limit wild ginseng harvests
Four-prong ginseng plant with berries. Ginseng harvesting on the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests will be severely restricted this year due to declining wild plant populations.
June 21, 2013 - Asheville Citizen-Times
- State renews ginseng contract with China co-op
The agreement was signed between the Ginseng Board of Wisconsin, the Ginseng & Herb Cooperative and the Beijing medicine company Tong Ren Tang (TRT) Health Pharmaceutical.
June 20, 2013 - Small Business Times
- Warwick Capper in The Age
Speaking on Thursday night on The Footy Show, Capper added: "It's actually no more than a ginseng tablet, I didn't know what it was at the time. It had a touch of speed, (which) I found out two days later, I actually only took two...
- Jim Doyle in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The name 'Wisconsin ginseng' is very valuable in China and unfortunately is the subject of rip-offs,Doyle said.