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Passion for the Ginseng and Tea


The land of ginseng


ginseng of the Manchourian

ginseng Manchurian Tiger

The land of  origins of the plant,

the region of ancient Manchuria.

the cradle of wild roots, the city of Harbin and Korea,

as well as the Russian Far East.

A beautiful space, open to adventure and freedom.

Furrowed by Russian, Manchu, Tungus, Korean and Chinese riders.

Its territories are also the domain of the Siberian.

tiger, the hunter and the ginseng collector .

Men fight for control of the forests or it grows.

Bandits and deserters from various backgrounds.

you face a splendid but unforgiving nature.




A little history

Introduced to America in the ninth century by an Jesuit.

It is thanks to its tonic properties that the plant.

becomes very popular in the seventeenth century.

increases physical and intellectual performance.

Today the root is very rare in the wild,

and the roots can quickly reach very high prices.

On the site we offer wild plant from Manchuria,

at least 6 years old.


Manchurian roots

our roots come from Shang bai Shan, ancient Mandchuria



Improved blood circulation.

Anti-fatigue effect.

Improvement of brain activity and memory.

Promotes good cholesterol levels

Balances blood sugar.

Beneficial for the central nervous system.

Improved libido.

Today the root is very rare in the wild,

and the roots can quickly reach very high prices.


Red root


red ginseng


Korean specialties are internationally recognized,

and essential for their effectiveness.

Many Korean  specialties are offered on the site.

The site proposes compositions and roots of a minimum of 6 years of age.

The plant can be used all year but especially from autumn to spring,

it is also consumed in cure .

In tea period of examination and competitions.

Not suitable for pregnant and lactating women.


You will find of the ginseng in dough and powders


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