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More: Missing hiker found alive in Himalayas after 47 days, survived on salt and water Dyer told authorities the pair were in the park hunting for ginseng, Kloster said.
Part of Origins’ GinZing collection (a line of products created to energize, refresh and restore radiance), the lash-boosting mascara is formulated with an eye-opening combination of ginseng, caffeine and Carnauba Palm.
The state ranks second in the nation for exports of cheese and whey, and first for exports of cranberries, sweet corn, ginseng, bovine genetics and raw fur skins.
Still, rangers at Great Smoky Mountains National Park seize 500 to 1,000 poached ginseng roots a year, officials say.
The soup dumplings come in five different shades, each corresponding to ingredients worked into the dough: squid ink (black), ginseng (green), sweet-and-sour (pink), cheese (yellow) and traditional (white).
Red ginseng and artichoke tea was packed in cardboard boxes.
Other firms trying to tap into China’s rising class of quality-conscious consumers were also upbeat, as buyers at the sprawling fair sampled products ranging from Malaysian durian ice cream to New Zealand goat’s milk and Korean ginseng chicken soup.
Ashwagandha, also called Indian ginseng, is sweet, but also bitter, and deeply earthy.
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Origin and Etymology of ginseng
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: a Chinese herb that is used as a medicine
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