How can I find wild ginseng?


To find wild ginseng will take some traveling if you do not stay east of the Mississippi River. It is found in mountainous areas in the south. It usually grows around Maple, Hickory, Oak, and Walnut trees.
Q&A Related to "How can I find wild ginseng?"
1 Learn the laws regulating ginseng production and harvesting in your country. Obtain any necessary permits or licenses. Ginseng has declined considerably since European settlement
1. Look at the stem of the plant. If it is wild ginseng, all of the leaves will grow from the same point on the stem. 2. Check the number of leaves. You should see two small leaflets
very expensive since it is difficult to produce. $250 to $500 per lb sometimes even more.
Find wild ginseng in states east of the
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