3. Wild-simulated ginseng is similar to wild ginseng in terms of color, smell, circular marks on the roots from the dark soil, and milky-white spongy inside.
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4. Wild-simulated ginseng contains similar active ingredients to wild ginseng of the same age. Wild-simulated ginseng also has no pesticide residues.
Fresh wild-simulated ginseng (10-18 yrs) With similar circular markings, surface textures, and inner structures on the roots, it is almost impossible to distinguish wild-simulated ginseng from wild ginseng.
As a pioneer in environmental protection, the United States has vast forest resources. 01% of the forest has been used for planting wild-simulated ginseng. As estimated, the yield of wild ginseng has decreased by 10-15% annually.