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American Ginseng, or Panax Quinquefolius, has been cultivated in Wisconsin for over 100 years. The fertile virgin soil and harsh winter in Wisconsin's Northwoods, combined with our proprietary post-harvest processing, help make Marathon Ginseng special with three unique qualities: deep growth rings, exceptionally strong aroma and a biting bittersweet taste.
Wild American Ginseng was first discovered over 300 years ago in North America. It has been exported to China for over 200 years. Ginseng has been used in herbal remedies in native Indian and Chinese medicine for centuries and is considered a cure-all or panacea of bodily functions. Traditionally Ginseng is taken to boost stamina, enhance memories and prolong life. Modern research has shown that ginseng is a potent blood thinner and it can reduce blood pressure and sugar. These effects are likely mediated by one small but mighty molecule Nitric Oxide (NO), the same molecule that has made Viagra popular.
At Marathon Ginseng, we are committed to bringing you not only the finest American ginseng, but also the latest on the medical benefits of American Ginseng. When you enjoy our ginseng, its strong aroma and unique bittersweet taste would instantly identify that Marathon Ginseng is the Real Stuff!
China Central Television and Marathon Ginseng Co-Produce a Special Documentary on "Wisconsin Ginseng"
CCTV (China's PBS) and Marathon Ginseng International teamed up to produce the first comprehensive coverage of Wisconsin Ginseng. The CCTV crew headed by Director Lan Shi was on site in Wisconsin in Oct 2013. Their coverage includes the history, tradition and current practice of Wisconsin ginseng industry. The documentary team visited the historic site of Wisconsin ginseng pioneers from 100 years ago, the Fromm Brothers, as well as interviewed the Monk Family. They were able to shoot scenes in Northwoods of Wisconsin about how wild ginseng is harvested and protected (see photo on the right).