What Is Ginseng?

For hundreds of years, ginseng has been widely used to support health and vitality across the world.

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Our Quality Promise

We use only the most fertile fields in the world.

We grow three, four and five year old ginseng roots and ensure our products are of the highest quality.

Harvested roots are stored in a cool climate-controlled environment for two weeks before transferring them to the high pressure wash line. During this process each root is washed to perfection and hand sorted to a ensure pristine quality.

After carefully selecting only the best Ginseng roots, washed roots are are then transferred to our state of the art drying facility. This process lasts 10 to 14 days-until a moisture rate of less than 3% is achieved. Once dry, roots are again rigorously inspected to ensure quality assurance before they are packaged and ready for the consumer.

Furthermore, after individually selecting only the best ginseng roots by hand, they are carefully stored in high quality and carefully designed bins for drying.

After drying for 2 to 3 weeks in our facilities and ensuring that all of our ginseng is over 97% dry, we yet again run a quality check on all roots to ensure only the highest quality product is selected. 

How To Consume


Ginseng can be eaten raw or you can lightly steam it to soften it and incorporate it into your favourite recipes.


Ginseng powder can be encapsulated, used in teas or other specialty drinks, or added to your favourite recipes.


Because of its health benefits, ginseng is often added to supplements that promote health and well being.

What Is Ginseng?

For hundreds of years, ginseng has been widely used to support health and vitality. It is know as one of the most powerful adaptogens in the world. Ginseng has been a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 5,000 years and is highly sought after for its medicinal properties and health benefits. 

North American Ginseng, (also known as Panax Quinquefolius) is native to Canada and is one the country’s oldest trades. Ginseng was first found growing in Canada in the early 1700s and has been used as a valued trade for over 300 years.  

The majority of the world’s North American ginseng is now grown here in Southern Ontario. The sandy soils, warm summers, and cold winters provide the perfect growing conditions for cultivated ginseng.