To use, steep a piece of root in a cup of boiling water for 5–10 minutes and enjoy the tea.  (The steeped root can be reserved and eaten.) Try mixing ginseng with other herbs and create your own blends.  Also tastes great in soups, stews, and stir-fry.  Reseal after opening. Store in a cool, dry place.

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Introducing Ginseng with goût de terroir!

The French expression goût de terroir​ means 'taste of the earth' and is used to describe fine wines and other products with special characteristics unique to the place in which they were grown. 

Our value-oriented Garden Grade™ and premium Grand Crû Ginseng™ products capture this rare and highly sought ginseng varietal for your health, enjoyment, and wellness.

Learn more about 'Garden Grade' Wisconsin ginseng.

This ginseng is suitable for use in teas, cooking, and can even be eaten raw.  You will know it is something special from the first taste.


We recommend enjoying up to three grams of Wisconsin ginseng each day to counter the effects of fatigue and stress, calm the mind, and rejuvenate the body.


Individually unique

Every ginseng root is unique.  Each of our products comes to you with individual serial numbers allowing your ginseng roots to be traced back to the very plot of Wisconsin soil in which they grew.


Reusable Tea Wand


Premium 100% Pure Wisconsin Ginseng Capsules


Garden Grade™ Wisconsin Ginseng, 50g


Grand Crû Wisconsin Ginseng™, 226g


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