Cameron Highlands Tea Plantation, Malaysia

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Korean ginseng

17 comments:

  1. ok, interesting, but more than a little creepy..lol

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  2. Wow, looks cool, but like Caite said - a bit creepy or something!!
    Have a good morning! :)

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  3. Such an interesting root, I really love the taste of ginseng in elixirs, teas, sodas etc.

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  4. Looks AMAZING!!!! Not seen it like this, yet I have turfgrass rootzones almost identical for my Masters Thesis!!! Thanks for posting!

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm - 4th Anniversary which is a short montage of my late wife...

    Have a great day!!

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  5. One glance they looked like displays of foetus in jars!

    The ginsengs really looked nice and expensive!

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  6. Very interesting although I've never test it. Thanks for sharing.
    Greetings, Miklos

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  7. Not sure we were at the same shop coz we ignored the sign 'no photo' haha.

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  8. They grow into such unusual shapes and sizes. I wonder if these are for display or sales.

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  9. I am sure the ginseng is very expensive!

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  10. Amazing! Are they in a shop or a museum?

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  11. I spent USD1400 here buying the ginseng capsules but stop consuming them because too heaty for the body. lol

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