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Whole Root Wisconsin American Ginseng - Size Medium

Wisconsin Grown Ginseng LLC

Regular price $29.99
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Premium quality 100% pure Wisconsin grown American ginseng roots harvested in Central Wisconsin, USA. The ginseng roots are untrimmed, dried and have been sorted by size.  Any damaged or discolored roots have been removed and discarded. 

All of our products are locally produced in Central Wisconsin and shipped directly from our family owned farm. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
Patrick Martini

Everything is excellent and thank you

Hello Patrick,
We are so happy to hear that you are pleased with our ginseng products and grateful for you letting us know.
Take care and be well,
Laurie, WGG

Jia Zhou
I like the products

I like all the products I ordered. The only thing is that the packaging is too simple.It is okay for personal use, but if it is given to others as gift, can it be sold in a gift box? Also, if the ginseng branches can be pruned a little more, it would be perfect.

Hello Jia,
Thank you very much for taking the time to leave us this review and providing feedback.

Take care and be well,



Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to leave us this great review. We are grateful!
Take care and be well,
Andy and Laurie, WGG

Amy Chan
Medium whole root

Nice , definitely will buy it again

Hi Amy,
Thank you very much for leaving us this review and for your support of our farm!

We are grateful,
Andy and Laurie, WGG

William Dean

I think a powder form or something for making tea would be better.

Hello William,
I'm very sorry to hear that you are not pleased with our tea-cut ginseng. This form is generally the preferred choice for making tea (using a tea-ball or filter bag). Please note that while the powder is finer, ginseng (powder or tea-cut) does not dissolve completely when mixed with hot water. It will soften and flavor the water, but there will still be a residue in the bottom of the cup. The powder is more commonly used in smoothies and stews but certainly can still be used to make tea.

Take care and be well,
Laurie, WGG