Ginseng , a perennial herb, prefers a cool, humid climate. It mostly grows in coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests or mixed woods on gentle slopes or slopes of hills with a small temperature difference between day and night of 500-1100 meters. Because the roots are hypertrophied, shaped like a spindle, and often have bifurcations, they look like human heads, hands, feet and limbs, so they are called ginseng . The elegant names of ancient ginseng were called Huang Jing, Goblin and God Grass. Ginseng is known as the “King of Herbs” and is one of the well-known “Three Treasures of Northeast China” (ginseng, mink, deer antler).