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LYCHEE

LYCHEE />
Lychee is an evergreen tree 10-30 m high (usually up to 15 m) with spreading crown. Leaves are compound, paripinnate, consist of four to eight leaflets. The leaf blade is smooth-margin, glistening on top, dark green, and below is grayish green. Flowers are without petals, with a yellowish or greenish calyx, are collected in lush umbellate inflorescences up to 70 cm long. Fruits are oval, 2.5-4 cm long. Their rind is red, covered with numerous acuminate tips. Light jelly pulp easily separates from the peel, has a sweet taste with a slight wine tinge. read more

CHINESE YAM

CHINESE YAM />
Dioscorea Opposita is an ancient cultural plant of China and Japan. The roots are 60-100 cm long, deep in the ground. The stem is more or less angular, sometimes convolute, up to 9 m high, usually with a purple tone, with globular tubers in the axils of the leaves. Leaves are opposite, 4-7 cm long, ovate or triangular. Flowers are white, in solitary or paired axillary racemes, with a scent of cinnamon. read more

LARGEHEAD ATRACTYLODES

LARGEHEAD ATRACTYLODES />
Atractylodes Macrocephala is a perennial herbaceous plant 30-50 cm high with a thickened fleshy tuberous rhizome. Leaves are alternate, petiolate, dissected into 3 lanceolate segments, upper ones are lanceolate, entire; at the edge are serrate-dentate. Inflorescences are single baskets. Flowers are small, tubular, white in the lower part and light purple in the upper part. Fruit is seed, almost spherical. read more

STEPHANIA TETRANDRA

STEPHANIA TETRANDRA />
Stephania Tetrandra is an herbaceous vine in Menispermaceae family. This plant is 1-3 m high with fleshy, cylindrical root. The foliage is dense. Leaves are narrow-thyroid, broad-triangular or triangular, pubescent (on both sides or only from the upper), acuminate. Flowers are dioecious, five-petalled, collected in the head inflorescence. There are four sepals (sometimes five), five petals, four stamens in male flowers. Fruit is a drupe; ripe fruit is of red color, almost spherical in shape. read more

PINE POLLEN

PINE POLLEN />
Pinus Sylvestris is an evergreen coniferous tree up to 40 m high. The bark is red-brown, nearer to the apex is brown-yellow. Needles are 5-7 cm long. read more

SEA BUCKTHORN IS THE GOLDEN BERRY

SEA BUCKTHORN IS THE GOLDEN BERRY />
Multiple deciduous shrub, rarely a tree, whose height usually reaches 1-3 m, and sometimes 3-6 m, up to 15 m. Young shoots are silvery, pubescent; perennial - covered with dark brown, almost black bark. Short shoots are with numerous long spines. Shoots of different ages create a rounded, pyramidal or spreading crown. read more

REHMANNIA GLUTINOSA

REHMANNIA GLUTINOSA />
Rehmannia Glutinosa is a perennial herbaceous plant up to 10-30 cm high. The whole plant is pubescent with soft gray-white hairs. The roots are fleshy, spindle-shaped, tuber-shaped, thickened, with a light crust. Stems are straight, almost leafless. The leaves are elongated-obovate, wrinkled, collected in a basal rosette. Flowers are large, funnel-shaped, almost white, purple-violet in the pharynx, collected in a rare apical raceme. The corolla tube is curved, the calyx is cherry-red, longitudinal-furrowed. Fruits are egg-shaped boxes with numerous small seeds. Blooms in March-May. read more

RHODIOLA ROSEA

RHODIOLA ROSEA />
Rhodiola Rosea is a perennial succulent dioecious herbaceous plant with a powerful horizontal rhizome and tender additional roots. Leaves are sessile, alternate, oblong-ovate, elliptical or pointed, plain or serrate-dentate in the upper part. Inflorescence is corymbous, multiflorous. Flowers are yellow, same-sex, four-, rarely five-membered. Fruits are erect and greenish. The flowering time is June-July, the ripening of fruits takes place in July-August. read more

WAX GOURD

WAX GOURD />
Benincasa hispida is a grassy vine in the Cucurbitaceae family. Initially, the plant was cultivated only in the countries of South-East Asia, then it has widely spread in the countries of South and East Asia. The fruits of the wax pumpkin have medicinal properties and are widely used in folk medicine, for example, in China. read more

CORDYCEPS

CORDYCEPS />
Cordyceps Sinensis is a species of fungi from the Ophiocordycipitaceae family. It acts as a parasite and grows on insects. In the warm season, the cordyceps spore penetrates into the larva of one of the butterfly species (Hepialus armoricanus), with the onset of vegetation, this spore is transformed into a root. read more

AMERICAN GINSENG

AMERICAN GINSENG />
Panax Quinquefolius grows in the mountains in the northeast of America and Canada. It has a small rounded shape. It is grown for commercial purposes, therefore wild-growing roots are highly valued and are more expensive. Panax Quinquefolius is the only species of ginseng, which has cooling properties. read more

GENTIANAE

GENTIANAE />
Gentianae Macrophyllae is a perennial herbaceous plant with a thick rhizome and rosette of large basal leaves. Flowers are dark blue, collected in whorls, located on the top of the stem and in the sinuses of the upper leaves. Blossoms from the middle of June to the middle of August. read more

WHITE FUNGUS

WHITE FUNGUS />
Tremella Fuciformis contains 70% of dietary fiber, protein, carbohydrates, fats, fiber, proteins, 18 valuable amino acids (including alanine, valine, tyrosine, proline, spermine, lysine, glycine, serine, glutamic acid, asparagine, cystine, histidine, methionine), minerals and plant glycogen (trehalose, mannitol and pentosan). The mushroom also contains a large amount of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium, sodium, sulfur, and a small amount of B vitamins. read more

MOUTHWATERING AND DELICIOUS MANDARIN

MOUTHWATERING AND DELICIOUS MANDARIN />
A tree of small size, usually not exceeding 4 m in height; By the age of 30, however, can reach a five-meter height. Young shoots are dark green. The leaves are relatively small, ovoid or elliptical. The flowers are single or double in the axils of the leaves. Petals are matte-white, stamens are mostly with underdeveloped anthers and pollen. read more

AILANTHUS

AILANTHUS />
Ailánthus altísima is a tree in the Simaroubaceae family. The tree grows rapidly, reaching a height of 20-30 m, that's why it was called the Tree of Heaven. Leaves are alternate complex, odd-pinnate, up to 60 cm long. Flowers are same-sexed, in paniculate inflorescences up to 20 cm long. Fruit is a samara.  read more

DA XUE TENG PROFILE

DA XUE TENG PROFILE />
Sargentodoxa cuneata is a species of the Lardizabalaceae family. This dioecious curly shrub reaches 10 m in height. Leaves are falling, divided into three parts, located on long petioles. read more

TORMENTILLA

TORMENTILLA />
Potentilla erecta is a perennial herb, 15 to 50 cm height. Rhizome is cylindrical, woody, short, almost horizontal, unevenly thickened, curved or straight. Stem is erect, branching on top. read more

HONEYSUCKLE

HONEYSUCKLE />
Lonicera japonica is a species of the genus (Lonícera) from the family (Caprifoliaceae). It is a semi-evergreen or evergreen, creeping fast-growing liana up to 10 m in length. Young shoots are pubescent. Leaves are ovate-oblong, less often oblong-elliptical, with slightly hairy on both sides, having minute cilia. read more

SUNNY AND ORANGE PERSIMMON

SUNNY AND ORANGE PERSIMMON />
Persimmon fruits contain a large amount of water, ashes, proteins, carbohydrates, organic acids and tannins. This fruit is also rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and iron, as well as vitamins A, C and P. read more

ARISAEMA

ARISAEMA />
Arisaema Amurense is a perennial herbaceous plant, species of the genus Arizema (Arisaema). The plant has 1-3 leaves. Petioles are long, forming a false stem. Leaf blades are trifid or five-fingered. The leaves are sometimes covered with whitish mottlings. Pedicel is shorter than petioles. The spadix is dioecious. Fruit is red, narrow-conical berry. read more