Use of Jiaogulan has been found in written text, dating as far back as the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), where it is native to the high mountainous regions of southern China. In the province of Guizhou near Fanjing Mountain ( one of China’s Sacred Buddhist Mountains), the herb was named xiancao(仙草) which means Immortal(仙) Grass(草). Modern research has found compounds in this plant, with a similar structure to those found in Ginseng.
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