Demand, speculators threaten Chinese medicine plants

China may have begun overfishing the raw material base for its traditional medicines. Industry groups want to establish a reserve to ensure a future for the business as some natural resources, including Ginseng, are exploited. More than 150 traditional Chinese medicine plants are now considered endangered. Story

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