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Father du Halde surprises me with this one: In the Chinese apothecaries, Levites with lunar skulls bustle like so many Cornailles around delicate hanging scales tracing figures in the air, to deliver you ten grams of the salutary mandrake for the price of a hundred grams of gold.
It was the Chinese aphrodisiac: They died of it. Raised to the rank of divinities by their exploits, they were called back by the jealous or curious gods. The eighteenth century, which took an interest in such things, gave a great reputation to ginseng. There is an old Korean saying: If woman take ginseng, it is painful for the man. If man and woman take ginseng, it is painful for the bed.
And if humans take too much ginseng, it is painful for the earth. Jesuit chastity and Marxist austerity agree to underscore other medical properties of ginseng. This must be understood in the absolute: With ginseng, the verb to heal must be used like the verb to rain. Ginseng is good for many things. Let us make a list: Various guide books from the s to today. What is an afterbrain? Father du Halde consents nonetheless to get into detail, but the detail soon covers the whole and overflows it: By Train Through China describes the novel: Theroux continues, quoting the moral of the story: But the seventh wonder of Korea, more wonderful still than the art of the ginseng gardeners, is the work of the builders.
It takes fifty years to complete a ginseng plant five thousand, says the Hsi yu chi but only five days to complete a street — five weeks to build a house — five months to transform a neighborhood. Korea grows like a plant in a movie. Ginseng gardeners are an exercise in patience and care, for it is a fickle plant which enjoys shade, particular types of soil physical and chemical properties, and love from the farmer.
But it can also bring out the opposite in people. In the Appalachians of the US, men have killed over ginseng. A Pyongyang Home Companion is a guide to daily life in Korea: The importance of modesty and etiquette at important locations. Known in China as Qixi, this holiday has a melancholic meaning in North Korea.