Global Intelligent Transportation Chain Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine: Taking the Anti-Tumor and Other Effect of Ginseng as an Example in Global Production and Salesand Economic Discussion

Zihan Wang, Yihan Liao, Jinhan Guo, Yi Qin


The global sale of TCM is in line with China's national policy. The therapeutic concept of Chinese medicine has an avant-garde guiding role in the world. We need to design related intelligent production chain, which is of great help to the internationalization of TCM. Therefore, we have designed and analyzed it. Ginseng has strong anti-tumor capability. Therefore, we try to analyze the relevant data and discuss it in the light of economics.


Traditional Chinese Medicine; Ginseng; Oncology; Medicine; Economics

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/rcsm.v4.i2.3038


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