Micang Mountain Tea: China National Product of Geographical Indication, with the features of sword-like flat shape, jade-like color, long-lasting smell, bright yellow-green tea, fresh and sweet taste, and bright yellow-green leaf base. It has won the first prize and excellence prize of "China Tea Cup", the gold prize of Guangyuan First "Micang Mountain Cup", and other awards. In 2009, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China reviewed and decided to protect Micang Mountain Tea with China National Product of Geographical Indication.
"Baby Fish" on Hanshan Mountain: its English common name is giant salamander, a wildlife under state second class protection. Data show that the giant salamander is a rare species which lived 300 million years ago with dinosaurs and survived; it is also the largest existing amphibian animal, known as the "living fossil"; it has very high academic research, medical and edible values.
Wangcang Chestnut: Wangcang chestnut nuts are rich in carotene and a variety of beneficial trace elements and amino acids, mainly conducive to the body's indicators, ranking first among chestnuts in China.
Mumen Fermented Glutinous Rice: it is made from Mumen's sweet spring water and excellent with the traditional technology and modern creative technologies. It is sweet, delicious, fragrant, pleasant and unique and can be eaten whether it is cold or is heated.
Wangcang Eucommia: traditional Chinese medicine, China National Product of Geographical Indication. The dried bark of Eucommia is commonly used for production of genuine Chinese herbal medicine in Sichuan. Its leaves can be used for producing health tea and for extracting guttapercha. Chinese patent medicines with Eucommia as the main raw material are reputed in all countries in Southeast Asian countries and Hong Kong and Macao.