In the highlands of the Himalayas, there is an unsurpassed herb found in ‘Yarashagumba’ which is not used in India but it is used as a natural steroid in China. Due to its energetic ability to increase power, these athletes in China, especially athletes Is given. Seeing this utility of this herb, large-scale local people are exploiting and trafficking in Pithoragarh and Dharchula area because it offers a fair price in China. Even in its collections and those involved in the
Understandably, it is a kind of wild mushroom that grows by killing a particular insect caterpillar that is caterpillars. The scientific name of this plant is
A team of Indian Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, located in Dehradun recently returned from studying it. Dr. Nirmal Sudhir Harsh, head of the Forest Pathology department at FRI, explains, “The roots are found in areas of
It is not easy to find it. The team of FRI, which has identified its remote areas for this, said its associate research associate Kumar Khuneja, who has experienced the experience, “After 10-day trekking from Dharchula, we barely reached there but local People had already camped there.
If this does not happen in the headlines, then in the recent times, it was not a fight for the search, and it was the first to break records of China’s female athletes in the Stuartgard World Championship in the 1,500 meters, three thousand meters and ten thousand meters. Afterward, large-scale Their trainer Ma Junren told the reporters that he has been consumed regularly by the Yarashagumbuda. That is said, 3-4 years ago where it was Gus was sold for four lakh rupees per kg, and now its price has gone up to eight to 10 lakh per kilogram.
The botanist Dr. AN Shukla says, “Nutritional elements such as proteins, peptides, amino acids, vitamin B-1, B-2,
According to the sources, tonic, which is now being prepared by the insects and insects, is also being prepared which have a huge demand. “It is so important to all these reasons that the secret business is continuing. Unlike Uttarakhand’s chief forest conservator SS Rawat