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Snow lotus

snow lotus benefits

Snow Lotus (Saussurea laniceps and S. involucrata)

Snow lotus among the mountains of Tibet

The snow lotus (Saussurea laniceps) is a high altitude plant (over 12,000 feet above sea level) with brilliant white flowers appearing over dark green leaves which grow through the rocks of mountain peaks. The whole plant is harvested in July and August to yield the herb that is used as a tonic for weakness, a therapy for menstrual disorders, and a remedy for arthritis. It grows in Tibet, Sichuan, Sinkiang, and Qinghai. Although S. laniceps is the commonly designated plant, other species of Saussurea growing in the mountains are used interchangeably, including: Saussurea involucrata, S. medusa, S. gossypiphora, S. polylada, S. tridactyla, S. gnaphaloides, S. kingii, S. obvallata, S. tangutica, S. globosa, S. longifolia. In fact, Saussurea involucrata is most often used in Chinese medicine as a source of snow lotus because it can be found growing at somewhat lower altitudes, in snowy peaks throughout China, including the Huangshan Mountains of Anhui.Due to the harsh environment of the snow lotus and the strong demand for its use in traditional herbalism, the snow lotus has become quite rare. Therefore, efforts have been made to protect it and develop cultivation. For example, the Lijiang Botanic Garden and Research Station in Yunnan Province has developed a research program aimed at the conservation of alpine plant species from the region. Intensive scientific research will be carried out on the propagation and cultivation of these plants and the best means of securing the survival and recovery of endangered plants. Particular emphasis will be paid to establishing propagation and cultivation of species that are presently being collected from the wild for medicinal purposes. Read More

Cordyceps sinensis

Cordyceps sinensis benefits

Cordyceps sinensis has been described as a medicine in old Chinese medical books and Tibetan medicine.It was found that most local folk healers/traditional healers use cordyceps for the treatment of 21 ailments.The fungus Cordyceps sinensis has been described in old Chinese medical books from ancient times, and is also found in Tibetan medicine. It grows only in high-altitude regions of about 3800 m above sea level,in cold, grassy, alpine meadows of the Himalayan mountains. The fungus is parasitic in nature.Sinensis is an annual Ascomycetes fungus closely related to the mushroom. Although not actually a mushroom taxonomically, it has been described as an exotic medicinal mushroom in traditional Chinese and Tibetan medicine. Read More

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Shilajit cure of thousands diseases & weakness. About 50 million years ago, the Indian continent collided into Asia and formed the Himalayan mountain range. As the mountains formed, tropical forests were crushed and compacted between massive boulders. The compressed forests gradually transformed into a nutrient- and mineral-rich biomass loaded with medicinal humic and fulvic acids. Now, every summer as the mountains warm, India’s most prized herbal remedy literally oozes from these biomass resins in the high mountain crevasses.

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Himalaya herbal healthcare

Himalaya herbal healthcare

Himalaya herbal healthcare medical system is one of the world’s oldest known medical traditions. It is an integral part of Tibetan culture and has been developed through many centuries. We believe that the origin of the Tibetan medical tradition is as old as civilization itself.Because humankind has depended on nature for sustenance and survival, the instinctive urge to health and accumulated knowledge has guided us to discover certain remedies for common ailments from natural sources. Read More

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