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Microstylis muscifera (Jeevak): Highly Therapeutic and Endangered Orchid

@article{Raturi2017MicrostylisM,
  title={Microstylis muscifera (Jeevak): Highly Therapeutic and Endangered Orchid},
  author={R. Raturi and Gunpreet Kaur Vikas Gupta and M. Singhal and P. Bansal},
  journal={Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={6}
}
In ancient times, Ashwani Kumars (Ayurvedic wonder healers) have been said to see the old, frail and emaciated body of Rishi Chyawan and decided to rejuvenate his body through medication by incorporating Ashtawarga, a group of eight medicinal plants in a “Leham” (a semi solid formulation) and did the miracle of rejuvenating the body of Rishi Chyawan as youthful. Since then after the name of Rishi Chyawan, the preparation was called as Chyawanprash and has been a favorite and most demanded… Expand

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