Revitalizing drink: An assessment of traditional knowledge system in Bhotiya community of Central Himalayas, India

@inproceedings{Purohit2002RevitalizingDA,
  title={Revitalizing drink: An assessment of traditional knowledge system in Bhotiya community of Central Himalayas, India},
  author={Aditya Narain Purohit and Rakesh Kumar Maikhuri and K. Sreeranjani Subba Rao and Sunil Nautiyal},
  year={2002}
}
Bhotiya cOlllmuniti es inhabiting the higher aitillides of the Central Himalayas use traditional tea th roughout the year and consider it ve ry energeti c and nutriti ve for hea lth. A variety of wild pl al1ls and their different parts, i.e. bark of Taxlis bacca/a subsp. \Vallieilialla, dry leaves of Bergellia ligllia/{[. gum of Be/lila lI/ili.l· and fresh leaves of Origalllllll vlligare, are used in tradit ional tea preparation. Among the species used in traditional tea preparation. T. baccaw… CONTINUE READING

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