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Yarshagumba: protecting a potent trade

Yarshagumba - the so-called "Himalayan Viagra" - is a highly-prized fungus found in the remote highlands of Nepal. With the help of a Kathmandu-based NGO, forest communities have started to regulate the harvesting in order to protect the forests and their livelihoods.
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