Thoughts on the Precarious State of Medicinal Herbs and Plants in the Tibet Autonomous Region and Ideas About Their Protection

in Asian Medicine

This paper, translated from the Tibetan original, presents the author’s viewpoint on the current situation regarding the protection of medicinal herbs and vegetation—the sources of Tibetan medicine—and makes recommendations on measures that should be taken for their protection in the future. The article also includes an appendix listing species names of plants that are A) particularly rare or endangered, and B) the subjects of conservation efforts and/or cultivation trials through the Project to Strengthen Traditional Tibetan Medicine (PSTTM), which is based in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), China.

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Thoughts on the Precarious State of Medicinal Herbs and Plants in the Tibet Autonomous Region and Ideas About Their Protection

in Asian Medicine

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