When a plant gets a name, its medicine

Harar medicinal plants have long been known as a potent source of vitamins and other essential nutrients for Tibetan communities.

Now, they are a favorite source of healthful plants to give to people suffering from ailments, like diarrhea and chronic fatigue.

The plant also contains anti-inflammatory properties and has anti-depressant and anti-cancer properties.

The name comes from the ancient word for a person’s medicine, “chirah.”

“When we heard the name, we felt a little bit of gratitude and also a little excitement,” said Argyal Gyatso, director of the Tibetan Department of Pharmacology at the University of California, Berkeley.

“It was a big leap for us.

We wanted to help the people who need it.”

The plant’s roots have been found in parts of Tibet, Nepal, and Nepal.

It is cultivated in China and Vietnam, but not in Tibet.

In the Himalayas, where the plant was discovered, it grows in the mountains of southern Tibet, in the Indian subcontinent, and in the far northeast of China.

It grows on the highest mountain of Everest, and its leaves are used in Chinese medicine to treat malaria.

The roots of the plant can be harvested, processed, and consumed.

Harar has a rich history in the Tibetan culture, said Dr. Yegon Suryal, an assistant professor of biology and environmental sciences at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

He said the name was chosen by the team of scientists who studied Harar and its roots in the past.

The team was led by Dr. Suryaprakash Chomakoff, a former student of Harar.

Hara is the name of the main flower, which is the seed of the flower, the researchers said.

Hari is the ancient name for the plant and it is used to honor people of great merit, said Chomackoff.

Haras name also comes from ancient Sumerian, Sanskrit, Chinese, and Japanese words, he said.

It has a Sanskrit name, which means “trees of a god,” he said, referring to Harar’s roots.

The study was published online in the journal Nature Communications.

It was sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Health, which has been supporting the research in China.

The Harar plant was used to make a traditional Chinese medicine called “Tibetans Way,” said Chomskoff.

A traditional Chinese treatment for diarrhea.

Chomacks work with Harar plants to treat diarrhea, the scientists said.

They say they are also using the plant to treat diseases including malaria, pneumonia, and colds, which are common in China today.

The research was funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, according to the Chinese government.

The project is led by scientists at the National Cancer Institute of China and by Chinese scientists working with Hara.

The researchers were led by researchers from the Chinese Institute of Nanotechnology and Nanoparticles, which was supported by the NIGMS.