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AbstractTibet’s wild fungus cordyceps (Ophiocordyceps sinensis), a prized commodity in metropolitan China, has been undergoing changes in the way it is traded and marketed in Tibet. Prized as a medicinal tonic and high-value gift, the parasitic fungus has traditionally been traded in its dried...
AbstractThe introduction of naturopathy in India can be traced back to the colonial period when it was fielded in resistance to the growing prominence of biomedicine. Reporting the findings of an empirical study conducted in two naturopathy centers in Delhi, this article explores its...
AbstractThis article explores a reactionary, and ultimately failed, medical dietary movement that sought to counter the influence of Western nutritional sciences at the turn of the twentieth century. Its supporters looked to the early modern past to create a vision of traditional Japanese...
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