Himalayan Healing Plants Elizabeth Arnold travels to the top of the world, high in the Himalayas, to profile Chinese, Tibetan and American scientists working to chart climate change, and hopefully preserve medicinal plant species sacred to Tibetan Buddhists.

Breathless Work in the High Himalayas

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Sacred Protection for Medicinal Plants

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Saving the Snow Lotus from Extinction

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