Fight over ‘Viagra’ collected from Uttrakhand has two villages up in arms | Costs $ 50,000 per pound

The Hush Post | 14:50 | One-minute read

Two villages of Uttrakhand are fighting over Himalayan Viagra. Locally known as ‘Keeda Jadi’ the Himalayan Viagra costs $ 50,000 a pound in international market. The price compares it to the things like gold, platinum and diamonds.

‘Keeda Jadi’ enhances you performance in the bed and delays erectile dysfunction or lack of sexual urge. It keeps one up and about for at least one full day.

This is why for the last couple of years Bui and Pato villages of Pithoragarh district are up in arms against each other. Both villages claim that Keeda Jadi collected from Ralam and Rajrambha bugyals (meadows) belongs to them.

After so many warnings to sort out the differences, the district administration has now been forced to impose section 145 of CrPC (order to prevent a breach of peace over a dispute related to immovable property.)

Residents of both the villages claim that Ralam meadow comes under the jurisdiction of van panchayat and that others are not authorised to collect keeda jadi from the area.

Keeda Jadi which is called caterpillar fungus in English is the most expensive fungi in the world. A few years back the Himalayan Viagra had led to violence in Nepal too which resulted into deaths of locals.

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