Nepal Herbs is a collective trademark created in 2015 with the object to authenticate Nepal's Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) products and enhance product recognition. The collective trademark will help to maintain common standards of Nepali herbal product while marketing these products in national and international markets.
Nepal Herbs Collective Trademark was developed in collaboration between the Herbal Entrepreneur Association of Nepal (HEAN), Jadibuti Association of Nepal (JABAN) and Nepal Herbs and Herbal Products Association (NEHHPA) through the IN-MAPs project of the government, in alignment with the Nepal Trade Integration Strategy (NTIS).
The Nepal Herbs logo informs the consumer that the product is 100% of nepali origin and that it respects strict quality standards.
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Scientific Name: Paris Polyphylla Smith
Nepali Name: Satuwa
Perennial herb about 50 cm t high, rhizome hard, growing elliptically. Leaves petioled, in a whorl at the top of the stem, 14 to 16 cm long, 4 to 6 cm wide, lanceolate, long pointed, dark green. Flowers solitary, yellowish.