In India, the herbal medicine craze has been raging for the past few years.
The Indian state of Maharashtra has one of the largest herbal markets in the world and, with it, thousands of small shops selling all sorts of herbal remedies.
But these shops have all been closed for the last few years, because of rising prices and restrictions on what they can sell.
But now, the local herbal medicine supply is booming, thanks to a new wave of visitors who flock to Mumbai every year.
A few of these visitors have taken to the streets of the Indian capital to offer a new kind of local herbal remedy, called mistletoes.
“I’ve been coming to the markets in Mumbai for almost a decade now and never before did I come to a shop that was so full of herbal medicine,” says Pramod Kumar, who heads a team of about 15 herbal medicine experts.
They’ve been offering herbal medicine at the market since 2007.
The market is one of those that attract many different kinds of tourists.
Many of them come for the experience of the shops and the beauty of the surrounding landscape, Kumar says.
“We’re trying to attract people from all walks of life, from middle-class people to working class people, all over the country.”
This new generation of tourists is now finding that it’s easier to buy herbal remedies at the herbal markets than at the grocery stores or the drug stores.
And the herbalists and their patients are happy to be helping them.
“There are some very young and old people in the market,” says Kumar.
“Some of the older people have been here for a long time, and they’re really patient and they want to give their customers the best experience.”
And Kumar is very proud of his team of herbalists.
“The patients here are very friendly and they don’t mind giving us their advice,” he says.
He says that he doesn’t have a large team of the experts working at his market, but he does have a team that is dedicated to giving out the best herbal medicine in India.
“These are the people that have been helping us for the first time,” he adds.
Kumar says that the market is the perfect place to give out herbal remedies, because the vendors are often so busy and the crowds are so small that there is always a good supply of herbs for sale.
Kumar’s team is trying to keep up with the demand for herbal medicines, but also to keep the quality of the product high.
He offers herbal medicines at various price points.
The most popular herbal remedies in Mumbai are the black tea and ginger root medicines, which are made with ginger and black tea.
Kumar gives a detailed overview of how the black and ginger products are made.
He also tells us how he makes the herbal medicines for his customers at the tea and herbal market.
He uses a special blend of ginger and tea for each herbal medicine.
The blend is a mixture of black tea, ginger, honey and white tea, with a very high percentage of black and white and a very low percentage of white.
Kumar explains how he blends each tea, how much ginger he uses, and when he will add ginger.
He explains that the black powder and the black leaves make the herbal remedies stronger.
He then offers the customers a variety of herbal medicines.
“Sometimes we give them black tea to make the medicine stronger, sometimes we give ginger and white for the ginger, and sometimes we will give black tea or white tea for the black,” he explains.
Kumar is also using different herbal medicines to help treat different kinds the diseases of different people.
He has tested the efficacy of different herbal remedies on patients, and he uses different kinds and kinds of medicines in different diseases.
He tells us that one of his patients, who suffers from asthma, uses one of these herbal medicines daily to treat the disease.
“A lot of people are coming to us for different ailments, like diabetes, heart problems, asthma,” Kumar says, adding that he is trying hard to provide herbal remedies for everyone.
Kumar has been doing herbal medicine for more than a decade and he has a lot of experience in the field.
He is also the owner of a business in Mumbai.
He used to sell herbal medicine but decided to start a herbal shop to help others in need of a natural remedy.
Kumar runs his herbal shop from his home in a small place near Mumbai’s city center.
He started selling herbal remedies and herbs from his shop because he was tired of going to the grocery store or drug store for a prescription.
“It was really hard,” Kumar explains.
“You can’t buy medicines at the pharmacies, or the hospitals or anywhere, because they are so expensive.”
And, Kumar admits, he has to pay a premium for the herbal product.
“But if I’m selling something for less than five rupees, I can sell it for 100 rupees,” he admits.
Kumar started offering herbal remedies a few years ago, and now his customers are more and more coming