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Synonyms for Saussurea

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Rhodiola rosea of the Canadian Arctic and snow lotus (Saussurea laniceps) of the Tibetan mountains are specifically identified as medicinal species that could face significant threats from climate change.
The tale of the snow lotus certainly has aspects of selective breeding, but in this case, human influence makes a species less desirable to people rather than more so.
Traditional healers in Asia have long prized the snow lotus (Saussurea laniceps), which grows only in the eastern Himalayas.
Law and Salick compared flower patches of the snow lotus in a protected area on a mountain sacred to Tibetans and on common grounds frequently harvested by collectors.