jeevani

jeevani

Ethnobotany
An active ingredient of Trichopus zeylnicus, a plant known to the Kani tribe in the southern state of Kerala in India as an instant source of energy; it is believed by some workers to be superior to ginseng as it does not have steroid activity.
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Jeevani Siriwardena, Director General of the Export Development Board (EDB) of Sri Lanka on the agreement between the EDB with Canada's Trade Facilitation Office (TFO).
Sources said that Pakistan coast guards during checking of different vehicles and buses at Jeevani and Shah Jehan posts apprehended 68 people that were tried to go Iran illegally.
This is not the first time that reports of his death have surfaced as most Pakistani TV channels and media outlets reported his killing along with two of his Iranian friends near Pak-Iran border area of Jeevani in May last year.
Corresponding author: Jeevani Windhya Jayasinghe (jeevani@wyb.
Jeevani Wickramaratna once described herself as the "office cougar," but now she is just another jailhouse inmate.
La bebida Jeevani, cuya base es la arogypaacha, es un antiestres y antifatiga empleado en el deporte.
For example, members of the Kani tribe of Kerala, India, receive a share of license fees for the manufacture of products from Jeevani (Trichopus zeylanicus travancoricus), a plant thought to boost energy.
The traditional knowledge that the Kani tribe provided led to the development of India's wonder drug Jeevani, which is known to enhance immunity levels and has anti-fatigue and anti-stress properties.
Missing out on her baby daughter's first birthday was just one of the sacrifices Jeevani Goonetillake made to complete her PhD in computer science.
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It is being predicted by international metrologists that after Muscat-Oman and Chabahar-Iran, the cyclone will harshly lash Jeevani, Gunz, Ormara and Gaddani in Balochistan and then Karachi, he said.