Taiwan unveils new orchid species for use as Chinese medicine
Taipei, May 23 (CNA) The Council of Agriculture (COA) on Wednesday unveiled a new orchid species for use in traditional Chinese medicine, saying it took eight years to breed and contains high levels of polysaccharides that are good for people in chemotherapy.
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