3 people who went to pick the most valuable woolly worm mushroom died in an avalanche

In Nepal, three members of a team climbing a mountain to pick Yarshagumba (caterpillar fungus), a valuable caterpillar fungus, died after falling down a mountain. The accident happened in Karnali province of Nepal. The avalanche occurred near Chyarkhu Pass in Mugu district on Saturday morning. The victims were those who went to collect a special mushroom called Yarshagumba. According to the information given by the officials, 14 people of Patarasi Municipality went to pick mushrooms.

What is a woolly mushroom?

Yarshagumba (caterpillar fungus).
8000 rupees per 10 grams of woolly mushroom. It is found in the Himalayan region. It is the most valuable mushroom in the Tibetan region. It will be about the size of a matchstick. This mushroom is a medicine for diseases like anemia, tuberculosis, cough, back pain, knee pain. It is used as a medicine for inflammation and pain. It is also used as food.

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