Kuchay is an herb used in traditional herbal medicine for treating ailments such as depression, muscle pain and inflammation.
It is also used to treat heart problems, diabetes, and some cancers.
The Kuchays unique blend of the plant, which is also known as ‘bitter tea’, is used as a medication and a treatment for a range of ailments.
However, it has also been associated with a range a cancers, liver diseases, and neurological disorders, as well as cancer-causing substances, like benzene and dioxins.
As such, it is illegal to sell Kuchaya herbal medicine without a prescription from a doctor.
However Kuchaiya, which has been in business for around a decade, is currently selling herbal remedies on the black market.
Adivasi, or people who are indigenous to India and live in the rural areas, are a growing market for Kuchya, as the herb is used for treating various ailments, including diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
A lot of these ailments, which range from common to life-threatening, can be attributed to the consumption of Kucha leaves.
“There is a market for herbal medicines, but there are people who can’t afford them,” said Nirmala Natarajan, a research fellow at the Institute of Medical Sciences in Bengaluru.
According to her, the Kuchyas herb can be used as both a medicine and as a supplement to conventional medicines, though it has not been used as such.
She said that Kuchiyas use of herb as a medicinal product has been around for centuries.
The Kuchiya herbal medicine is a natural product, and the plant has been cultivated for centuries, she said.
Natarajanan added that the use of Kucha as a medicine is very popular in the region, as a result of its medicinal properties.
Kuchya herbal medicine has been a popular medicinal product in rural areas for centuries because of its high concentration of the bitterest herb, which can be easily used to alleviate pain and stress.
However, its popularity in rural India is not without controversy, as it is a popular source of income for the country.
As a result, it can be illegal to distribute or sell Kucha herbal medicine outside the country without a doctor’s prescription.
This has led to many Kuchakas being sold for the highest price in the world, with some herbalists charging as much as $1,000 for a single dose of Kuchi.
While the Kuchi is a naturally occurring herb, there are also a few known toxins in Kuchia leaves that can cause health problems, including the neurotoxin thiamine mononitrate, which causes neurological disorders.
Another issue is that it has been linked to the proliferation of parasitic worms, which cause neurological disorders and cancer in humans.
These issues have led to Kuchys prohibition from being sold outside India, despite the fact that many Kuchi and Kuchas herbal products are grown in India.
It is also illegal to grow Kuchi for its medicinal uses outside of India, which makes it extremely difficult to source from farmers who have a legal license to grow it in their fields.
In India, Kuchies are a highly sought-after product, with over 2.4 million kilograms being grown in the country, according to the Centre for Science and Environment (CSWE), which is an NGO that promotes biodiversity and environmental sustainability.
India is the largest producer of Kutch, a leaf that is used in many herbal medicines and supplements.
There are around 1.7 million Kuchis in India, according the CSWE, and around 20 percent of the total cultivated Kuchin in India are exported to other countries.