By S.V.S. Dhananjay Srivastava By | 10 November 2017 14:05:05For a long time, people in India have been growing astraea (Astragalos chrysophylla) in a similar manner as in the US.
However, this time around, people have grown it from the ground up and they have created a new variety, which is called organic astraea.
According to an article published in the Indian Medical Journal (IMD), the astraean plant is growing well and is being used to make a range of new products for children.
In a recent study, children with ADHD, who had previously been prescribed medication for ADHD, were given the plant and were found to have improved concentration, attention, and motor skills.
While the plant can be used to treat ADHD, it also helps children with asthma.
Scientists in India are also looking to the plant for other benefits, and have been testing it in mice.
The study showed that the mice were able to learn more complex tasks such as swimming and climbing.
This was important because asthma sufferers need a lot of physical activity, so the plant also helps to support the lungs.
Astraga is one of India’s most popular medicinal plants, which are used to control fevers and allergies in children.
According to the Indian Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there are over 10,000 plant varieties in India, of which over 2,000 are listed as therapeutic.
Although the plant has a low toxicity, there are reports of the plant being used in some cases to treat heart diseases.
Despite these health benefits, some people are worried about the use of astraeas, because it is an invasive species.
An article in the Hindu reported that in the past few years, people are becoming increasingly worried about invasive species that are being imported into India from overseas, as some of them can be dangerous to people and the environment.