Yarshagumba, also known as Yarcha-gumba in English, is a caterpillar fungus. Ophiocordyceps Sinensis is its scientific name. Yarshagumba grows in meadows between 3,500 and 5,000 meters in Nepal, Bhutan, India, and China. China is the world's leading producer of Yarsh Gumba. It accounts for 95 percent of global demand. Nepal is the world's second-largest producer, behind India. Bhutan is the country's fourth-largest producer. It is also the most costly biological resource on the planet. It is, in fact, more costly than gold. This herb is usually purchased by men in order to increase their masculinity. Here are the top 9 countries where Yarshagumba is exported from Nepal.
*The ranking is done based on data collected from the Ministry of Finance.