Divaricate Saposhnikovia

Divaricate Saposhnikovia Organic Radix Saposhnikoviae (Rhizoma) Latin name:Radix Saposhnikoviae English name: Divaricate Saposhnikovia Root Chinese name: Fang Feng The source is from the root of Saposhnikoviae divaricata (Turcz.) Schischk, family Umbelliferae. Its producing areas are mainly in those of Northeast China, Hebei, Sichuan, and Yunnan, etc.. Divaricate Saposhnikovia Rootis the dried root of Saposhnikovia divaricata (Turcz.) Schischk. (Fam. Umbelliferae). Functions:…

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Common Andrographis

Common Andrographis Common Andrographis Herb is the dried aerial part of Andrographis paniculate (Burm. f.) Nees (Fam. Acanthaceae). Action: To remove heat, couteract toxicity, and induce subsidence of swelling. Indications: Influenza with fever, sore throat, ulcers in the mouth or on the tongue; acute or chronic cough; colitis, dysentery; urinary infection with difficult painful urination; carbuncles, sores, venomous snake bite….

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Discolor Cinquefoil Herb

  Discolor Cinquefoil Herb 1, English name: Discolor cinquefoil herb Extract -2, Latin name: Potentilla discolor Bunge -3, Used Part: Dried root or whol -1, English name: Discolor cinquefoil herb Extract -2, Latin name: Potentilla discolor Bunge -3, Used Part: Dried root or whole herb -4, Active Ingredients & Specifications: 5:1, 10:1 Mainly contain tannin and flavonoid, etc. -5, Test…

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Heartleaf Houttuynia Herb

Heartleaf Houttuynia Herb Heartleaf Houttuynia Herb is the dried aerial part of Houttuynia cordata Thunb. (Fam. Saururaceae). Action: To remove toxic heat, to promote the drainange of pus, and to relieve dysuria. Indications: Lung abscess with purulent expectoration; heat in the lung with cough and dyspnea; acute dysentery; acute urinary infection; carbuncles and sores. Usage: To be boiled briefly; of…

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Mimosa

Mimosa [media id=7 width=500 height=400] Herba Mimosae Pudicae (United Kingdom) Sensitiveplant Herb Alias – sexual shame grass, grass induction. Sources – for the legumes Mimosa Mimosa pudica L. in the whole plant. Plant morphology – or semi-perennial shrub, up to 1m. Multi-branched stem, Bianti scattered hair or sharp thorn barb. 2 back to pinnate compound leaf, pinna 2 ~ 4,…

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Hairyvein Agrimonia

Hairyvein Agrimonia Hairyvein Agrimonia Herb is the dried aerial part of Agrimonia pilosa Ledeb.(Fam. Rosaceae). Action: To arrest bleeding, to stop malaria attacks, to relieve dysentery, and to counteract toxicity. Indications: Hemoptysis, bematemesis, abnormal uterine bleeding; malaria; dysentery with bloody stools; overstrain; boils and sores; pudental itching with excessive leukorrhea. Usage:Appropriate quantity for external use. extract, agrimonia, herb, hairyvein, hairyvein…

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Songaria Cynomorium

Songaria Cynomorium Songaria Cynomorium Herb is the dried fleshy stem of Cynomorium songaricum Rupr. (Fam. Cynomoiaceae). Action: To reinforce the kidney yang, to replenish vital essence and blood, and to relax bowels. Indications: Aching and weakness of the loins and knees, impotence, spermatorrhea, constipation. extract, cynomorium, herb, songaria, songaria cynomorium, cynomorium herb, herb extract, songaricum, cynomorium songaricum, rupr, songaricum rupr,…

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Sweet Wormwood

Sweet Wormwood Sweet Wormwood Herb is the dried aerial part of Artemisia annua L. (Fam. Compositae). The Drug is collected in autumn on flowering, removed from the older stems, and dried in the shade. Action: To remove summer-heat, to relieve consumptive fever, and to stop malarial attacks. Indications: Fever caused by summerheat; afternoon fever in deficiency of yin or in…

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Tokyo Violet Herb

Tokyo Violet Herb Tokyo Violet Herb is the dried herb of Viola yedoensis Makino (Fam. Violaceae). Action: To remove toxic heat, reduce heat from blood and induce subsidence of swelling. Indications: Carbuncles, boils, erysipelas and other cutaneous and subcutaneous pyogenic infections; venomous snake-bite. Usage: For external use, appropriate quantity of the fresh herb to be pounded into paste and applied…

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