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Heshouwu, derived from the root of Polygonum multiflorum (=Fallopia multiflora), is widely used in the Chinese medicine market as a traditional tonic. The emergence of heshouwu material with a human shape reflects a pursuit of its supplementing effects. However, reports of Heshouwu toxicity have repeatedly surfaced in recent years, attracting widespread(More)
The historical evolving examples of the confirmation of therapeutic efficacy of some Chinese materia medica, the social fashion of using medicine, and the processing methods of Chinese materia medica indicate that the social trend of thoughts, customs and economic factors in different ages affected the various aspects of Chinese materia medica. So, Chinese(More)
Inherited from the heritage of her family, Tan Yunxian read of medical works day and night. After practicing, it was said that "she always get wonderful therapeutic effects in treating those females who refuse to see a male physician". As one of the few women physicians in history, she left down Nu yi za yan which altogether 31 case reports are included,(More)
Shaoxing Bencao, wrote by WANG Jixian in South Song dynasty (1159), is a classic Chinese medicine book which aims to revise herb properties described in former literature. There are 371 items in the book evaluating herb properties recorded in books about herbs. Keeping those the thought right, correcting those he thought wrong, complementing those missed(More)
The Mai fu jie yi (Decipherment of Pulse-taking in Verse) which was long lost, has been found existed in Zhen mai xu zhi (Introduction to Pulse-taking) This 5-volume extant citation has been allegedly claimed to be compiled by book merchants and contains several pulse works written by Wu Zhongguang, because Wu's book is included as the 1st volume of the(More)
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