Tiger Image on Medicinal Plasters Serve as a Cue for Traditional MedicineConsumers

@inproceedings{Liu2015TigerIO,
  title={Tiger Image on Medicinal Plasters Serve as a Cue for Traditional MedicineConsumers},
  author={Zhao Lin Liu and Zhigang Jiang},
  year={2015}
}
In the past, Musk and Tiger Bone Plaster (Tiger Bone Plaster for shorter) was one of most common nonprescription Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Since 1993, China banned all trade in tiger bones and its derivatives in 1993. Musk deer were up-listed as Category I State Key Protected Wild Animal Species in China in 2002. The plaster manufactures changed the prescription of Tiger Bone Plaster and used synthetic musk and herb medicines and changed the name of Tiger Bone Plaster to “Musk and… CONTINUE READING

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