An Illustrated Chinese Materia Medica

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English Name Index
abalone shell (Shi Jue Ming), 346
acorus (Shi Chang Pu), 44
agastache (Huo Xiang), 48
agrimonia herb (Xian He Cao), 50
akebia fruit (Yu Zhi Zi), 54
akebia stem (Guan MuTong), 100
aloe (Lu Hui), 62
amber (Hu Po), 618
American ginseng root (Xi Yang Shen), 464
amur cork-tree bark (Huang Bai), 476
andrographis (Chuan Xin Lian), 76
angelica root (Bai Zhi), 82
anemarrhena rhizome (Zhi Mu), 78
anteater scales (Chuan Shan Jia), 418
antelope horn (Ling Yang Jiao), 562
aquilana (Chen Xiang), 88
areca peel (Da Fu Pi), 94
areca seeds (Bing Lang), 92
argy wormwood (Ai Ye), 108
ark shell (Wa Leng Zi), 680
arnebia root (Zi Cao), 104
aromatic madder (Xiang Ru), 278
asarum (Xi Xin), 112
asiatic moonseed rhizome (Bei Dou Gen), 426
ass-hide glue (A Jiao), 284
astragalaus (Huang Qi), 120
astragalus seed (Sha Yuan Zi), 118
atractylodes rhizome (Bai Zhu), 124
atractylodes rhizome (Cang Zhu), 122
baical skullcap root (Huang Qin), 582
balloon flower root (Jie Geng), 500
bamboo shavings (Zhu Ru), 128
barbary wolfberry fruit (Gou Qi Zi), 402
barley sprout (Mai Ya), 352
bellflower root (Nan Sha Shen), 46
belvedere cypress fruit (Di Fu Zi), 366
bezoar (Niu Huang), 142
Biserrat angelica root (Du Huo), 80
bistort rhizome (Quan Shen), 510
bitter apricot seed (Ku Xing Ren), 522
bitter orange fruit (Zhi Qiao), 192
black cardamon seeds (Yi Zhi Ren), 68
black cohosh rhizome (Sheng Ma), 180
black sesame seeds (Hei Zhi Ma), 586
blackberry lily rhizome (She Gan), 132
blackend swallowwort root (Bai Wei), 238
bletilla rhizome (Bai Ji), 136
blister beetle (Ban Mao), 673

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 3
  • Illustrated Materia Medica 31
  • Appendix 671
  • Selected Bibliography 683
  • Glossary 685
  • Latin (Pharmaceutical) Name Index 695
  • English Name Index 701
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