E Arisaema thunbergii (Araceae) PDF

Back to previous
  1. Common name(s)

    Hu Chang

  2. Data Views

    Total Uses: 20
      CSV  Excel  PDF

    Click on column headings to sort table by that column
    Use Reference
    Abscess China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Abscess China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Alterative China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Analgesic China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Anesthetic China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Apoplexy China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Bite(Bug) China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Deobstruent China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Discutient China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Diuretic China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Epilepsy China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Expectorant China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Hemiplegia China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Poison China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Poison China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Spasm China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Swelling China Keys, J.D. 1976. Chinese Herbs. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Tokyo.
    Swelling China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Tumor China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.
    Vulnerary China Shih-chen, Li. 1973. Chinese medinal herbs. Georgetown Press, San Francisco.