- 1 Nomenclature
- 2 Historical Use of Allium chinense
- 3 Background
- 4 Pharmaceutical Information
- 5 Evidence or the Use of Allium chinense in the Treatment of Epilepesy
- 6 Safety
Historical Use of Allium chinense
Allium chinense in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Chinese Name (pinyin): Xiebai
Chinese Name :
Common Name :Macrostem Onion
Specific Name : Bulbus Allii Macrostemi
Collection : The drug is collected in summer and autumn, washed clean, removed from fibrous root, steamed thoroughly in boiling water and dried in the sun.
Description : Irregularly ovoid, 0.5-1.5cm high, 0.5-1.8cm in diameter. Externally yellowish-white or pale yellowish brown, crumpled, transluscent, bearing whitish membranous scales, bulge plateau at the base. Texture: hard, horny. Odor: alliaceous, taste: slightly pungent.Action: to remove retained phlegm from the chest, promote the flow of qi and relieve its stagnation.
Action : To remove the retained phlegm from the chest, promote the flow of qi and relieve its stagnation.
Indication : angina pectoris; cough and dyspnea caused by retained phlegm; tenesmus in dysentery
Dosage : 5 to 9 g.
Storage : Preserve in a dry place, protected from moth.
Synonymns for Allium chinense
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Evidence or the Use of Allium chinense in the Treatment of Epilepesy
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