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Names for Shu Da Huang
Pharmaceutical: Radix et Rhizoma Rheisteamed
Botanical: Rehum palmatum L., Rheum tanguticum Maximoxicz ex Regel, Rheum officinale Baillon (Polygonaceae)
Other names: Zhi Da Huang, Zhi Chuan Jun, Shu Chuan Jun, Zhi Jin Wen, Shu Jin Wen
Description: Steamed Rhubarb Root.

Clears Heat; Disperses Dampness; ...

Origin of shu da huang
* Rheum palmatum L. et Rheum tangouticum Maxim. ex Reg.: Gansu, Qinghai. * Rheum officinale Baill.: South China (Sichuan, in particular).;

Preparation of shu da huang
The roots are steamed and dried in the sun.;

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