|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100G|
|Packaging Details:||100g bag or 1kg bag,10kg bag|
|Delivery Time:||Within 7 days after order be confirmed|
|Payment Terms:||L/C at sight or T/T in advance|
|Supply Ability:||10mt per month|
|Part Use:||Asparagus Cochinchinensis Root||Color:||Slight Yellow Radix Asparagi|
|Chinese Name:||Tian Men Dong||Sliced:||No|
Radix asparagi lucid Asparagus sinicus Asparagus cochinchinensis Lour Merr root Tian men dong
Asparagus cochinchinensis root was steamed and peeled before sale,this is primary process of the root.
|English name||Radix asparagi;lucid asparagus;Asparagus sinicus|
|Chinese name||tian men dong|
|Part use in TCM||root|
|Herb property||sweet bitter cold|
|Act on Channel||lungs,kidney|
|Function||nourishing Yin,moisture drying,clearing lungs|
|Storage||In cool,dry and sealed places or container|
Why choose us:
Genuine regional drug from the most suitable places for its growing.
Roots were collected & dried recently.
New crops without worm holes,without mould
No sulphur,No additives,100% natural herb
Different sizes are available
Soon response on your needs or complains
Focus on long-term cooperation
Best price & quality to customers
Small quantity is acceptable and large quantity welcome
Many payment methods for your choosing
Perfect package to ensure you receive the goods in good condition
Very fast delivery by courier,or by Sea,by Air,by Land
Prescription name:liáng gé tiān mén dōng tāng
Mainly treat for:eyes painful,couldn't see right direction
|Asparagus cochinchinensis (Loureiro) Merrill
tian men dong
Melanthium cochinchinense Loureiro, Fl. Cochinch. 1: 216. 1790; Asparagopsis sinica Miquel; Asparagus cochinchinensis var. longifolius F. T. Wang & T. Tang; A. dauricus Link var. elongatus Pampanini; A. gaudichaudianus Kunth; A. insularis Hance; A. lucidus Lindley; A. sinicus (Miquel) C. H. Wright.
Herbs dioecious. Roots with swollen, tuberous part 3--5 × 1--2 cm. Stems climbing, 1--2 m, slightly woody proximally; branches angled or narrowly winged. Cladodes usually in fascicles of 3, subfalcate, 0.5--8 cm × 1--2 mm, flat or slightly 3-angled. Leaf spur sometimes spinescent; spine 2.5--3.5 mm on main stems, minute or indistinct on branches. Inflorescences developing after cladodes, axillary. Flowers of both sexes usually paired, subequal; pedicel 2--6 mm, articulate at middle. Male flowers: perianth greenish, campanulate, 2.5--3 mm; filaments free. Berry green, 6--7 mm in diam., 1- or 2-seeded. Fl. May--Jun, fr. Sep. 2 n = 20*.
Thinly forested slopes, roadsides, waste fields; near sea level to 1700 m. Anhui, Fujian, Gansu, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Hebei, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Shaanxi, Shandong, Shanxi, Sichuan, Taiwan, Xizang, Yunnan, Zhejiang [Japan, Korea, Laos, Vietnam].
The tuberous roots are used medicinally.