|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, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10mt per month|
|Part Use:||White Penoy Root||Color:||White(peeled)/blacked(un-peel)|
|Chinese Name:||Shao Yao,bai Shao||Root Skin:||Removed/not Removed|
|Sliced /whole:||Both Available||From:||An Hui Province|
White penoy Radix paeoniae Alba herbaceous peony Paeonia lactiflora Pall root slices Bai shao
Radix paeoniae Alba,herbaceous peony,white penoy
Source:Paeonia lactiflora Pall
Chinese name :shao yao;bai shao
Collect in Anhui province,China
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1. It is a famous and highly prized blood tonic used to relax muscle and cleanse the blood.
2. It is one of the most highly prized women's herbs used traditionally to help regulate the female
hormonal cycle and to tonify and purify the blood.
3. It is also used as a pain reducing agent and as an emotional stabilizer by women.
4. Paeoniflorin p.e. is said to relieve cramps and spasms anywhere in the body.
5. It is considered to be highly effective in relieving menstrual cramps.
6. Paeoniflorin p.e. is also believed to extend life and to promote beauty.
1. Applied in cosmetics field, paeoniflorin p.e. can effectively make people more beautiful
2. Applied in health product field, Paeoniflorin powder is produced oral capsule to protect
3. Applied in pharmaceutical field, white peony root extract is used as a kind of analgesic
Prescription name:Bai shao tang
Herbs in this prescription:Radix paeoniae Alba ; Semen zizyphi spinosae ; smoked plum
Teat for:liver deficiency spontaneous perspiration
Paeonia lactiflora Pallas
Paeonia albiflora Pallas; P. albiflora Pallas var. trichocarpa Bunge; P. chinensis Vilmorin (1870), not Oken (1841); P. lactiflora var. trichocarpa (Bunge) Stern; P. lactiflora var. villosa M. S. Yan & K. Sun; P. sinensisSteudel; P. yui W. P. Fang.
Herbs perennial, to 70 cm tall. Roots thick, attenuate toward tip, to 1.3 cm in diam. Stems glabrous. Proximal leaves 2-ternate; all leaflets decurrent at base, terminal ones often 2- or 3-segmented; leaflets and segments up to 15, lanceolate or ovate-lanceolate, 4.5--16 × 1.5--4.8 cm, sparsely pubescent abaxially, bristly along veins adaxially, margin white cartilaginous denticulate, apex acuminate.
Flowers usually several per shoot, both terminal and axillary, sometimes only terminal one developed, single (in wild plants) or double (in cultivated plants), 8--13 cm wide. Bracts 4 or 5, lanceolate, unequal. Sepals 3 or 4, broadly ovate or suborbicular, 1--1.5 × 1--1.7 cm. Petals 9--13, white or pink (in wild plants), or varying in color (in cultivated plants), obovate, 3.5--6 × 1.5--4.5 cm. Filaments yellow, 0.7--1.2 cm; anthers yellow. Disc yellow, annular. Carpels 2--5, green or purple, glabrous or rarely tomentose. Follicles oblong-ellipsoid, 2.5--3 × 1.2--1.5 cm. Fl. May--Jun, fr. Aug. 2n = 10.
Woods, grasslands; 400--2300 m. S Gansu, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Nei Mongol, S Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi [Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Russia (Far East, Siberia)].
This species is widely cultivated as an ornamental and for medicinal use.