|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||500g|
|Packaging Details:||In PE bag,Carton|
|Delivery Time:||At once|
|Payment Terms:||T/T in advance / Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10MT per month|
|Color:||White Angelica Root||Part Used:||Root|
Angelica root slices radix angelicae formosanae Angelica dahurica Fisch rhizome Traditonal herb Bai zhi
Dahuricae Angelica Root
Chinese name: bai zhi
Angelica dahurica Fisch. ex Hoffm.Benth. et Hook. f. ex Franch. et Sav./Chinese Angelica Dahurica ; Herbal Medicine Baizhi Sementes Bonsai Angelica/Taiwan Angelica Root, Root of Dahuricae Angelica , Root of Taiwan Angelica, Root of Scabrous Cowparsnip
Herb property: Pungent,Warm
Dispel wind and remove dampness,make the meridians through and stop pains
Whole roots and sliced dried roots in supply
1. Anti-oxidant,anticholinergic and free radical scavenging .
2. Inhibit uterine contractions,releaving dysmenorrhea.
3. Lower blood pressure,treating atherosclerosis
4. Keep the skin smooth.
Prescription name:bái yá yào shēng má sǎn
Herbs used in this prescription:Ligusticum wallichii root 12g ; Cimicifuga foetida Linn.root 30g; Ligusticum sinense 30g; Gypsum 30g; Angelica root 30g; Chinese Honeylocust Fruit 36.6g; Asarum sieboldii root 18g
Treat for: teeth feel painful caused by evil-wind,and swelling and aching of gum
Angelica dahurica (Fischer ex Hoffmann) Bentham & J. D. Hooker ex Franchet & Savatier
Plants perennial 1–2.5 m, stout. Root cylindric, brown, 3–5 cm thick, strongly aromatic. Stem purplish green, 2–5(–7–8) cm thick, ribbed, pubescent above.
Basal and lower leaves long-petiolate, sheaths oblong-inflated, glabrous; blade triangular-ovate, 30–50 × 25–40 cm, 2–3-ternate-pinnate; leaflets sessile, oblong-elliptic to oblong-lanceolate, 4–10 × 1–4 cm, base slightly decurrent, margin white-cartilaginous and coarse-cuspidate-serrate, apex acute, pubescent along nerves adaxially.
Upper leaves reduced, sheaths saccate-inflated, bladeless. Umbels 10–30 cm across; peduncles 5–20 cm, scabrous; bracts absent or 1–2, like uppermost leaves; rays 18–40(–70), short-hairy; bracteoles many, linear-lanceolate, scarious; pedicels many, scabrous.
Calyx teeth obsolete. Petals white, obovate and notched. Ovary glabrous or pubescent. Fruit suborbicular, 4–7 × 4–6 mm; dorsal ribs prominent, obtusely thick-rounded, much wider than furrows, lateral ribs broad-winged; vittae 1 in each furrow, 2 on commissure. Fl. Jul–Aug, fr. Aug–Sep.
Forest margins, valley grasslands, streamsides; 500–1000 m. Hebei, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Shaanxi, N Taiwan [Japan, Korea, Russia (Siberia)].
This species is widely cultivated in N China, where the roots are used as the important traditional Chinese medicine “bai zhi” and as a substitute, known as “dong bei da huo,” for the traditional Chinese medicine “du huo” (see Angelica biserrata). Two cultivars are common: A. dahurica ‘Hangbaizhi’ and A. dahurica‘Qibaizhi.’