Dictamnus dasycarpus

Dictamnus dasycarpus (dikˑ·tm·ns däˈ·sē·kärˑ·ps),

n part used: root bark; uses: digestive disorders, urogenital conditions, promotion of hair growth, impetigo, eczema, antipyretic, antiarthritic, skin inflammation, scabies, hepatitis, of menstrual disorders, uterine hemorrhage, thread fungus, relaxant, general health, diuretic, antispasmodic, hysteria, epilepsy, vermifugal, prevent pregnancy; precautions: can cause liver damage. Also called
bai xian pi and
dense-fruit dittany.
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Kim, "Neuroprotective effects of constituents of the root bark of Dictamnus dasycarpus in mouse hippocampal cells," Archives of Pharmacal Research, vol.
The following herbs were used in three studies: Sophora flavescens root, Cnidium monnieri seed, Dictamnus dasycarpus bark and borneol.
Two products appear to be implicated frequently: Jin Bu Huan was taken by 11 patients, and Dictamnus dasycarpus was taken by six patients, including both severe cases.
INCI name: angelic sinensis (and) cnidium monnieri (and) coptis chinesis (and) dictamnus dasycarpus (and) evodia rutaecarpa (and) phellodendron chinensis (and) scutellaria haicalensis (and) sophora fiavescens
Liao, "Composition, cytotoxicity and antimicrobial activity of essential oil from Dictamnus dasycarpus," Food Chemistry, vol.