Salvia miltiorrhiza

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Salvia miltiorrhiza

A species native to China and Japan, valued for its roots as a traditional Chinese herbal remedy. It has been used to treat cardiovascular diseases. Its effectiveness is unproven in humans. It increases the risk of bleeding and should be avoided by patients taking aspirin, warfarin, and other antiplatelet or anticoagulant drugs. Synonym: danshen
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Her interest is in minimizing the resort to violence everywhere by understanding war and peace in the manner of the Chinese sage Sun Tzu, as elements of life.
Chinese sage says, 'When one lock can be opened by three different keys, it's a bad lock.
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Chinese sage, who taught that the will of the people and the will of heaven are the same, and that the throne belongs to the one approved by the people.
a result, the aged Chinese sage is often portrayed with pendulant ears:
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He was in the habit of stroking the marble baboon, as he did his pet chow, and of greeting the Chinese sage every morning.
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