Pinellia ternata

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Pinellia ternata

Chinese medicine
A tuberous perennial that is antiemetic, antitussive, expectorant and sedative; it is used for chest pain and cough, insomnia, nausea and vomiting, nocturnal emission, and vertigo.
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Toxic herbs such as Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi), Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia) and Cinnabaris (Zhu sha) are top 3 herbs that most frequently used in combination with licorice.
That is to say, when licorice was used in combination with some toxic herbs such as Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi), Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia) and Cinnabaris (Zhu sha), the toxicity of these herbs might be attenuate by licorice.
As shown in Table 2, the most frequently used toxic herbs was Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi), followed by Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia), Cinnabaris (Zhu sha), etc.
Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia), Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi), Cinnabaris (Zhu sha) are top 3 most frequently used herbs that combined with licorice
As the data showed in Table 4, more than 50% usage of Pericarpium papaveris (Ying su ke), Raix dichroae (Chang shan), Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia) must be used in combination with licorice.
Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia), Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi) and Raix dichroae (Chang shan) depend on licorice but not other herbs
For example, Rhizoma pinelliae (Ban xia), Radix aconiti lateralis praeparata (Fu zi) and Raix dichroae (Chang shan) were highly and frequently used in combination with licorice but not other herbs.