beimu (pā·mōō),

n Latin name:
Fritillaria cirrhosa; part used: bulb; uses: cough aid, mucolytic, expectorant, respiratory tract inflammation; precautions: none known.
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Bulbus Fritillariae Cirrhosae (BFC) (Chuan Beimu in Chinese) is the most commonly used antitussive and expectorant traditional Chinese medicinal (TCM) herb.
Bulbus Fritillariae (BF), Beimu in Chinese, derived from the bulbs of several Fritillaria species (family Liliaceae), has been used as an antitussive and expectorant herb in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for more than 2000 years.
The botanical origin and pharmacophylogenetic treatment of Chinese materia medica Beimu.
1993) which is called Beimu and is also used as a dietary supplement in China (Li and Xu, 1993).