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Dryopteridis Austracae Rhizoma


Da Lin Mao Jue (Dryopteridis Austracae Rhizoma)


The drug is the dried rhizome of Dryopteris austriaca (Jaeq.) Wayn. ex Schinz et Thell. (Family Dryopteridaceae), growing in moist of secondary forest or needle leaf and broadleaf mixed forests, distributed in Northeast China, North China and Taiwan.


The rhizome contains aspidinol, flavaspidie acid, aspidin AB, aspidin AB, p-aspidin, desaspidin, phlorpyrone, albaspidin, filieic acid, trisaspidin, etc.

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The Effect of Dryopteridis Austracae Rhizoma


Bitter, cold, toxic.


The rhizome is used as taeniafuge, for the treatment of taeniasis.

Dosage and Administrations

Decoct 5~12 g.