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Chinese medical classics were translated into Persian and published in Iran; west Asian medical, nutritional, and health-related knowledge flooded into China. Paul Buell of the Max Planck Institute has prepared a draft translation, with some assistance from me on botanical identification. Buell’s draft translation is complete and accurate, but needs editing, for which there is currently no available time; interested scholars can email me or Dr. Kong and his collaborators—including Shiu-Ying Hu, the world’s leading expert on China’s ethnobotany—have identified most of the medicinals.

Probably the most impressive single example was the , a medical encyclopedia of Near Eastern medicine, compiled under the Yuan Dynasty for Chinese doctors to use. We have found the rest, with a very few exceptions. (Interesting that the drug quality was not known, and that our 17 This is by no means the only plant already known in 1655 by its eventual Linnaean name.) Al-Bīrūnī: Shāhdhānaj.

However, when different species within a genus have different names in the HHYF, as with cinnamon relatives, mints, and , I have given separate accounts to each named category. For anasarca, mania, jaundice, colic, constipation. Nadkarni: Several related species have minor uses in India.

I can do no more than follow the identifications in Kong’s edition (Kong 1996) of the HHYF, including the various papers republished there. Fortunately, most of the Arabic, Persian and Chinese names are well known and apply to well-known herbal and animal medicinals. Pains in womb, swellings, diuretic, purgative, ulcers, abscesses, etc.

It is evidently based on Central Asian encyclopedias, probably including lost ones but also showing enough resemblances to sources like Al-Samarqandī (see below) to prove its Central Asian background. This does not translate to 381 species, because there are entries for generic things (“dung,” “soil”) and some entries that cover several species of plants that seem similar and were apparently used similarly. Hu Ma Ren (seeds) Hu: 100 Manniche: With celery for eyes.

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The Sanskrit, Arabic, Chinese, English, and other names that have been used for are also confusing, as is often the case. Graziani: “Mustard,” khardal, species uncertain, used by Ibn Jazlah for menstrual disorders. In some cases multiple substances are derived from one species; in others, we are not sure of which species was actually used in the HHYF and thus include data for two or three similar ones. (The kernel of the nut is a common food in south China, with some warming uses, but seems little discussed in old herbals. I have tried to make one entry correspond to one taxon as listed the HHYF. Nothing known of its herbal use here, and little or nothing in the literature; very possibly a mistake, the name being used for some more medicinal species of broom.. kernels demulcent, stimulant, laxative, expectorant. In Wujastyk’s example,, but turned out to be too different to fit in that genus. (Seeds of this plant are the traditional source of the standard Chinese mustard preparations, used in households as stimulant, etc.) L. II:120, sight, trembling, stomach, erysipelas, carbuncles, gangrene, spleen, pessary against conception, etc. Other names have also been applied to it but are not valid.

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