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Effective Use of Mild Acting Herbs VIII. Huang Qin (Scute)

Effective Use of Mild Acting Herbs VIII. Huang Qin (Scute)
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Volume 2 Issue 6 - December 2007

by Subhuti Dharmananda
 
Scute is the common name selected 30 years ago by the Oriental Healing Arts Institute to refer to the Chinese herb huangqin. This is a shortened version of the genus name for the source material, which is the root of Scutellaria baicalensis (Baikal skullcap). The plant naturally occurs in Korea, Japan, northern China (especially Mongolia), northern India, and Russia; it is also cultivated.
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