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P listings of Popular Herbs ✵P listing of popular herbs gives an introduction to herbs: Pansy, Papaya, Parsley, Passionflower, Peony, Peony(White), Peppermint, Picrorhiza, Pineapple, Prickly Ash(Northern and Southern), Propolis, Psyllium, Pulsatilla, Pycnogenol(pinebark polyphenol).

 ✵There are Totally [7] kinds of herbs,[1] kinds of phytochemical, [8] kinds of related plant species, [1] kinds of related insect species, are recorded and introduced, till the date April 5th, 2022.

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  Among above herbs, Peony(White), Peppermint, Picrorhiza, Prickly Ash(Northern and Southern), Psyllium Plantain, Pulsatilla, are introduced in TCM herbalism.

 Pansy Brief Introduction: Pansy is easily recognized by its handsome, delicate flowers, which range in color from deep blue and bright yellow to pale violet and white. These flowers bloom from May to September and can be seen growing wild across temperate regions of North America and their native Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The plant is also widely cultivated. The above ground parts, including the flowers and the lobed oval leaves, are used medicinally.more introduction to Pansy

 Papaya Brief Introduction: The small papaya tree grows throughout tropical areas, and has large, hand-shaped leaves and yellowish-green, pear-shaped melons or fruit valued for their edible orange-yellow pulp. These fruits can weigh several pounds. Scoring the fully grown unripe melon produces a milky juice that contains a mixture of plant protein-degrading enzymes termed papain. The juice is collected and dried. Smaller concentrations of papain appear in the leaves as well. Papain is also used commercially. This latex and the papaya fruit, leaves, and seeds are all used medicinally.more introduction to Papaya

 Parsley Brief Introduction: Many varieties of bright green aromatic parsley are cultivated worldwide. They are distinguished largely by whether the leaves are divided, featherlike, curly, or flat. The characteristically spicy tiny fruits are gray to grayish-brown. Small yellowish flowers grow in clusters. The leaves, seeds, juicy stems, and roots are used in cooking and medicine, as is an oil extracted separately through steam distillation of the herb and seed.more introduction to Parsley

 Passionflower Brief Introduction: Passiflora incarnata is the most common species used for the medicinal purpose among hundreds of passionflower species, the dried flowers and oval pulpy fruit from this perennial climbing vine are used medicinally.more introduction to Passionflower

 Peony Brief Introduction: Peony is a fragrant and sumptuous flower, its name has relations with the physician of the Greed gods Paeon, it flowers in early summer, with pink, purple-red, and white blossoms. It has been valued since ancient times as a decorative and medicinal plant. The flowers, roots, and seeds are used medicinally.more introduction to Peony

 Pineapple Brief Introduction: Pineapple is a large, distinctively shaped, succulent reddish-yellow fruit. The fruit, juice, leaves, and extracted enzymes called bromelains are used medicinally. Pineapple also contains at least three other proteolytic enzymes, but they have not been as thoroughly studied as the bromelains.more introduction to Pineapple

 Propolis Brief Introduction: Propolis is a resin collected by bees from plant spores or tree trunks, mixed with the secretions of the upper palate glands and wax glands, and processed into a colloidal solid with an aromatic smell. It is a yellowish-brown or dark-brown viscous substance secreted by honeybee species such as Chinese honeybee to repair the hive and can be used as medicine.more introduction to Propolis

 Pycnogenol Brief Introduction: Pycnogenol is an extract of certain pine trees, most commonly the European coastal pine, Pinus maritima, sometimes referred to as Pinus nigra var.maritima. It is an antioxidant and consists of a proprietary blend of biologically active substances called flavonoids. It refers to the group of flavonoids known as flavan-3-ol derivatives.more introduction to Pycnogenol

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