Chinese Herbs Starting With 'Q' in Pinyin
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Chinese Herbs Starting With 'Q' in Pinyin

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There are 17 Chinese Herbs in Pinyin starting with "Q"

Qi Cao (Coleopteran Insect Larvae)
Coleopteran Insect Larvae
Qian Cao Gen (Madder Root, Rubia Root)
Madder Root, Rubia Root
Qian Dan (Lead Oxide)
Lead Oxide
Qian Hu (Hogfennel Root)
Hogfennel Root
Qian Nian Jian (Homalomena Rhizome)
Homalomena Rhizome
Qian Niu Zi (Morning Glory Seeds or Pharbitis)
Morning Glory Seeds or Pharbitis
Qian Shi (Euryale Seeds)
Euryale Seeds
Qiang Huo (Notopterygium Root)
Notopterygium Root
Qin Jiao (Gentiana Macrophylla Root)
Gentiana Macrophylla Root
Qin Pi (Korean Ash Branch Bark)
Korean Ash Branch Bark
Qing Dai (Indigo)
Indigo
Qing Fen (Calomel)
Calomel
Qing Hao (Wormwood)
Wormwood
Qing Pi (Immature Tangerine Peel)
Immature Tangerine Peel
Qing Xiang Zi (Celosia Seeds)
Celosia Seeds
Qu Mai (Aerial Parts of Fringed Pink or Chinese Pink Dianthus)
Aerial Parts of Fringed Pink or Chinese Pink Dianthus
Quan Xie (Scorpion, Buthus)
Scorpion, Buthus

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