Aiye, Folium Artemisiae argyi, is the dry leaf of Artemisia argyi Levl. et Vant. (Asteraceae) collected in summer before the plant blooms. It is listed officially in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia and recommended for use as an analgesic and hemostatic.
KeywordsLactone Linoleate Camphene Monoterpene Sesquiterpene
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