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Ligusticum wallichii is a plant in the carrot family best known for its use in traditional Chinese medicine. It is known by the common names chuānxiōng (川芎) and Szechuan lovage. Biologically active compounds in the plant include tetramethylpyrazine. It is native to India and Nepal.
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