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Rheum officinale is a rhubarb from the family Polygonaceae originating in Asia.
Additional recommended knowledge
The root and stem of R. officinale are used to treat constipation, as well as to aid in the dissolution of blood clots and pus eruptions. Is used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is called yào yòng dà huáng (药用大黄), and is also a component in the North American herbal remedy called Essiac tea.
In modern medicine, R. officinale has been found to be useful in treatment of Hepatitis B.
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