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Khārshotor and Taranjebin
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Khārshotor, also known as Oshtorkhār, Hāj, Āqūl and Davatikāni in Iranian traditional literatures, is a perennial thory herb which produces manna named Taranjebin based on activity of a kind of Larinous or Pophilus species in some regions of Iran (especially south of Khorasan). There are some reports of this plant inIranian traditional medicine such as restraint, detergent, apertive agent, and antidote of poisons. It is useful for hemorrhoids both internally and externally. Its distilled water is diuretic and beneficial for treatment of kidney stones. Also, Taranjebin is nominated as laxative and expulsive agent for yellow bile. Here, it is tried to determine names of the plant and related manna according to characteristics mentioned in traditional Iranian literatures. Characteristics of “Kharshotor” and its related manna in traditional medicine are completely matched with Alhagi persarumBoiss. Buhse. Syn: Alhagi camelorum L. from the family Papillionaceae

Keywords: Khārshotor, Taranjebin.
     
Type of Study: Origianal Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/02/22 | Accepted: 2017/02/22 | Published: 2017/02/22
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مجله طب سنتی اسلام و ایران Journal of Islamic and Iranian Traditional Medicine

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