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Plant Details

Accepted name: 
Bletilla striata (Thunb.) Rchb.f. [Orchidaceae]
Source of taxonomy and confidence: 
World Checklist ( Three stars out of three )
Information about this plant: 
Non-scientific name: Class of name: Medicinal plant reference:
bai ji Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
Illus. Chinese Materia Medica (Wu, 2005)
baiji Other Med. Pls. Used by Maonan People in China. (Hong et l., 2015)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2005)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2010)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2015)
Trad. Med. in Dali Prefecture, SW China. (Zhang et al., 2014)
bletilla Other Commonly Traded CITES-Listed Species in Primer (AHPA, 2013)
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
U.S. FDA Substance Registration System (2016)
bletilla rhizome Other Illus. Chinese Materia Medica (Wu, 2005)
bletillae rhizoma Pharmaceutical Korean Herbal Pharmacopoeia (2002)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2010)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2015)
báijí Other Medicinal Plants in China (WHO, 1997)
chinese ground orchid Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
common bletilla Other Medicinal Plants in China (WHO, 1997)
common bletilla tuber Other Pharmacopoeia of China (2005)
Pharmacopoeia of China (2010)
hardy orchid Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
hyacinth bletilla Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
hyacinth orchid Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
jaran Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
mikadoblomma Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
rhizoma bletillae Pharmaceutical Pharmacopoeia of China (2005)
rhizoma bletillae striatae Pharmaceutical Illus. Chinese Materia Medica (Wu, 2005)
shiran Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
urn orchid Other Herbs of Commerce (McGuffin et al., 2000)
白及 Other Med. Pls. Used by Maonan People in China. (Hong et l., 2015)
Medicinal Plants in China (WHO, 1997)
Trad. Med. in Dali Prefecture, SW China. (Zhang et al., 2014)