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          해백(薤白)의 기원에 관한 문헌적 고찰

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한상한금궤의학회 2020 대한상한금궤의학회지 Vol.12 No.1

          Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the origin and characteristics of Allii Macrostemi Bulbus. Methods: Bibliographies on Allii Macrostemi Bulbus that focused on the origin of the material were examined. Based on this analysis, an inventory was prepared and the characteristics of the original material are presented. Results: Korean and foreign literature were reviewed to prepare an inventory, and Based on these results, the state of plants either currently cultivated or distributed as medicines, , and are summarized. 1. The origin of Allii Macrostemi Bulbusis the scaly stem of Allii macrozoon Bunge or Allii bakeri Regel. 2. The current white water mark in circulation is the scaly stem of the sandalae Allii macromoleon Bunge. 3. Scilla sinensis(Lour.) Merr. is . 4. The properties of Scilla sinensis(Lour.) Merr. are cool and bitter, healing the forests, mowing the ointment, stopping the oxen, and curing the absence of distractions and stuffy symptoms and removal of the placenta after childbirth. Conclusions: The origin of Allii Macrostemi Bulbusis the scaly stem of Allii macrozoon Bunge or Allii bakeri Regel.

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          한국산 현호색과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2016 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.31 No.4

          Objective : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Fumariaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined. Results : A list was made about Fumariaceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Fumariaceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Fumariaceae's properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Fumariaceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 3 classes with 23 species. Out of those, 2 classes with 9 species were found serviceable which indicates 39% of all. Out of all 23 species of Fumariaceae family, Corydalis genus were found 21 species, which were shown the most. Among Fumariaceae species, Corydalis genus were found 8 medicinal plants, which were shown the most. Out of all serviceable parts in Fumariaceae, Herba and Tuber parts took first place as 5 species. There are 2 toxic species and 3 toxic medicinal parts, the survey said. Conclusion : There were totaled to 3 genera and 23 species in Fumariaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 2 genera, 9 species, some 39 in total.

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          상산(常山)의 기원에 관한 문헌적 고찰

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한상한금궤의학회 2010 대한상한금궤의학회지 Vol.2 No.1

          Objective : The purpose of this study is to analyze the origin plants and the characteristics of the origin-plants of Sang-San. Method : To achieve the purpose of this study, bibliographies about Sang-San were examined. The examination was focused on the origin. Standing on this analysis the list and characteristics of the origin plants were presented. Results : 1. RADIX DICHROAE is root of Dichroa febrifuga Lour. 2. At first, RADIX DICHROAE was belong to Orixa japonica Thunb which was used until 907-960. After that, it changed as what we call RADIX DICHROAE today. 3. Current RADIX DICHROAE has various of types in the market. Conclusions : RADIX DICHROAE is root of Dichroa febrifuga Lour.

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          인진(茵蔯)의 기원에 관한 문헌적 고찰

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한상한금궤의학회 2011 대한상한금궤의학회지 Vol.3 No.1

          Objective : The purpose of this syudy is to analyze the origin and the characteristics of the Artemisiae capillaris Herba. Method : To achieve the purpose of this study, bibliographies about Artemisiae capillaris Herba were examined. The examination was focused on the origin. Standing on this analysis the list and characteristics of the origin were presented. Results : 1. The origin of Artemisiae capillaris Herba is the whole plant of Artemisia capillaris Thunberg. 2. In china, Artemisiae scoparia Waldst. et Kit. is also the origin. 3. It is necessary to use with caution as the whole plant of Artemisia iwayomogi Kitamura is not the original Plant. Conclusions : The origin of Artemisiae capillaris Herba is the whole plant of Artemisia capillaris Thunberg.

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          한국산 꼬리고사리과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong Gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2011 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.26 No.4

          Objective: For the purpose of developing Korean herbalogy of the plants to Aspleniaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods: The examined herbalogical books and research paper which published at home and abroad. Results: 1. There are 2 genera and 21 species in Aspleniaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 2 genera and 10 species, some 48% in total. 2. Asplenium genus is a main kind in that it has 20 species among 21 species in Aspleniaceae of which medicinal plants are 9 species. 3. The Herb play medicinal parts if most plants in the Aspleniaceae have the effect of a medicine, the 10 species of which are used for medical care. 4. According to nature and flavor of medicinal plants in the Aspleniaceae, the cold medicinal plants and the bitter medicinal plants take the highest number of them 5. According to the properties and principal curative action, they were classified into drugs for hemostatic 10 species, drugs for clearing away heat 8 species, drugs for detoxification 7 species respectively. 6. None of the species of Aspleniaceae have been found to be toxic. Conclusions: There are totaled to 2 genera and 21 species in Aspleniaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 2 genera and 10 species some 48% in total.

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          한국산 면마과(綿馬科)식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong Gil Jeong ), 김재현 ( Chae Hyun Kim ) 대한본초학회 2009 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.24 No.2

          Objectives: This study was aimed to developing Korean herbalogy of the plants belonging to Aspidiaceae in Korea. Methods: The herbological books and papers published at home and abroad were researched. The total list of Aspidiaceae was made and Medicinal plants in Aspidiaceae was classified. The medicinal properties, action and applications of medicinal plants were investigated. Results: 1. There are totaled to 17 genera and 130 species in Aspidiaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 11 genera, 31 species, some 24% in total. 2. Athyrium genus is main kind enough that it has 32 species among 130 species in Aspidiaceae, and medicinal plants of Dryopteris is 4 species. 3. The rhizome is the main medicinal parts if medicinal plants in the Aspidiaceae, which is used in 24 species. 4. According to nature and flavor of medicinal plants in the Aspidiaceae, they were classified into cool 15 and cold 8 species; bitter taste 19, and little bitter taste 15 in the order. 5. According to meridian propism of medicinal plants in the Aspidiaceae, they were classified into liver meridian 5 species, stomach meridian 3 species. 6. According to the properties and principal curative action, they were classified into drugs for clearing away heat 25 species, drugs for detoxification 22 species, drugs for promoting diuresis 16 species in the order. 7. The number of toxic species in the Aspidiaceae was examined to be 5 species. Conclusions: There are totaled to 17 genera and 130 species in Aspidiaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 11 genera, 31 species, some 24% in total. They were classified into drugs for clearing away heat, drugs for detoxification, drugs for promoting diuresisr.

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          한국산 수선화과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2016 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.31 No.1

          Objectives : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Amaryllidaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined. Results : A list was made about Amarylliaceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Amarylliaceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Amarylliaceae``s properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Amarylliaceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 4 classes with 16 species. Out of those, 4 classes with 7 species were found serviceable which indicates 44 % of all. Out of all 16 specified Amarylliaceae plants, Lycoris plants were found 9 species, which were shown the most. And 4 classes of Lycoris plants were also selected the most in serviceable Amarylliaceae. Out of all serviceable parts in Amarylliaceae, bulbus parts took first place as 6 species. Conclusions : There were totaled to 4 genera and 16 species in Amarylliaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 4 genera, 7 species, some 44 % in total.

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          한국산 차나무과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2017 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.32 No.1

          Objective : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Theaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined. Results : A list was made about Theaceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Theaceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Theaceae`s properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Theaceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 6 classes with 12 species. Out of those, 4 classes with 4 species were found serviceable which indicates 33% of all. Out of all 12 species of Theaceae family, Camellia genus and Eurya genus were found 4 species, which were shown the most. Among 4 genus of Theaceae species, medicinal plants were all one species each. Out of all serviceable parts in Theaceae, Folium parts took first place as 4 species. There are toxic, the 2 species and 2 parts survefy said. Conclusion : There were totaled to 6 genera and 12 species in Theaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 4 genera, 4 species, some 33% in total.

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          한국산 수련과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2016 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.31 No.4

          Objective : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Nymphaeaceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined. Results : A list was made about Nymphaeaceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Nymphaeaceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Nymphaeaceae 's properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Nymphaeaceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 6 classes with 10 species. Out of those, 5 classes with 5 species were found serviceable which indicates 50% of all. Out of all 10 species of Nymphaeaceae family, Nuphar genus were found 4 species, which were shown the most. Among 5 genus of Nymphaeceae species, medicinal plants were all one species each. Out of all serviceable parts in Nymphaeaceae , Etc parts took first place as 10 species. There are no toxic, the survey said. Conclusion : There were totaled to 6 genera and 10 species in Dioscoreaceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 5 genera, 5 species, some 50% in total.

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          한국산 양귀비과 식물에 관한 본초학적 연구

          정종길 ( Jong-gil Jeong ) 대한본초학회 2016 大韓本草學會誌 Vol.31 No.5

          Objective : For the purpose of developing Korean herbology of the plants to Papaveraceae in Korea, the literatures of the successive generations have been thoroughly investigated to prepare this article. Methods : Books and research papers about Herbology which published at home and abroad were examined. Results : A list was made about Papaveraceae plant which were cultivated or grew naturally in Korea, after investigated the data on domestic and foreign Papaveraceae plants. Out of those lists, serviceable plants were selected and with those available plants, their distributions were analysed and parts which can be used as medicines were divided into 3 categories such as oriental medicine name, scientific name and non-official name. Papaveraceae's properties flavor, channels they use, effects, and toxicity were also noted. Papaveraceae (grew in Korea) were divided into 4 classes with 8 species. Out of those, 3 classes with 4 species were found serviceable which indicates 50% of all. Out of all 8 species of Papaveraceae family, Papaver genus were found 4 species, which were shown the most. Among 3 genus of 4 species, medicinal plants were all one species each. Out of all serviceable parts in Papaveraceae, Radix and Herba, Etc parts took first place as 2 species. There are toxic, the 3 species and 6 parts survey said. Conclusion : There were totaled to 4 genera and 8 species in Papaveraceae in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 3 genera, 4 species, some 50% in total.

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