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Gan Xiuqin, He Huyi, He Zhangjie, Hu Bo, Li Yanying, Lu Liuying, Mo Runxiu, Ning Xiucheng, Shen Zhangyou, Wei Benhui, Wei Guangpo, Wu Yanyong, Yu Jian: Method for planting dryland crops by crashing soil. Institute of Cash Crops, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Deng Xiaoan, July 21, 2010: CN201010125942

The invention discloses a method for planting dryland crops. A rotavator is utilized to deeply loosen and crash the soil in furrows so as to crash the loose soil in a cultivated layer and plough sole and make a portion of foreign soil in the plough sole rise up to be naturally mixed with the soil in ...


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Wu Yanyong, Sun Kaijuan: Process for brewing baliang liquor. Sun Kaijuan, March 29, 2000: CN98112251

The present invention utilizes the modern microbial and zymological technology and esterase-producing strain (RM-1088), and adopts solvent fermentation acid alcohol esterification to produce RM-1088 compound fragrant ester, and combines it with rich aromatic type traditional technological process to ...


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Wu Yanyong: Chinese medicine composition for curing gynecology inflammation and method of making the same. Wu Yanyong, May 21, 2008: CN200710195186

The invention discloses a Chinese traditional medicine composition for curing gynecological inflammation, and comprises the components by weight percentage as follows: olibanum of 0.5 to 2.5 percent, myrrh of 0.5 to 2.5 percent, salmiac of 0.5 to 2.5 percent, borax of 0.5 to 2.5 percent, black catec ...


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Wu Yanyong: Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating disease in mouth. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195629

The invention discloses a Chinese medicinal composition for treating in-mouth diseases, which comprises the following contents by mass percent: 44.6-45.6% of alum, 4.6-45.6% of borneol, 6.8-7.8% of shetuo, 3.6-4.6% of male silk moth, 0.5-1.5% of pearl, 0.5-1.5% of spider; the total content of the ab ...


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Wu Yanyong: Traditional Chinese medicine capable of removing human toxin. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195630

The invention discloses a Chinese medicinal composition for removing toxin from human body which is prepared by weight percentage from components including 5.2% prepared monkshood, 5.2% coptis, 5.2% ginseng, 5.2% poria, 5.4% dried ginger, 5.2% cassia, 5.2% pericarpium zanthoxyli, 5.2% medcinal evodi ...


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Wu Yanyong: Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating hepatitis B. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195633

The invention discloses a Chinese medicinal composition for treating hepatitis B which is prepared from raw materials including 10% by weight of sesame oil, 25% by weight of steamed bread (steamed wheat flour without peel), 25% by weight of black alum, 20% by weight of honey, 20% by weight of jujube ...


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Wu Yanyong: Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195634

The invention discloses a traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating woman external genitalia white patch, which is composed by the following components by mass percentages of: white puncturevine 10%, rhizoma typhoon 30%, astragalus 50% and notopterygium root 10%; the total content of the ...


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Wu Yanyong: Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating flat wart. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195643

The invention discloses a traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating verruca plana, which is characterized in that: it is made from the following components by mass percentage of: reddle 20%, ochre 20%, erosaria 20%, white peony root 10%, honegsukle flower 10%, mulberry leaf 10% and phell ...


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Wu Yanyong: Oral liquid for treating hemiplegia. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195645

The invention discloses an oral liquid for treating hemiplegia which is prepared from components by weight percentage including 1.4-1.9% ginseng, 2.4-2.9% atractylodes, 1.4-1.9% poria, 1.8-2.3% angelica, 1.8-2.3% chuanxiong, 1.4-1.9 white peony root, 1.4-1.9% rehmanniae radix, 1.4-1.9% rehmanniae va ...


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Wu Yanyong: Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating skin, burn, scald without scar. Wu Yanyong, June 10, 2009: CN200710195653

The invention discloses a traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating skin burn and scald without scar, which is composed by the following components by mass percentages of: scutellaria 4.6-4.8%, astragalus 1.7-1.9%, rhubarb 1.7-1.9%, coptis 1.7-1.9%, lithospermum 1.7-1.9%, olibanum 1.7-1. ...



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