(1) A friend says: ├ö├ç├┐I had the flu and aconite fixed me in one day.├ö├ç├û(2) Another doctor who killed his three wives, this time with aconite , escaped the hangman's noose by taking cyanide.(3) Other kidney tonics based on Rehmannia 6 add more ingredients, such as cinnamon bark and aconite , to warm the kidneys.(4) Both Rehmannia six and Rehmannia eight, the latter with the addition of cinnamon bark and prepared aconite are the two most frequently prescribed formulas used for tonifying kidney yin and yang respectively(5) Some of these methods such as the detoxification of aconite by preparing it with salt and/or long boiling decoction are a mainstay of TCM practice.(6) However, to understand the more subtle indications we might get a clue from the homeopathic indication for aconite which are symptoms caused by shock.(7) This would allow for the use of a variety of familiar medicinal herbs, including poisonous plants like aconite .(8) It is used by itself to treat most metabolic poisons (including poisoning by aconite and overuse of ephedrine and other stimulants).(9) In fact baking or cooking for a long time in pressurized hot water can help to neutralize the toxic aconitum in raw aconite .(10) It deserves notice that he experimented with the most boasted substances - cinchona, aconite , mercury, bryonia, belladonna.(11) She was given Du Huo Angelica and Loranthes Combination (Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang) with the addition of 4 gms of prepared aconite to relieve the chronic arthritic condition and pains.(12) Have been necking vitamin C, zinc, garlic pills, gelsemium, aconite and lucozade in attempt to get rid of it.(13) She is familiar with aconite ; it's usually the first remedy I reach for when a child starts to feel sick.(14) In the UK, although the legal situation is somewhat ambiguous, it appears that all forms of aconite are effectively banned for internal use.(15) The Chinese medical diagnosis was water qi disease, thus ginseng and aconite were used, as indicated for yin type edema.(16) In the Book of Venoms, he listed arsenic, aconite , hellebore, laurel, opium, bryony, mandrake, leopard's gall, and menstrual blood.