What is Cimicifuga simplex
Cimicifuga simplex is a large perennial grass of the Department of Ranunculaceae , of Cimicifuga genus native to the mountains of Japan, Korea and China. Summer and fall, from stem and leaf axil stretched thick spikes, many brush-shaped white flowers. Leaves are palmately compound leaves in long petiole, palmately lobed with the man. Leaf edges are serrated.
Common name: Cimicifuga simplex, scientific name:Cimicifuga simplex, Habitat: Japan, Korea, China, environment: mountains, Life type: large perennials, plant height: 100-150 cm, the shape of the leaflets: Tip pointed oval with 2-lights have palmately lobed and three-lobed, leaf color: green, leaf arrangement: biplane long petiole, leaf margin: sawtooth stock, spicate inflorescence type: brushes, inflorescence length: 30 cm, flower color: white, flowering August-October, stamens color: white, Uses: herbal medicine