Ueber Sojabohnenöl

H. Matthes, A. Dahle
1911 Archiv der Pharmazie  
h r i f t . Soeben erhalte ich folgendes Schreiben, daa icli in englimhen Worten wiedergebe : "Observations and investigations during my travels in Western China in 1907-1908 and again in 1910 have caused me to modify the opinion I published in 1906 concerning the source of Chinese medicinal Rhubard. The medicinal rhubarb collected around Tatien-lu (Tachien-lu) and also in Westerb Hupeh in most certainly R. officinale &s stated in 1906. That collected around Sungpan, Xorth-western SAechuan, and
more » ... stern SAechuan, and in the Tibetan country to the west and north-west of that region, is unquestionably R. palmaturn, zmr. tanguticum. It is possible that other species of Rheum, natire of these Chino-Tibetan uplands, are also used for adulterating the Ch' inese rhubarb of commerce. At any rate, having seen many thousands of plants of both R. officinale and R. palmaturn, var. tanquticum, growing w-ld in their respective haunts I am now satisfied that the two species are involved. T h e r h u b a r d f r o m t h e S u n g p a n r e g i o n s (R. palmatum var. tanguticum) i s c o n s i d e r e d b y t h e C h i n e s e t o b e m u c h s u p e r i o r t o t h e r h u b a r d f r o m t h e T a t i e n -l u r e g i o n s (R. o/ficinule) a n d i t f e t c h e s a c o n s i d e r a b l y h i g h e r p r i c e i n t h e m a r k e t .
doi:10.1002/ardp.19112490420 fatcat:bwh3f5hsofg6npl44exnsevolm