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ZHAO-BIN CHEN. Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2004, 17(4): 492-498.
Citation: ZHAO-BIN CHEN. Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2004, 17(4): 492-498.

Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA

  • Disinfection means killing or removing pathogenic microorganisms in media to realize a harmless process. A disinfectant, which is also referred to as a disinfection medicine in relevant regulations, is the medicine used to kill microorganisms for the purpose of disinfection. The disinfectants prepared from plants (including traditional Chinese herbal medicines) and the extracts thereof are called herbal disinfectants[1]. China has a long history of using herbal disinfectants. As early as in 533 A.D., the use of Cornel to sterilize well water was recorded in Necessary Techniques for Qi People by Jia Enxie of the Beiwei Dynasty[2]. During the Dragon Boat Festival, people often use fumigants made of traditional Chinese herbal medicines like Chinese Atractylodes, Argy Wormwood Leaf and Red Arsenic Sulfide to smoke their houses, so as to ward off plagues and drive away evils[3]. In fact this is now a kind of disinfection practice.
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Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA

Abstract: Disinfection means killing or removing pathogenic microorganisms in media to realize a harmless process. A disinfectant, which is also referred to as a disinfection medicine in relevant regulations, is the medicine used to kill microorganisms for the purpose of disinfection. The disinfectants prepared from plants (including traditional Chinese herbal medicines) and the extracts thereof are called herbal disinfectants[1]. China has a long history of using herbal disinfectants. As early as in 533 A.D., the use of Cornel to sterilize well water was recorded in Necessary Techniques for Qi People by Jia Enxie of the Beiwei Dynasty[2]. During the Dragon Boat Festival, people often use fumigants made of traditional Chinese herbal medicines like Chinese Atractylodes, Argy Wormwood Leaf and Red Arsenic Sulfide to smoke their houses, so as to ward off plagues and drive away evils[3]. In fact this is now a kind of disinfection practice.

ZHAO-BIN CHEN. Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2004, 17(4): 492-498.
Citation: ZHAO-BIN CHEN. Overview STUDY AND APPLICATION OF HERBAL DISINFECTANTS IN CHINA[J]. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, 2004, 17(4): 492-498.

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