Cnidium monnieri (L.) Cuss., a traditional Chinese medicine, is the dried and mature fruit of Cnidium monnieri (L.) Cuss. It is also called wild carrot seed. It is widely distributed in East China, South Central, Southwest, Northwest, North China, Northeast China and other places.
Cnidium is used as medicine with fruit. Its fruit contains about 1.3% volatile oil. The taste is pungent, bitter, warm in nature, and slightly poisonous. It has the functions of dispelling cold and dispelling wind, warming the kidney and assisting yang, drying dampness, killing insects, and relieving itching. It can treat impotence in men, wet itching of the scrotum, cold infertility in women's uterus, rheumatic arthralgia, and vaginal trichomonas.
Used as veterinary medicine: veterinary medicine is made from the fruit of veterinary medicine, used as insecticide, excitement, stomach invigoration and analgesic.
Used as pesticide: Cnidium can be used to make pesticides to prepare insecticides and fungicides.
For ornamental purposes: As the leaves of the snake bed are beautiful and split in a pinnate shape, the inflorescence is pure and fragrant.