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What is the difference between Taxus cuspidata and Taxus cuspidata

Hank Schrader
2020-08-12 08:31:48
The efficacy of Taxus cuspidatum is different from that of Taxus cuspidatum. Taxus cuspidatum has more efficacy, but it is mainly for health care. The main efficacy of Taxus cuspidatum is to repair the body tissue damaged by cancer. Taxus chinensis in South China likes cool and humid environment, so it has high requirements on soil; Taxus chinensis in Northeast China has low requirements on soil, which can be basically adapted.

The difference in efficacy

Southern yew

Taxus chinensis var. mairei has many effects, but most of them are mainly health care. Taxus mairei can treat kidney diseases, diabetes, edema, dysuria, gonorrhea and so on. In addition, it can also treat irregular menstruation, postpartum stasis, dysmenorrhea and so on.

Yew in the Northeast

The main effect is to repair the body tissue damaged by cancer.

The difference of growing environment

Southern yew

It mainly grows in the warm temperate and subtropical climate types, likes the cool and humid environment, and often grows in the cool and humid environment at the foot of the mountain. The ability of the southern Taxus to adapt to the climate is relatively strong, the growth temperature is about 10 ° C to 15 ° C, and the lowest temperature to adapt is about - 10 ° C. Taxus chinensis var. mairei has higher requirements on soil, like acid and slightly acid soil, such as yellow soil, yellow brown soil

Taxus cuspidata

I like to live in a cool, humid and fertile environment, but the requirements of the Northeast Taxus on the soil are not high, so I can basically adapt to it. The low temperature tolerance of the Northeast Taxus is even more amazing, and the lowest temperature that can survive is about - 40 ℃. Taxus cuspidata can't bear low temperature and high temperature. When the temperature reaches about 30 ℃, the growth will slow down or even stop.

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