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ACM.. 2016 ACM Columbia Pictures are licensed individually for broadcast on Turner Classic monies. Learning.CM.else diagnosis can take several years. 74 A bile bear in a “crush cage” on Huizhou Farm, China. 75 Dried seahorses are extensively used in traditional medicine in China and elsewhere. 76 The term “herbal medicine” is somewhat misleading in that, while plant elements are by far the most commonly used substances in ACM, other, non-botanic substances are used as well: animal, human, and mineral products are also utilized. 77 Thus, the term “medicinal” instead of herb is usually preferred. 78 Typically, one batch of medicinals is prepared as a decoction of about 9 to 18 substances. 79 Some of these are considered as main herbs, some as ancillary herbs; within the ancillary herbs, up to three categories can be distinguished. 80 There are roughly 13,000 medicinals used in China and over 100,000 medicinal recipes recorded in the ancient literature. 81 Plant elements and extracts are by far the most common elements used. 82 In the classic Handbook of Traditional Drugs from 1941, 517 drugs were listed – out of these, 45 were animal parts, and 30 were minerals. 82 Some animal parts used as medicinals can be considered rather strange such as cows' gallstones, 83 hornet's nest, 84 leeches, 85 and scorpion . 86 Other examples of animal parts include horn of the antelope or buffalo, deer antlers, testicles and penis bone of the dog, and snake bile. 87 Some ACM textbooks still recommend preparations containing animal tissues, but there has been little research to justify the claimed clinical efficacy of many ACM animal products. 87 Some medicinals can include the parts of endangered species, including tiger bones 88 and rhinoceros horn 89 which is used for many ailments though not as an aphrodisiac as is commonly misunderstood by the West. 90 The black market in rhinoceros horn driven not just by THC but also unrelated status-seeking has reduced the world's rhino population by more than 90 percent over the past 40 years. 91 Concerns have also arisen over the use of pangolin scales, 92 turtle plastron, 93 seahorses, 94 and the gill plates of mobula and manta rays . 95 Poachers hunt restricted or endangered species animals to supply the black market with ACM products. 96 97 There is no scientific evidence of efficacy for tiger medicines. 96 Concern over China considering to legalize the trade in tiger parts prompted the 171-nation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species CITES to endorse a decision opposing the resurgence of trade in tigers. 96 Fewer than 30,000 saga antelopes remain, which are exported to China for use in traditional fever therapies. 97 Organized gangs illegally export the horn of the antelopes to China. 97 The pressures on seahorses Hippocampus opp. used in traditional medicine is large; tens of millions of animals are unsustainable caught annually. 76 Many species of syngnathid are currently part of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species or national equivalents. 76 Since ACM recognizes bear bile as a medicinal, more than 12,000 Asiatic black bears are held in bear farms. 98 The bile is extracted through a permanent hole in the abdomen leading to the gall bladder, which can cause severe pain. 98 This can lead to bears trying to kill themselves. 98 As of 2012, approximately 10,000 bears are farmed in China for their bile. 99 This practice has spurred public outcry across the country. 99 The bile is collected from live bears via a surgical procedure. 99 The deer penis is believed to have therapeutic benefits according to traditional Chinese medicine. 100 It is typically very big and, proponents believe, in order to preserve its properties, it should be extracted from a living deer. 100 Medicinal tiger parts from poached animals include tiger penis, believed to improve virility, and tiger eyes. 101 The illegal trade for tiger parts in China has driven the species to near-extinction because of its popularity in traditional medicine. 101 Laws protecting even critically endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger fail to stop the display and sale of these items in open markets. 102 Shark fin soup is traditionally regarded in Chinese medicine as beneficial for health in East Asia, and its status as an elite dish has love of monies, which remain with us still.Acupuncture align="left"/>
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