Medicinal properties
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Basic specification
Visible name Medicinal properties
Typical usage This is a list of the ways in which this plant has been used to treat illness and to promote health.
Visible display type Displayed in a short list with a special pop-up window for showing the full list of possible medicinal properties.  Properties in the full list are organized by code as follows:
Code Grouping
100 circulatory system
200 digestive system
300 respiratory system
400 urinary system
500 reproductive system
530 female body
560 male body
600 systemic
700 nervous system
800 musculoskeletal system
900 external body
Data entry view Herbal medicine view

Storage details
SQL name MedicinalProperties
Storage type A text value up to 160 characters in length.
A semicolon-separated list of properties.

Import / export notes

When importing and exporting the column name for this item is MedicinalProperties.
When importing with the Merge option, the existing semicolon-separated values of this item will be merged with the values specified in the input file.
Action File type Notes
Import Delimited file A semicolon-separated list of medicinal properties.
XML file ditto
Export Delimited file A semicolon-separated list of medicinal properties.
XML file ditto

Publication templates

The replacement tag is <cb:MedicinalProperties>. The possible attributes for this tag are shown below. Values marked with an asterisk are used by default.
Attribute Possible values Notes
multilist on * Output the list of names using an HTML <table></table> tag pair.  Each property is placed in a separate row within the table.
off Output the list of properties separated by spaces.
graphics on * The symbolic icon for each property is shown.
off The symbolic icon for each property is not shown.
text on * The text value of each part is shown.
off No text is written.


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Last reviewed March 25, 2004   


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