Bupleurum - This commonly employeed member of Apiaceae is on the list to be grown locally.
Platycodon - Another for the garden.
Ophiopogon - And another.
Pinellia - We have Skunk Cabbage and Jack-in-the-Pulpit.
Ziziphus - Have seen them in markets, but not locally.
Peach Pit - This is stronger fresh and less toxic dried.
Teasel - Wildcrafting & cultivation.
Achyranthes - Which Amaranth species?
Chuan Xiong - Osha is a good replacement. Have also used Garden Lovage.
Dong Quai - This is one for the garden list that requires additional preparation.
Rehmannia - Used fresh and prepared.
Garlic Chives - Already in the garden, but let's grow more! Interesting to consider the medicinal uses.
Gogi - Some cultivation. Common in health food stores.
Rat time (Gallbladder) has: Lycopus, Aquilaria, and Boswellia. Aquilaria sinensis is a species of plant in the Thymelaeaceae family. It is endemic to China. It is threatened byhabitat loss. This medicinal plant is a source of fragrant wood, formed under a pathological condition, called Chen Xiang (Chinese: 沈香) or agarwood. (- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquilaria_sinensis)
Ox time (Liver) has Deer antler, Aquilaria, Lycopus, Cinnamon, and Achyranthes.