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As General Tsin describes, the Zhu Jiao plant is used to create a pink-colored paralyzing powder that "places the victim in a deep sleep," leaving them "awake, but unable to move." The antidote is to place the victim under a green-colored powder, which reverses the effects.
- The plant's name may have originated from the term "jiāo zhù", which means "to cast" or "to mold" (traditional Chinese: 澆鑄?; simplified Chinese: 浇铸).