decoction


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(pharmacology) the extraction of water-soluble drug substances by boiling

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Effect of Sanao decoction, a traditional Chinese prescription, on IL-4 treated normal human bronchial epithelium.
It is often used in decoction preparations to treat dementia and cardiovascular diseases such as angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, and hyperlipidemia (Ji et al.
Our decoction system is very important, and of course we brew in copper kettles with direct heating, for a little caramel.
However, the chemical and biological comparison of these two herbs is not fully revealed, and interestingly their roles in making up of a herbal decoction has not been addressed.
We're set up for decoction mashing now, and we just put a new mill in to replace a pair of 40 year old mills.
The formula used was Liu Wei Di Huang Tang He Gan Mai Da Zao Tang (Six Flavors Rehmannia Decoction plus Licorice, Wheat, & Red Date Decoction):
Our previous studies showed that after oral administration of an Huang-Lian-Jie-Du-Tang (HLJDT) decoction, there is a higher concentration of the pure components, berberine, baicalin and gardenoside in the plasma of Middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) rats than in sham-operated rats.
Then, an HPLC method was developed and validated to characterize the HQT decoction.
Manuele noted that Pilsner Urquell is still made using double decoction and direct flame boiling, two measures he called critical to flavor formation.
The brewery makes it with a decoction mash, using German malts, German Noble Tettnanger hops and a Bavarian yeast.
Olive leaf water extraction (OLWE) and olive leaf decoction (OLD) were derived from the same collection of Olea europaea leaves.
A decoction mash as well as a secondary fermentation are used to build flavor.
In addition, CP is also an important component herb of many popular herbal formulae, such as Huanglian Jiedu Decoction and Yiqi Congming Decoction, for the treatment of AD (Ma and Wang 2011; Xiao and Zhang 2011).
We use decoction mashing to give the Pale Bock a malt flavor that is rarely found today.