Chinese angelica

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Synonyms for Chinese angelica

similar to American angelica tree but less prickly

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Angelica Sinensis Radix (roots of Angelica sinensis; ASR), well known as "female ginseng", is one of the commonly used traditional Chinese medicines (TCM).
Total Matricaria recutita 1:2 25 ml Angelica sinensis 1:1 25 ml Paeonia lactiflora 1:2 25 ml Rhodiola rosea 2:1 25 ml TOTAL 100 ml Dose: 5 ml morning and night.
Dong Quai, or angelica sinensis, is a herbal therapy that has been used extensively for the treatment of gynecological disorders for thousands of years in traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese medicine.
Hematopoietic effect of water-soluble polysaccharides from Angelica sinensis on mice with acute blood loss.
Polysaccharides from Angelica sinensis alleviate neuronal cell injury caused by oxidative stress," Neural Regeneration Research, vol.
Aims and Methods A pot experiment was carried out to determine the effect of Angelica sinensis intercropped with garlic on A.
Can Rhizoma Chuanxiong replace Radix Angelica Sinensis in the traditional Chinese herbal decoction Danggui Buxue Tang.
Kupfersztain et al in 2003 examined a natural plant extract of Angelica sinensis and Matricaria chamomilla in 55 postmenopausal women for 12 weeks.
Certain oriental herbs have also proven beneficial for hay fever, including liquorice, Chinese scullcup and Angelica sinensis.
Total Hypericum perforatum 1:2 50 mL Verbena vervain 1:2 40 mL Ginkgo biloba 1:2 30 mL Angelica sinensis 1:2 40 mL Glycyrrhiza glabra 1:2 40 mL TOTAL 200 mL Dose 5 mL two to three times daily with food.
A novel polysaccharide isolated from Angelica sinensis, named APS-1d showed cytotoxic activity towards several cancer cell lines in vitro.
The top ten traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) herbs included Glycyrrhiza glabra, Angelica sinensis, Polygala tenuifolia and Rehmannia glutinosa.
The protective effects of alcohol extract from the root of Angelica sinensis (AS) on [beta]-amyloid peptide (A[beta])-induced toxicity and the mechanism of these effects were investigated.