Phytochemical and pharmacological studies on Radix Angelica sinensis
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Generally, ASP, a major constituent of initial extraction of the root, underlines the hematogenic and immunogenic element of Chinese Angelica Sinensis
to some extent.
Wang, "The action of JAK, SMAD and ERK signal pathways on hepcidin suppression by polysaccharides from Angelica sinensis
in rats with iron deficiency anemia," Food & Function, vol.
However, only 1,919 subjects had RPCHMs prescribed after being diagnosed with CKD, and most of them (n = 1,381; 72%) received RPCHMs that contain Angelica sinensis
. Therefore, we combined those patients who did not receive Angelica sinensis
after the diagnosis of CKD into a group to allow more meaningful statistical analyses.
Zhang, "Angelica sinensis
polysaccharide regulates glucose and lipid metabolism disorder in prediabetic and streptozotocin-induced diabetic mice through the elevation of glycogen levels and reduction of inflammatory factors," Food and Function, vol.
Keywords: Angelica sinensis
; Soil sickness; Culturable microbial population; Growth parameter; Anti-oxidative enzymes
Tuo-Li-Xiao-Du-San is comprised of four herbs, Astragalus membranaceus, Angelica sinensis
, Angelica dahurica, and thorns of Gleditsia sinensis, in the ratio of 5:5:4:4 (15 g for the former two and 12 g for the latter two).
Radix (roots of Angelica sinensis
; ASR), well known as "female ginseng", is one of the commonly used traditional Chinese medicines (TCM).
Radix and Ligusticum chuanxiong Hort were the most frequently used herbs (nine studies) in herbal formula decoctions (Table 4).
mongholicus (Bunge) Hsiao roots (AR) from Shanxi Province  andtwo-year-old Angelica sinensis
(Oliv.) Diels roots (ASR) from Minxian in Gansu Province, China , were collected.
mongholicus roots from Shanxi province  and two-year-old Angelica sinensis
roots from Minxian in Gansu province  were collected.
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.
The antioxidant activities of three popular ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine, namely Angelica sinensis
(AS), Lycium barbarum (LB) and Poria cocos (PC) were evaluated in this study.
It is comprised of danggui (Angelica sinensis
), chuanxiong (Ligusticum chuanxiong), baishaoyao (Paeonia lactiflora) and shoudehuang (Rehmannia glutinosa), and has been shown to suppress sympathetic nervous system activity in humans causing uterine relaxation.