Anemarrhena

A·nem·ar·rhe·na

(ă-nem'ă-rē'nă)
A. asphodeloides, an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is purportedly of value in treating fever, bowel, and urinary disorders, and some infectious diseases.
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For focus, Sleep assists restful sleep with valerian, licorice, hops, China root, anemarrhena and magnesium; Calcium + Vitamin D improves bone health and helps prevent osteoporosis; Chlorophyll duo negates the effects of pollutants, chemicals, free radicals and acidic diets; Grape Seed contains vitamin C, which supports skin health, pigmentation, microcirculation, collagen production and relieves leg swelling; and High Strength Cranberry supports urinary tract health and reduces frequency of recurrent urinary tract infections.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, the patient was diagnosed with a yin deficiency, she was prescribed Atractylodes rhizome, raw gardenia, Rhizoma Chuanxiong, radix paeoniae rubra, Cyperus rotundus, paeonol, comfrey, raw rehmannia, Anemarrhena, phellodendron, Radix Bupleuri, artemisinin annua and other medications, which she took for two months.
On the other hand, Stipa grandi, Stipa krylovii, Cleistogenes squarrosa, Anemarrhena asphodeloides were the dominant grasses in TS, their DM yield at a high level of order were 1147.
Steroidal saponins are naturally found in the roots and barks of various Chinese herbs, which possess anti-inflammatory effects, such as: anemar saponin B, a steroidal saponin which are isolated from the rhizomes of Anemarrhena asphodeloides Bge by decreasing the protein and mRNA levels of iNOS and COX-2.
Sarsasapogenin is a compound isolated from the roots of the plant Anemarrhena asphodeloides.
Embryology, cytology and systematics of Hemiphylacus, Asparagus and Anemarrhena (Asparagales).
Background: Anemarrhena asphodeloides (Liliaceae family) and Mangifera indica L (Anacardiaceae family) contain neomangiferin as the main active constituent and have been used to treat inflammation, asthma, and pain.
Steroidal glycosides from the rhizomes of Anemarrhena asphodeloides and their antiplatelet aggregation activity.
1988) for Anemarrhena asphodeloides, and el-Ghazaly and Nilsson (1991) for Catharanthus roseus.
Isolation and hypoglycemic activity of anemarans A, B, C and D, glycans of Anemarrhena asphodeloides rhizomes.
Systematics and embryology of Hemiphylacus, Anemarrhena and Asparagaceae.