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Danshen, the dried root of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge (Lamiaceae) is a well-known traditional Chinese herbal medicine that has been widely used for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disorders.
The Company believes that Northwest University chose to cooperate and collaborate with the Company research team for further research and development of Danshensu Yibingzhi (IDHP) in light of the Company's own research and development track record with Danshen Granules, Zushima Analgesic Spray, Zhitong Tougu Plaster, Qianlietong, Hyperthyroidism Capsules, among others.
a herbal prescription containing Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng), astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus), goji berry fruit (Lycium barbarum), trichosanthes root (Trichosanthis kirilowii), Chinese violet (Viola mandshurica) and the root of red-rooted sage or danshen (Salvia miltiorrhiza), showed positive results.
Salvia miltiorrhiza ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno ac mae o hefyd yn cael ei adnabod fel tan shen neu danshen.
Outstanding enterprises producing Chinese patent medicine for the treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases include Shandong Buchang Pharma (products include Guanxin Shutong Capsule and Naoxinshu Oral Solution), Tianjin Tasly Group (products include Compound Danshen Dripping Pills and Yangxue Qingnao Granule), Jinling Pharmaceutical (products include Mailuoning Injection and Mailuoning Oral Solution), Shijiazhuang Yiling Pharmaceutical (products include Tongxinluo Capsule and Shensong Yangxin Capsule), etc.
Ask any acupuncturist about Danshen, its Chinese name, and you'll hear how it thins the blood, reduces inflammation, and improves circulation.
In the study, the researchers performed laboratory tests on DanShen, GuaLou and other herbs purchased at a Houston store to assess their ability to produce nitric oxide.
7) And as with the herbs, danshen, dong quai and papaya, garlic has been noted to interfere with platelet function.
The article incorrectly stated: "To further complicate the situation, danshen is taken in a variety of forms: by inhalation and by incorporation into some Chinese cigarettes.
Effect of Chinese medicines Chan Su and Danshen on EMIT 2000 and Randox digoxin immunoassays: wide variation in digoxin-like immunoreactivity and magnitude of interference in digoxin measurement by different brands of the same product.
Effect of Chinese Medicines Chan Su and Danshen in EMIT 2000 and Randox Digoxin immunoassays: Wide variation in Digoxin-Like immunoreactivity and magnitude of interference in Digoxin measurement by different brands of the same product.
Tam LS, Chan TYK, Leung WK, Critchley JA: Warfarin interactions with Chinese traditional medicines: Danshen and methyl salicylate medicated oil.