Scrophularia ningpoensis


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Scrophularia ningpoensis,

n See figwort.
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Radix Scrophulariae (known as Xuan Shen in China), derived from the root of Scrophularia ningpoensis Hemsl.
Fast repairing of oxidized OH radical adducts of dAMP and dGMP by phenylpropanoid glycosides from Scrophularia ningpoensis Hemsl.
The representatives are Wolfberry fruit (GOUJIZI), Lingustrum lucidum Ait (NUZHENZI), Rehmannia root (DIHUANG), Schisandra chinensis (Turcs) Bail (WUWEIZI), Ophiopogen japonica (Thunb) Ker-Gawl (MAIMENDONG), and Scrophularia ningpoensis Hemsl (XUANSHEN).
Radix Scrophulariae, a traditional Chinese herb medicine derives from the Scrophularia ningpoensis (Xuans hen), has long been used in clinic to treat febrile diseases with impairment of Yin manifested by deep red tongue and dire thirst or with eruptions, constipation due to impairment of body fluid; phtisis with cough, conjunctivitis, sore throat, scrofula, diphteria, boils and sores, internal bleeding (Wagner et al.