Angelica gigas

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Angelica gigas,

n See angelica.
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The EstroG-100[R] botanicals (Cynanchum wilfordii, Phlomis umbrosa, and Angelica gigas Nakai) have for centuries each been used traditionally in Asia for promoting health.
This clinical research study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of a new herbal product, EstroG-100, containing a mixture of standardized extracts of Cynanchum wilfordii, Phlomis umbrosa and Angelica gigas, on menopausal symptoms.
Antinociceptive profiles of crude extract from roots of Angelica gigas NAKAI in various pain models.
New research is surfacing around a specialized type of Angelica known as Angelica gigas Nakai.
Pectic polysaccharide isolated from Angelica gigas Nakai inhibits melanoma cell metastasis and growth by directly preventing cell adhesion and activating host immune functions.
Protection against beta-amyloid peptide-induced memory impairment with long-term administration of extract of Angelica gigas or decursinol in mice.
Four new neuroprotective dihydropyranocoumarins from Angelica gigas.
Decursin from Angelica gigas mitigates amnesia induced by scopolamine in mice.
Coumarins isolated from Angelica gigas inhibit acetylcholinesterase: structure-activity relationships.
Anti-tumor activities of decursinol angelate and decursin from Angelica gigas.
Decursin: a cytotoxic agent and protein kinase C activator from the root of Angelica gigas.