Aquilaria Agallocha

A deciduous tree, the resinous wood of which is diuretic, stimulant, and tonic; it is used for angina, fatigue, gastritis, HTN, neurosis, paresthesias of extremities, mental stress
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Altuner, "In vitro antimicrobial screening of Aquilaria agallocha roots," African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative medicines, vol.
As the determined technology developed, the PA was also detected within volatile oil from other plants, such as Herba Lysimachia paridiformis (22.54%) [5], Rhizoma Valeriana jatamansi jones (5.88%) [6], Rhizoma Nardostachys chinensis (4.5%) [7], Radix Mallotus apelta (4.48%) [8], Foliage Ficus microcarpa (4.05%) [9], Herba Pholidota cantonensis (3.60%) [10], Herba Asarum sieboldii (2.75%) [11], Herba Gendarussa vulgaris (2.68%) [12], Radix Helleborus thibetanus (0.811%) [13], Herba Sedum sarmentosum (0.53%) [14], Aquilaria agallocha (0.392%) [15], Pericardium Citri reticulatae (China: Xinhui, 0.178%; Guangxi, 0.162%; and Fujian, 0.086%) [16], Fructus Periploca forrestii Schltr.
The use of South Asian substances, such as chenxiang (Aquilaria agallocha), in pre-Buddhist Daoist and medical practice also suggests early cultural contacts of China with South Asia, but research on this fascinating topic has yet to be undertaken.
Analysis of essential oil of eaglewood tree (Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.) by gas chromatography mass spectrometry.
For clearing of mucus, bark of Santalum album or Aquilaria agallocha was dried, powdered, mixed with powdered seeds of Nigella sativa and advised to be smelled by the patient occasionally till clearance of mucus occurs.
(clove); 7.1 g Saussurea lappa Clarke (Kote-kra-dook); 7.1 g Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.; 9.3 g Atraetlis ovata Thunb.; (Kote-kae-ma); 4.7 g menthol; 1.4 g Borneo camphor; and 3.5 g Angelica anomala Lallem (Kote-sor).