aucklandia

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aucklandia

Chinese medicine
A herb, the root of which is used in Chinese medicine for gastrointestinal complaints, including anorexia, bloating, diarrhoea, nausea, pain and vomiting.
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The therapeutic composition includes a formula that contains combination of herbal composition of Saussurea acrophila Diels, Saussurea ceratocarpa, and Aucklandia lappa Decne at a particular ratio and HIV-immunised camel milk 'having anti-HIV antibodies'.
The therapeutic composition includes a formula that contains combination of herbal composition of Saussurea acrophila Diels , Saussurea ceratocarpa , and Aucklandia lappa Decne at a particular ratio and HIV-immunised camel milk 'having anti-HIV antibodies'.
Chinese English name Botanical name Frequency name of herb Gan cao Licorice Clycyrrhiza 26,185 uralensis Dang gui Chinese Angelica Radix Angelicae 16,285 Sinensis Ren shen Panax Ginseng Radix et rhizoma 14,154 ginseng Fu ling Indian Bread Poria 13,624 Bai zhu Largehead Radix atractylodis 10,361 Atractylodes macrocephalae Rhizome Fang feng Divaricate Radix 8661 Saposhnikovia saposhnikoviae Root Mu xiang Aucklandia Lappa Radix aucklandiae 8212 Fu zi Monkshood Radix aconiti 8111 lateralis praeparata Huang qin Baical Radix Scutellariae 7903 Skullcap Root Huang lian Golden Thread Rhizoma coptidis 7504 Chinese Formulae Database contains 96,592 formulae records.
dried ox gallstones; cholesterol/ bile salts), tien-chi ginseng (Panax notoginseng), mu xiang (Aucklandia lappa), Rheum officinale, fritillaria (Fritillaria cirrhosa), bing pian (Borneolum Syntheticum) as shown in Table 3, and the ingredients' appear to have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant actions.
japonica [3]; also they have been isolated from Aucklandia lappa [4] and Chinese medicine preparation called Liuwei Anxiao San [5].
[14, 16-22], Inula japonica [23], Aucklandia lappa, [24], Inula racemosa Hook.
A research regarding the antiadhesive effect of Traditional Chinese Medicinal plants, namely, Atractylodes macrocephala Koidz., Aucklandia lappa Decne., Cannabis sativa L., Citrus aurantium L., Codonopsis pilosula Franch., Magnolia officinalis Rehd.