hare’s ear

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hare’s ear

Chinese medicine
A perennial herb, the root of which is analgesic, antipyretic and an immune stimulant; it is used for amenorrhoea, bloating, cancer, chest pain, cirrhosis, irritability, low-grade fever, malaria, menstrual dysfunction (e.g., cramping, premenstrual syndrome), nausea, rectal and uterine prolapse, and vertigo.
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Bupleurum falcatum prevents depression and anxiety-like behaviors in rats exposed to repeated restraint stress.
trichostachyum 1, Asperula supina 1, Bupleurum falcatum subsp.
Although Lauren's period pain had improved, the long term support of Bupleurum falcatum, Paeonia lactiflora and Angelica sinensis would continue for two more cycles.
Root of Bupleurum falcatum 5 part Tuber of Pinellia ternata 4 part Bark of Cinnamomum cassia 3 part Sclerotium of Poria cocos 3 part Root of Scutellaria baicalensis 2.
Haploid Plantlet Production through Somatic Embryogenesis in Anther-Derived Callus of Bupleurum falcatum.
The health benefits found in these pectic polysaccharides are complement activating (anti-complementary) polysaccharides from the roots Angelica acutiloba, immune complex clearance-enhancing polysaccharides from the roots of Bupleurum falcatum, and anti-ulcer polysaccharides from the roots of Bulperum falcatum.
Yamada reported that bioactive pectic polysaccharides (Bupleuran 2IIb and 2IIc), which were isolated from the roots of Bupleurum falcatum L, had antiulcer (Sun et at 1991; Yamada et al.
List of constituent herbs in Saireito (SR) and Boiogito (BO) SR 7 parts Bupleuri Radix (roots of Bupleurum falcatum LINNE) 5 parts Alismatis Rhizoma (rhizomes of Alisma orientate JUZEPCZUK) 5 parts Pinelliae Tuber (rhizomes of Pinellia ternata BREITENBACH) 3 parts Scutellariae Radix (roots of Scutellaria baicalensis GEORGI) 3 parts Atractylodis Lanceae Rhizoma (rhizomes of Atractylodes lancea DE CANDOLLE) 3 parts Zizyphi Fructus (fruits of Zizyphus jujube MILLER var.
Characterization of antigenic epitopes in anti-ulcer pectic polysaccharides from Bupleurum falcatum L.
In this study, we investigated the inhibitory activities on AChE of several herbal medicines-Acorus calamus (AC), Acorus gramineus (AG), Bupleurum falcatum (BF), Dioscorea batatas (DB), Epimedium koreanum (EK), Poria cocos (= Pachyma hoelen; PC) and Zizyphus jujuba (ZJ).
1996) have reported that pharmacologically active pectin from Bupleurum falcatum was detected in T cell area of follicles of Peyer's patches after its oral administration.