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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Of the five herbs constituting SC-E3, Bupleuri Radix, the dried roots of Bupleurum falcatum L.
Yoshimura, "Isolation, characterization, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of new saponins from the roots of Bupleurum falcatum L.," Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
trichostachyum 1, Asperula supina 1, Bupleurum falcatum subsp.
It consists of 10 medicinal herb preparations, namely, Angelica sinensis radix (3.0 g), Bupleurum falcatum radix (3.0 g), Paeonia albiflora (3.0 g), glycyrrhizae radix (2.0 g), Moutan Radicis cortex (2.0 g), Gardenia fructus (2.0 g), Zingiber officinale rhizome (1.0 g), Atractylodis macrocephalae rhizome (3.0 g), Poria cocos (3.0 g), and Mentha arvensis (1.0 g).
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 2.5 part Fruit of Zizyphus jujube 2.5 part Root of Panax ginseng 2.5 part Shell of Ostrea gigas 2.5 part Fossilia ossis Mastoid 2.5 part Rhizome of Zingiber officinale 1 part These ten dried herbal and mineral drugs were decocted with 700 part of boiling water for 1 h.
Haploid Plantlet Production through Somatic Embryogenesis in Anther-Derived Callus of Bupleurum falcatum. Plant Production Science, 7(2): 204-211.
For example, the herb bupleurum (Bupleurum falcatum) contains saikosaponins a, b, c and d.
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.