white peony

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A perennial herb, the root of which is antipyretic, antiseptic, and hemostatic

white peony,

n Latin name:
Paeonia lactiflora; part used: roots; uses: spasms, antiinflammatory, pain, menstrual pain, abortion, anticoagulant; precautions: could augment activity of blood-thinning medications. Also called
bai shao yao.
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Total Matricaria recutita 1:2 25 ml Angelica sinensis 1:1 25 ml Paeonia lactiflora 1:2 25 ml Rhodiola rosea 2:1 25 ml TOTAL 100 ml Dose: 5 ml morning and night.
Paeonia lactiflora is used in treatment of gynaecological diseases and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract; it is known for its sedative, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory and expectorative action.
A CUT ABOVE: Paeonia lactiflora look great alone or (inset) in flower beds
Paeoniflorin isolated from Paeonia lactiflora was purchased from ChromaDex Inc.
The traditional Chinese/Kanpo formula known as Shakuyaku-Kanzo-To or TJ-68, which is a decoction of Glycyrrhiza glabra and Paeonia lactiflora, has been the subject of a number of clinical trials, all of which demonstrate activity in the hormonal regulation of androgens.
TGP was extracted and isolated from the root of Paeonia lactiflora Pall by ethanol reflux, n-butanol extraction, and macroreticular absorption resin chromatography.
Paeoniflorin (PF), the major active ingredient of Paeonia lactiflora Pallas, has been reported to have many pharmacological effects, such as anti-arthritic (Zheng et al.
indica, Rhus chinensis Mill, Paeonia suffruticosa, Paeonia lactiflora, Schinus terebinthifolius, Acer truncatum Bunge and Terminalia chebula (Jinhui et al.
Platelet anti-aggregatory and blood anti-coagulant effects of compounds isolated from Paeonia lactiflora and Paeonia suffruticosa.
A review on the pharmacology of Paeonia lactiflora and its chemical components.
Because the effective dose of other plant species widely recognized as antidepressants, such as Valerian officinal is, Paeonia lactiflora, and several Hypericum species (Sanchez-Mateo et al.