poria

po·ri·a

(pō-rē'ă),
Plural of porion.
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fu ling

Chinese medicine
A fungus that grows on the roots of various conifers; it is diuretic, sedative and tonic, and used for anorexia, bloating, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertension, indigestion, insomnia and oliguria.
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Deepak Poria, General Manager APAC at Dynama commented, "Since moving from Sydney to Canberra nearly three years ago, we have invested heavily in supporting our customer base with new services and more people to ensure they get the best value from our products.
For additional health benefits, Holistic Hound products also contain a blend of five certified organic medicinal mushrooms, including Reishi, Shiitake, Mesima, Poria and Turkey Tail.
Kennedy, Structure, molecular size and antitumor activities of polysaccharides from Poria cocos mycelia produced in fermenter, Carbohydr.
Lawyers for Ali Badkoobehi, 30, of San Diego and brothers Sina Edalat, 34, Poria Edalat, 30, and Saman Edalat, 39, of the greater Los Angeles area said the allegations were fabricated.
886.5 G/mole) was effectively synthesized and radiolabeled using [sup.111]In[Cl.sub.3] and [sup.68]Ga[Cl.sub.3] as described by Poria et al.
LGZG is a classic TCM formula, which is a mixture of four herbs: Poria, Ramulus Cinnamomi, Atractylodes macrocephala Koidz, and Radix Glycyrrhizae.
We can immediately get the following result obtained by Poria in [15], when putting Th = [Id.sub.H] in Lemma 1.