Monday, August 22, 2016

Chinese Medicine Herbal Therapy - Popular Chinese Herbs - Long Gu (Fossilia Ossis Mastodi)

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         Long Gu (Fossilia Ossis Mastodi)

Long Gu is also known as Fossilized Dragon’s Bone. The sweet, acrid and neutral herb has been used in TCM to treat anxiety, stop bleeding, relax the skeletal muscles, etc. as it controls ascending Liver-Yang due to Yin Deficiency, calms the Mind, strengthens the Yin, preserves Body Fluids, etc., by enhancing the functions of heart, liver, large intestine and kidney channels.

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Health Benefits
1. Sedative and anticonvulsive activities
In the study, in vivo characterization of the sedative activities of Fossilia Mastodi OSSIS was performed in order to obtain basic information for the development of a putative natural sedative, showed that The 80% methanol extract of Fossilia Mastodi OSSIS given per os at a dose of 3 g/kg in mice showed anxiolysis, potentiation of pentobarbital sleeping time, reduced locomotor activity, and anticonvulsive activity. Fossilia elicited GABA(A) receptor-mediated anxiolysis. The data obtained suggest that the 80% methanol extract of Fossilia Mastodi OSSIS contains some biologically active principles with sedative activity(1).

2. Optimizing risk-taking behavior
In the study of 14 participants recruited for this study were randomly assigned to the experimental and control groups and the TCM recipe (Panax, 520 mg; Astragalus membranaceous Bunge, 520 mg; Masnetitum, 840 mg; Ostrea gigas Thumb, 470 mg; Thinleaf Milkwort Root Radix Polygalae, 450 mg; and Os Draconis, 470 mg), suggest that interventions acting on factors modulating risk-taking decision making could have a beneficial effect in terms of optimizing risk-taking behavior(2).

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Side Effects
1. Do not use in patient diagnosed with damp heat
2. Do not use the Herb in newborn, children or if you are pregnant or
breast feeding with out approval first with the related field specialist
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