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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Chinese Medicine Herbal Therapy - Popular Chinese Herbs - Liu Ji Nu or hua Shi Dan (Herba Artemisiae Anomalae)

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          Liu Ji Nu or hua Shi Dan (Herba Artemisiae Anomalae)


Liu Ji Nu is also known as artemesia. The bitter nad warm herb has been used in TCM to treat blockage of menses, post partum pain due to blood stasis, injuries from impacts, etc., as its promotes circulation of Blood, enefits menstruation, eliminates Blood statsis, calms pain, etc., by enhancing the functions of hreat and spleen channels.

Ingredients
1. Saponin
2. Flavonoids
3. Coumarin
4. Sesquiterpenoids
5. Camphor
6. Etc.

Health Benefits
1. Antioxidant activities
In the investigation of antioxidant activities of 45 Chinese herbs that regulate blood circulation using the oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) assay, reported for the first time antioxidant properties of many Chinese herbs. High antioxidant herbs were identified as Spatholobus suberectus vine (1990 micromol TE/g), Sanguisorba officinalis root (1940 micromol TE/g), Agrimonia pilosa herb (1440 micromol TE/g), Artemisia anomala herb (1400 micromol TE/g), Salvia miltiorrhiza root (1320 micromol TE/g) and Nelembo nucifera leaf (1300 micromol TE/g). Antioxidant capacity appears to correlate with the flavors of herbs identified within the formal TCM classification system and may be a useful guide in describing their utility and biochemical mechanism of action(1).

2. Anti herpes simplex virus
In the evaluating the antiviral effect of 472 traditional medicinal herbs (comprising raw material 10 mg/ml), through both initial (qualitative) and repeated (quantitative) screens, on type 1 herpes simplex virus, showed that through repeated screens, 10 highly effective herbs were Aristolochia debilis, Artemisia anomala, Lindera strychnifolia, Patrinia villosa, Pinus massoniana, Prunella vulgaris, Pyrrosia lingua, Rhus chinensis, Sargussum fusiforme and Taraxacum mongolicum. Clinically, among the 78 cases of herpetic keratitis due to HSV1 treated by Pyrrosia lingua and Prunella vulgaris eye drops, a cure was effected in 38 and an improvement in 37, with 3 being of no benefit(2).

3. Anti-HSV-II
In the investigating the anti-HSV-II action of 500 herbs by determinations of the virus inhibition logarithm (VIL), among these effective herbs, 10 were aqueous extracts of Artemisia anomala, Centella asiatica, Epimedium Sagittatum, Hibiscus mutabilis, Hosta plantaginea, Hypericum japonicum, Inula japonica, Mosla punctata, Rhododendron simsii, and Rhus chinenses, while 3 were alcohol extracts of Epimedium Sagittatum, Hypericum japonicum, and Mosla punctata(3).

4. Etc.

Side Effects
1. Do not use the in case of diarrhea caused by spleen deficiency
2. 2. Do not use the the herb in newborn, children or if you are pregnant or
breast feeding with out approval first with the related field specialist
3. Do not use the herb in case of blood and qi deficiency
4. Etc.
Sources
(1) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18955214
(2) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2161714
(3) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2550706





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