Saturday, September 10, 2016

Chinese Medicine Herbal Therapy - Popular Chinese Herbs - Mu Gua (Stauntonia chinensis)

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          Mu Gua (Stauntonia chinensis)

Mu Gua is also known as Floweringquince Fruit. The sour and slightly warm herbs has been used in TCM to treat sciatica, restless leg syndrome, cervical spondylosis, bone spurs, arthritis, pain in loin and knee joints, beri beri with edema, lack of strength in legs and knees, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic eczema, etc., as it soothes the sinews, invigorates the collaterals, transforms Dampness, harmonizes the Stomach, etc., by enhancing the functions of liver and spleen channels.

1. Leanolic acid
2. Betulinic acid
3. 3-O-acetyl pomolic acid
4. Ethyl chlorogenate
5. Protocatechuic acid
6. Gallic acid
7. Kojic acid
8. Etc.

Health Benefits
1. Inhibitory and antiparkinsonian effect
In the study to assess whether FQ is effective in dopamine transporter (DAT) regulation and antiparkinsonism by utilizing in vitro and in vivo assays, respectively
indicated that FQ is a selective, potent DAT inhibitor and has antiparkinsonian-like effects that are mediated possibly by DAT suppression. FQ has the potential to be further developed for Parkinson’s disease treatment(1).
2. Etc.

Side Effects
1. Do not use in cases of cold or influenza.
2. Prolonged period of use or Excessive use may harm the teeth and bones
3. Etc.


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