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Ligusticum Wallichi Franch
– Used for blood loss. Women menstrual bleeding.
– The white hair, early hair loss, weak hair. Hair loss due to chemical dyes.
1. HÀ THỦ Ô ĐỎ (Radix Fallopiae multiflorae)
Action on blood sugar – after a period of 30 – 60 minute of the oral intake of the decoction by the rabbits, the blood sugar concentration will reach the highest point, then slowly decline.
Increase liver glycogen content – experiment done on the hungry adrenalectomized mice.
Lower blood cholesterol – reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines, prevent the deposition of cholesterol in liver, and prevent the formation of atheosclerosis.
Lecithin is the essential ingredient in the formation of nerve tissues, blood cells and other cell membranes.
Cardiotonic – excitatory action on the frog’s heart in vitro.
Laxative – because of anthraquinone (rhein and emodin)
Anti-bacterial – inhibit the growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, bacillus dysenteriae.
Action similar to adrenalcorticoid hormone.
2. ĐƯƠNG QUY (Rễ) (Radix Angelicae sinensis)
The characteristic components are the simple alkyl phthalides (ligustilide, (Z)- ligustilide, (Z)-6,7-epoxyligustilide, angelicide, (Z)-butylidenephthalide, butylphthalide, 2,4-dihydrophthalic anhydride), which are the major components of the essential oil fraction of the roots. Other characteristic components of the oil have been identified as terpenes (β-cadinene, carvacrol and cis-β-ocimene). The non-volatile constituents reported are phenylpropanoids ((E)-ferulic acid, coniferyl ferulate); benzenoids (valerophenone-o-carboxylic acid and vanillic acid); and coumarins (angelol G, angelicone and umbelliferone) (3, 4, 10, 11). It has been shown by high-performance liquid chromatography that the major chemical constituent of the roots is ligustilide, which can account for over 5% (10). Polysaccharide fractions of low relative molecular mass have also been reported (12, 13).
3. SINH ĐỊA (Radix Rehmanniae glutinosae praeparata)
Rehmannia is commonly used in clinics in the orient and is called di-huang, or “yellow earth.” It is used to replenish vital force and helps with diabetes, constipation, urinary tract problems, anemia, dizziness, and regulating menstrual flow. It is protective to the liver and helps prevent the depletion of stored glycogen, which can make it beneficial for hypoglycemia. Di huang has an antifungal effect and has been used for candida. It can lower glucose levels and helps to reduce blood pressure while increasing circulation to the brain. It is a blood tonic and diuretic. It helps strengthen the bones and tissue and can enhance fertility. Chinese doctors have used it with licorice for the treatment of hepatitis. Rehmannia helps disperse heat from the body and alleviates night sweats and fevers
4. CÂU KỶ TỬ (Fructus Lycii)
In terms of specific applications, the fruit of the wolfberry shrub is used in combination with other Chinese herbal remedies to treat spermatic emissions traced to kidney weakness as well as impaired vision blamed on liver and kidney deficiencies. To help relieve the symptoms of diabetes, traditional Chinese healers prescribe fructus lycii in combination with dwarf lily-turf tuber, rehmannia root and snakegourd root. They also treat chronic coughs with a combination of fructus lycii, anemarrhena rhizome, lily bulb, rehmannia root and unibract fritillary bulb. Chinese healers also prescribe fructus lycii alone or in combination to enhance or restore a patient’s overall health, giving the herb a reputation as an effective antiaging agent.
5. CỎ NHỌ NỒI (Herba Ecliptae)
Nourish liver-yin and kidney-yin, cool the blood and arrest bleeding.
6. VỪNG (Semen Sesami)
Deficient essence and blood manifested as dizziness, blurred vision and early graying of the hair. Black sesame seed (Heizhima) is used with Mulberry leaf (Sangye) in the formula Sang Ma Wan. 2. Constipation due to dryness in the intestines. Black sesame seed (Heizhima) is used with Chinese angelica root (Danggui), Cistanche (Roucongrong) and Arborvitae seed (Baiziren).
7. XUYÊN KHUNG (Thân rễ) (Rhizoma Ligustici wallichii)
The vasorelaxant effect of Rhizoma Ligustici wallichii and its possible mechanism of action on the vasomotor tone of the rat thoracic aortic rings were examined in an organ bath. Chloroform extracts of Rhizoma Ligustici wallichii (Ch1LW) elicited a dose-dependent, transient, relaxing response in endothelium-intact rat aorta contracted with norepinephrine (NE). This relaxant effect was abolished by removal of the endothelium and also by pretreatment with nitric oxide synthase inhibitors. Neither a muscarinic receptor antagonist nor a cyclooxygenase inhibitor altered the Ch1LW-induced relaxation. Tetramethylpyrazine, derived from Rhizoma Ligustici wallichii as a potent vasodilating component, induced a complete relaxation in both endothelium-intact and denuded rat aortas contracted by NE, but nitric oxide synthase inhibitors did not affect the relaxation. Ch1LW-induced endothelium-dependent relaxation was mediated by nitric oxide released from the endothelium, and could be caused by component(s) other than tetramethylpyrazine.
Use it about 30 minutes before meals (Breakfast and Dinner). Twice a Day, each time: 5g equivalent 2 teaspoons. Use it continuously in of 1-3 month period to get the best results. Children (4-12 years) use as a half of the adult dose.
Store in a dry, cool place, protected from light
Keep in touch with Daibio Company during using to get the best results.