Chinese Angelica Extracts, Dong Kuai, Ligustilide
Plant Part Used: Dried Root.
Content Standardized: Ligustilide0.8%,1.0%HPLC
Other Spec. Available:10:1 crude extracts.
Serie Code: S-001
Expiration Date:24Months in Good Condition
Appearance Showing: Light Yellow Fine Powder
Extracts State: Fine Crystal Powder
Mesh Size:100% Pass 80 Mesh Screen
Color: Light Yellow
Odor and Smell: Charateristics
Taste Sense: Flavour with Characteristics
Pricing Under Terms: CNF;CIF;DDU;DDP.
Process: Soonest Delivery.
Storage Stock: Process Latest Batch.
Chinese angelica, dong quai, dang gui, or tang kuei consists of the root of the Chinese plant Angelica polymorpha Maxim. Var sinensis Oliv. Also known as A. Sinensis (Oliv. ) Diels, a member of the family Apiaceae. The drug is mildly laxative, although it is used primarily for its uterine tonic, antispasmodic, and alterative (blood purifying) effects.
In oriental medicine, Chinese angelica root is frequently combined with other herbal products and used to treat a large variety of conditions including allergies, arthritis, asthma, or high blood pressure. Some studies have shown it has some ability to increase immune system function slightly, so it may in deed aid in relieving the symptoms associated with allergies. It has also been shown to exhibit mild anti-inflammatory properties, which may make it useful in treating arthritis, asthma, and other inflammatory conditions. One of the chemical substance present in angelic root has shown to promote relaxation of blood vessels, which might possibly help lower high blood pressure.
Menopausal symptoms: Some women report relief of symptoms such as hot flashes from this medicinal herb; however, clinical studies to date do not support the effectiveness of dong quai for menopausal symptoms.
PMS: Studies suggest that dong quai offers some value when used in conjunction with other Chinese herbs, particularly black cohosh, to treat PMS.
Anemia: There are individual reports of successful treatment of anemia using dong quai, but to date no studies verify this.
Heart disease: When used in combination with ginseng (Asian ginseng) and astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus), dong quai decreased symptoms of chest pain and improved exercise tolerance in a small group of people with heart disease.
Stroke: A series of reports published in China indicate that the use of dong quai just following a stroke demonstrated a decrease in the amount of brain damage; more research is needed.
High blood pressure: Reports indicate that dong quai may lower blood pressure in some individuals.
Ulcers: Animal studies suggest dong quai may soothe ulcers, but studies in people are needed before a definitive conclusion can be drawn.
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|Place Of Origin||Yinchuan, China|
|Brand Name||MDidea-Extracts Professional|
|Price Terms||FOB CN USD 20|
|Terms Of Payment||T/T,M/T,CASH|
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