What are the efficacy, functions and eating method

2022-07-22
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Angelica pubescens, the name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is the dry root of the Umbelliferae plant Angelica bicolor. It is mainly produced in Sichuan, Hubei, Anhui and other places. Excavate at the beginning of spring or the end of autumn, remove fibrous roots and sediment, put the Kang to half dry, stack it for 2 to 3 days, and then put it to full dry after softening

angelica, the name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is the dry root of the Umbelliferae plant Angelica bicolor. It is mainly produced in Sichuan, Hubei, Anhui and other places. Excavate at the beginning of spring or the end of autumn, remove fibrous roots and sediment, put the Kang to half dry, stack it for 2 to 3 days, and then put it to full dry after softening. Slice, raw. What are the functions and eating methods of Angelica pubescens? Let's introduce it to you

the effect of Angelica pubescens

the nature and taste function is pungent, bitter and mild

1. Dispel wind and overcome dampness and relieve pain: treat rheumatism and arthralgia, waist and knee pain, Yin cold headache, facial paralysis and mouth pain

2. Relieving exterior and dispersing cold: treating cold, aversion to cold, head and body pain. For external use, it can cure sore carbuncle, swelling and pain

effects of Angelica pubescens

1, sedative, hypnotic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory effects

oral intraperitoneal injection of Angelica pubescens decoction or flow extract (the variety is not identified) to rats or mice can produce sedative and hypnotic effects, and even prevent the convulsive effect of strychnine on frogs, but can not kill their rabbits. It was proved by hot plate method in mice that it has sedative effect. Duhuo Jisheng Decoction also has sedative, hypnotic and analgesic effects, and has anti-inflammatory effect on formaldehyde induced arthritis in rats

2. Intravenous injection of crude products of Angelica pubescens (of unidentified variety) in anesthetized dogs or cats has a hypotensive effect, but it does not last long. Tincture is more effective than decoction. Vagotomy does not affect its antihypertensive effect. After atropine injection, the antihypertensive effect is partially or completely inhibited. It has inhibitory effect on isolated frog heart. The decoction has the effect of constricting blood vessels when perfused into frog legs

3. Antispasmodic

Bergamot lactone, zanthoxylin, isosaxifyllin, isoparsin B, etc. have obvious antispasmodic effects on rabbit ileum. In rat duodenal segment test, isosaxifyllin, saxifyllin, Angelica dahurica, etc. can significantly resist intestinal segment spasm caused by barium oxide

4. Antibacterial

Xing'an Angelica Angelica Decoction has inhibitory effects on Escherichia coli, dysentery bacillus, typhoid bacillus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Vibrio cholerae, human tuberculosis, etc. The MTC of Angelica Decoction against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in vitro is 1:1000. Flower lactone has obvious inhibition on Brucella, and its MIC is 1:2500

5. Light sensitivity

Angelica pubescens can cause solar dermatitis to people because of psoralen derivatives contained therein, such as bergamot lactone, zanthoxylin, parsley B (imperatorin), etc. oral administration of Angelica pubescens can cause solar dermatitis. Light sensitive activity can be used to treat vitiligo. Skin pigmentation can be seen in patients with vitiligo who are effectively treated with light sensitive active substances such as psoralen and zanthoxylin. The content of DNA and RNA increased. But zanthoxyl, isosaxifragarin, angesin, etc. have no “ Photosensitivity ” (pnotosensing) effect

6. Anti ulcer

furan coumarin compounds have anti gastric ulcer. Rat experiments have proved that Bergamot lactone and saxifragarin have moderate protective effects on experimental gastric ulcer, while isosaxifragarin and zanthoxylin have weak effects

7. Anti tumor

has a certain inhibitory effect. However, florolide was ineffective. Zanthoxylin and bergamot lactone can kill Ehrlich ascites cancer cells

pharmacological effects of traditional Chinese Medicine Radix Angelicae pubescens:

1. Sedative, hypnotic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. Oral administration or intraperitoneal injection of Radix Angelicae pubescens decoction or fluid extract to rats or mice can produce sedative and even hypnotic effects. Radix Angelicae pubescens can significantly inhibit the central nervous system and play a calming and sedative role Compared with peony bark, wild jujube kernel and other traditional Chinese medicines with central inhibitory effect, Angelica pubescens is more toxic Angelica pubescens can prevent the convulsive effect of strychnine on frogs, but it can not prevent them from death Intraperitoneal injection of Duhuo decoction can significantly prolong the pain response time of mice caused by hot plate method, indicating that it has obvious analgesic effect Duhuo Jisheng Decoction also has sedative, hypnotic and analgesic effects, and has a certain inhibitory effect on formaldehyde induced foot swelling in rats. It can reduce inflammation and make swelling subside quickly

2. Effect on cardiovascular system Angelica pubescens has a significant inhibitory effect on isolated frog hearts, and with the increase of dose, it can finally stop the contraction of the heart Separate gamma from Angelica pubescens- Aminobutyric acid can antagonize many experimental arrhythmias and affect the action potential of ventricular muscle in rats Angelica sinensis and isosaxifragarin have the effect of coronary artery dilatation similar to Kailin, but weaker than Kailin When the decoction is perfused into frog legs, it has the effect of constricting blood vessels. The dosage is increased and the effect is enhanced

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