Posted by leo wang on 11th Jul 2016
Botanical Name: Panax notoginseng, Panax pseudoginseng San qi
Plant Family: Araliaceae
Common name: San Qi, Tian Qi, Tienchi Ginseng
Chinese traditional herbal medicine: Notoginseng root, Sanqi
Plant majorly contains Ginsenosides (many similar to Panax Ginseng, but with differing relative amounts).
It also contains: flavonoids, glycans (panaxans) maltol, peptides, polysaccharide fraction DPG-3-2, saponins, vitamins A, vitamins B6 and other B vitamins, volatile oil Zinc (mineral which aids in the production of thymic hormones necessary for the functioning of the immune system).
Tienchi Ginseng is used for:
* hematemesis (vomiting of blood)
* hematoma (tumor like mass produced by coagulation of extravasated (escape of fluid into the tissues) blood in a tissue or cavity
* hematuria (blood in the urine)
* hemoptysis (coughing and spitting of blood as a result of bleeding from the respiratory tract
* hemorrhage and pain caused by trauma
* metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding at irregular intervals)
* moves blood through the body
* stops bleeding
* transforms congealed blood
* traumatic injury with bruising
* angina pectoris
* myocardial ischemia
* optimizes circulation
* enhances defense system balance
* alleviates and reduces pain
* chest and abdominal pain
* high blood cholesterol
* may slow the progression of Alzheimer's Disease
* normalizes physical functioning depending on what the individual needs (e.g. it will lower high blood pressure but raise low blood pressure)
* recovering from illness or surgery, especially for the elderly
* reduces swelling
* useful for weight loss
Action: strengthens the body, helps it return to normal when it has been subjected to stress; anti-arrhythmic, anti-inflammatory, anti-hemorrhagic, cardio-protective, hypocholesterolemic.
for various kinds of external and internal hemorrhage, blood stasis and pain in cases of traumatic injuries, and angina pectoris. Lower cholesterol and keep cardiovascular system health with Notoginseng refine powder. Read more...
resolve stasis, stop bleeding, activate the blood and check pain, for various kinds of external and internal hemorrhage, blood stasis and pain in cases of traumatic injuries, and angina pectoris. Read more ...
Injuries from falls and fights, swelling pain caused by static blood, hematemesis, hemoptysis, blood stool, hemorrhoid, flooding and spotting discharge of blood, bleeding in surgery, painful swelling of sore and ulcer, soft tissue contusion, closed fracture, bronchiectasis, hemoptysis caused by tuberculosis, ulcerating sore haemorrhage, and skin infections. Read more...
For promoting blood flow to remove the stasis, dispelling wind and dredges meridians to relieve pain in cases of syndrome of blockage of stagnant blood, arthralgia due to pathogenic wind-dampness. Read more...
for dysmenorrhea and irregular menstruation caused by coagulation of cold dampness, qi stagnation, and excessive sexual life, manifested as unpressable lower abdominal pain before or during menstruation, scanty menorrhea with purplish color menses and clot. Read more...
15% off when you make a purchase of $50 or more at 99chinesemedicine.com.
Hot and humid summer weather can cause heat illness and even death. More Americans die from heat waves than all other natural disasters combined. Older adults, people with chronic medical conditions or mental health conditions, are most vulnerable.Heat illness occurs when the body cannot cool down. The most serious forms of heat illness are heat [...]
In the Chinese 12-year cycle, 2016 is the Year of the Monkey, which begins on Monday, February 8. Celebrate Chinese New Year as we usher in the Year of the Monkey with a series of events at Online Shops from Feb. 1 to 29, 2016: 30 Percent Off when purchase over US$30.00 at 99chinesemedicine.com. The discount is [...]
Allergic rhinitis is an allergic inflammation of the nasal airways. It occurs when an allergen, such as pollen, dust or animal dander (particles of shed skin and hair) is inhaled by an individual with a sensitized immune system.Allergic rhinitis may be seasonal or perennial. Seasonal allergic rhinitis occurs particularly during pollen seasons. It does not [...]
By Joyce Woo (AFP) 2012 is the Year of the Dragon according to Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Dragon starts from Jan. 23, 2012 (the Lunar New Year / Spring Festival of China) and lasts to Feb. 9, 2013. Want to know what's in store for 2012? Who will win the US election? Will the eurozone [...]
by Ejidiah Wangui Chinese herbal remedies can help you balance the yin and yang of the body, and regulate your metabolism naturally: liu wei di huang wan zhi bai di huang wan da bu yin wan jin gui shen qi wan mai wei di huang wan sha shen mai dong wan sheng mai san shen ling bai zhu pian Thirsty Releever (Xiao Ke Wan) Sugar Balance [...]
By Globaltimes.cn Watching CCTV's Spring Festival Gala on the eve of the Chinese New Year has become a tradition for millions of Chinese families. To bring audiences even closer to the annual show, the Gala organizers have taken a slew of measures to make the live telecast more inviting. 1. CCTV's Spring Fest Gala searching for [...]
Healthy people shouldn't take aspirin to prevent heart disease, researchers say in a new report that casts doubt on recommendations from US health officials. Medical guidelines currently urge people to take low doses of the drug if they are at high risk of heart disease but have never had any symptoms or if they have already [...]
Cholesterol-lowering drugs may be linked to an increased risk of diabetes, according to a new study of middle-aged and older women. For their report, Dr Yunsheng Ma of the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worchester and his colleagues used data from the Women's Health Initiative, including more than 150,000 diabetes-free women in their 50s, 60s [...]
BEIJING, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) -- China will bring its nurse population to 2.86 million by 2015, meaning there will be 2.07 nurses for every 1,000 people, according to a blueprint on nursing issued Friday by the Ministry of Health (MOH). By the end of 2010, China has registered 2.05 million nurses and there were 1.52 nurses [...]