Rhubarb,More than laxative or astringent,Rhubarb Elixir and natural Anthraquinone source.
Applications and Properties:
Antibacterial effects.Antiviral effects.
Tumor necrosis factors and phospholipase A2.
Lipid metabolic disorders.
Gastrointestinal mucous membrane blood perfusion.
Release of endogenous nitrogen oxide in rats with lung damage due to intestinal ischemia and reperfusion.
External matrix of glomerulus cells.
Blood platelet aggregation and the rheology of red blood cells.
Suppressing liver lipid peroxide.Rhubarb Elixir.
Anti-aging effects.Enhancing immunity.
Intestinal mucous membrane barrier.
Secretory function of pulmonary alveoli macrophagocytes.
Inflammatory media.Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
Treat constipation and food stagnation in the stomach and intestines.
Treat hematemesis.Treat skin and external diseases due to toxic heat and burns and scalds.
Treat syndromes of blood stasis.Treat ailments due to damp-heat, such as jaundice, strangury.
Dosage: 3-12 g. Decoct the herb and the other ingredients for drinking.
Safety and Toxicity:
Toxicity of Rhubarb Root Extract: No deaths occurred within 72 hours of administering alcohol-based extract of Da Huang to mice by abdominal injection at 40g/kg; the same was true within 72 hours of administering Da Huang decoction to rats by oral feeding at 30g/kg.
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