Tree Poeny Bark or Cortex Moutan:History,Phytochemicals and Traditional Uses.
- Botanical Data and info of Tree Poeny Bark,Cortex Moutan.
- Botanical and History of Tree Poeny Bark.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents of Tree Peony Bark.
- Action of Tree Poeny Bark.
- How to take Tree Poeny Bark.
- Traditional Uses of Tree Poeny Bark.
- Research Update:Tree Poeny Bark.Paeonia suffruticosa Andr.Paeonol.
Applications and Properties:
Prevent Hypertension and lower blood pressure.
Anti-inflammatory and bacteria.
Key Actions:antibacterial,antispasmodic,anti-inflammatory,analgesic,circulatory stimulant,hypotensive (lowers blood pressure),tranquilizing.
Descendants of Paeonia suffruticosa, a native of the mountains of Bhutan, Tibet, and Northern China, these deciduous woody shrubs are almost as cold hardy as their herbaceous cousins and out perform them in areas with little winter chill (Sunset Climate Zones 14-21). Often referred to as "Tree Peonies", that appelation is misleading in that the graceful, woody branches rarely grow more than 4' to 6' high and as wide.
Cultivated in Asia for at least 1200 years, when the first dried flower specimens were received from China they were named Paeonia arborea (tree peony) because it was erroneously assumed that flowers of such size couldn't possibly be produced on bushes. The spectacular blooms can be as much as 12" in diameter (sometimes requiring staking to hold them upright), come in single, semi-double, and fully double-flowered forms, in shades of white, pink, rose, purple and red. These are impressive plants.
Dosage: 3-9 grams
Safety and Toxicity:
Acute toxicity study on mice of Paenol showed following result following: LD50.Lethal dose,50 percent kill.intravenous injection.roddent-mouse.196 mg/kg.Details of toxic effects not reported other than lethal dose value.
Moutan peony should not be used by women who are either pregnant or experiencing excessive menstrual flow. It should be avoided when there are cold signs or yin deficiency with excessive sweating.
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