THE BOTANICAL, MEDICAL, PHARMACOLOGICAL, ETHNOLOGICAL INFORMATION ABOUT HERBS

ORGANIC HERBS AND ADAPTOGENS

 
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The Russian Herbal Tradition Russia's pharmaceutical repertoire is made up of 55 to 60% botanicals, the highest proportion of total drugs in the industrialized nations. Germany is runner up with less that 30% and the United States utilizes a mere 1.5 to 2% presently.

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Aralia Roots of Manchurian Aralia, Pharmacopoeia Article -- Appearance Indications, Microscopy, Qualitative Reactions, Numerical Indicators, Quantitative Determination, Packing, Shelf Life.

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Astragalus root Astragalus membranaceus (Fisch) Bge. is a traditional Chinese medicine, known as "huang-qi" in Chinese or its name "Astragalus" in English. Traditionally it was used to treat fatigue and strengthen "Qi" or vital energy. In the modern context it has became an important phytomedicine.

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CHAGA Birch Fungus (Inonotus obliquus (Pers.) Pil.) of the family Hymenochaetaceae Pharmacopoeia Articles plus Summary Description and History of Use, Pharmacology and phytochemistry and References

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Eleutherococcus Senticosus Maxim. Pharmacopoeia Article Appearances Indications, Mill Stock, Microscopy, Qualitative reactions, Numerical indicators, Undivided stock, Mill stock, Quantitative determination, Packing, Marking, Transportation, Storage, etc.

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Leuzea carthamoides (=Rhaponticum) carthemoides D.C. or Maral root is a Siberian medicinal plant which is very popular in Eastern Europe and Russia as an adaptogen and is receiving wide attention recently in the west as a body building aid.

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Rhodiola rosea (Golden root and Arctic root) It has been categorized as an adaptogen by Russian researchers due to its observed ability to increase resistance to a variety of chemical, biological, and physical stressors. It is a popular plant in Eastern Europe and Asia.

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Schisandra chinesis (Magnolia Vine Seeds) Pharmacopoeia Article Ripe, freed of pericarps and dried seeds of wild, woody Chinese magnolia vine ((Turcz.) Baill.) of the family Schisandraceae. Appearance Indicators, Microscopy, etc.

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