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Karl Wah Keung Tsim – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Importance of Wine-Treated Angelica Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tang, a Traditional Herbal Formula for Treating Womenʼs Ailments
    Planta medica, 2013
    Co-Authors: Janis Y. X. Zhan, Wendy Li Zhang, Ken Y.z. Zheng, Kevin Y. Zhu, Jianping Chen, Tina T. X. Dong, David T W Lau, Karl Wah Keung Tsim

    Abstract:

    Si Wu Tang (Four Agents Decoction), a traditional Chinese decoction composed
    of Angelica Sinensis Radix, Chuanxiong Rhizoma, Paeoniae Radix Alba, and
    Rehmanniae Radix Praeparata in a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 : 1, has been used to
    treat womenʼs diseases for more than a thousand years. According to the
    original description of Si Wu Tang, Angelica Sinensis Radix should be
    treated with wine. However, the importance of this wine-treated Angelica
    Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tangʼs function has not been identified. In this
    article, the chemical and biological properties of two decoctions processed
    in different ways (Si Wu Tang with crude Angelica Sinensis Radix and Si Wu
    Tang with wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix) were compared for
    examination. The herbal decoction Si Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated
    Angelica Sinensis Radix contained much different amounts of its active
    compounds. Compared with Si Wu Tang using crude Angelica Sinensis Radix, Si
    Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix had better
    biological responses. Therefore, these findings accentuate the functional
    importance of herbs treated with wine in the Chinese decoction.

Janis Y. X. Zhan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Importance of Wine-Treated Angelica Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tang, a Traditional Herbal Formula for Treating Womenʼs Ailments
    Planta medica, 2013
    Co-Authors: Janis Y. X. Zhan, Wendy Li Zhang, Ken Y.z. Zheng, Kevin Y. Zhu, Jianping Chen, Tina T. X. Dong, David T W Lau, Karl Wah Keung Tsim

    Abstract:

    Si Wu Tang (Four Agents Decoction), a traditional Chinese decoction composed
    of Angelica Sinensis Radix, Chuanxiong Rhizoma, Paeoniae Radix Alba, and
    Rehmanniae Radix Praeparata in a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 : 1, has been used to
    treat womenʼs diseases for more than a thousand years. According to the
    original description of Si Wu Tang, Angelica Sinensis Radix should be
    treated with wine. However, the importance of this wine-treated Angelica
    Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tangʼs function has not been identified. In this
    article, the chemical and biological properties of two decoctions processed
    in different ways (Si Wu Tang with crude Angelica Sinensis Radix and Si Wu
    Tang with wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix) were compared for
    examination. The herbal decoction Si Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated
    Angelica Sinensis Radix contained much different amounts of its active
    compounds. Compared with Si Wu Tang using crude Angelica Sinensis Radix, Si
    Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix had better
    biological responses. Therefore, these findings accentuate the functional
    importance of herbs treated with wine in the Chinese decoction.

Wendy Li Zhang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Importance of Wine-Treated Angelica Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tang, a Traditional Herbal Formula for Treating Womenʼs Ailments
    Planta medica, 2013
    Co-Authors: Janis Y. X. Zhan, Wendy Li Zhang, Ken Y.z. Zheng, Kevin Y. Zhu, Jianping Chen, Tina T. X. Dong, David T W Lau, Karl Wah Keung Tsim

    Abstract:

    Si Wu Tang (Four Agents Decoction), a traditional Chinese decoction composed
    of Angelica Sinensis Radix, Chuanxiong Rhizoma, Paeoniae Radix Alba, and
    Rehmanniae Radix Praeparata in a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 : 1, has been used to
    treat womenʼs diseases for more than a thousand years. According to the
    original description of Si Wu Tang, Angelica Sinensis Radix should be
    treated with wine. However, the importance of this wine-treated Angelica
    Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tangʼs function has not been identified. In this
    article, the chemical and biological properties of two decoctions processed
    in different ways (Si Wu Tang with crude Angelica Sinensis Radix and Si Wu
    Tang with wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix) were compared for
    examination. The herbal decoction Si Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated
    Angelica Sinensis Radix contained much different amounts of its active
    compounds. Compared with Si Wu Tang using crude Angelica Sinensis Radix, Si
    Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix had better
    biological responses. Therefore, these findings accentuate the functional
    importance of herbs treated with wine in the Chinese decoction.

  • Importance of Wine-Treated Angelica Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tang, a Traditional Herbal Formula for Treating Women’s Ailments
    , 2013
    Co-Authors: Zhan, Janis Ya Xian, Zheng, Ken Yu Zhong, Zhu, Kevin Yue, Wendy Li Zhang, Bi, Cathy Wen Chuan, Chen, Jian Ping, Du, Crystal Ying Qing, Dong, Tina T. X., Lau, David Tai Wai, Tsim, Karl Wah Keung

    Abstract:

    Si Wu Tang (Four Agents Decoction), a traditional Chinese decoction composed of Angelica Sinensis Radix, Chuanxiong Rhizoma, Paeoniae Radix Alba, and Rehmanniae Radix Praeparata in a ratio of 1:1:1:1, has been used to treat women’s diseases for more than a thousand years. According to the original description of Si Wu Tang, Angelica Sinensis Radix should be treated with wine. However, the importance of this wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix in Si Wu Tang’s function has not been identified. In this article, the chemical and biological properties of two decoctions processed in different ways (Si Wu Tang with crude Angelica Sinensis Radix and Si Wu Tang with wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix) were compared for examination. The herbal decoction Si Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix contained much different amounts of its active compounds. Compared with Si Wu Tang using crude Angelica Sinensis Radix, Si Wu Tang prepared from wine-treated Angelica Sinensis Radix had better biological responses. Therefore, these findings accentuate the functional importance of herbs treated with wine in the Chinese decoction