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Hong Qu: An Alternative to Statins?

Hong Qu: An Alternative to Statins?

Ann Etherton

From the Journal of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine, Autumn 2014

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Huo Xiang

Huo Xiang

Tony Harrison

RCHM Journal Spring 2013

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Jiao Gu Lan: The Herb of Immortality

Jiao Gu Lan: The Herb of Immortality

Sabine Schmitz

Jiao Gu Lan (‘twisting vine orchid’) (Gynostemma pentaphyllum) belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family, which includes cucumber, gourd and melons, though it lacks the characteristic fruit. The plant is indigenous to southern China, northern Vietnam, southern Korea and Japan. It has been used as a folk herb, recommended as a cheap and pleasant-tasting dietary supplement, with a reputation for promoting longevity—hence its Chinese name, the “immortality herb” (Xian Cao).

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Ling Zhi: A Review of the Literature

Ling Zhi: A Review of the Literature

Isabel Cherry

From the Journal of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine, Autumn 2014

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Long Dan Cao and Inflammation: Biochemical Properties

Long Dan Cao and Inflammation: Biochemical Properties

Sabine Schmitz

From the Journal of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine, Autumn 2014

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Research into the effects of Di Long (Pheretima) on scalded skin in rats

Research into the effects of Di Long (Pheretima) on scalded skin in rats

Zhang Mei et al

JTCM March 2006
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Review: Antagonistic Action of Heat-clearing and Detoxifying Chinese Drugs On Endotoxins

Review: Antagonistic Action of Heat-clearing and Detoxifying Chinese Drugs On Endotoxins

Zhang Xia

JTCM March 2001 67/47
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