The therapeutic effect of Aidicha cough

In today’s society, everyone’s house has a small box filled with all kinds of medicines. If you have a small cough and a small inflammation, you need a handful of pills and capsules to eat. Eating too much is not good for the human body. So what should I do with such small injuries and small pains? The best way is to use the old methods of the ancestors to eat various natural and pollution-free herbs. Most of the herbal recipes have been passed down for thousands of years. Speaking of a kind of herbal medicine, what are the therapeutic effects of dwarf tea cough?

The therapeutic effect of Aidicha cough

The role of dwarf tea. Flat in nature, bitter and pungent in taste. Return to the lung meridian and liver meridian. Antitussive, expectorant, promoting blood circulation, diuresis and detoxification. It belongs to cough and asthma medicine under the classification of phlegm, cough and asthma. Dosage of 9-12 grams, decocted; or mashed juice. External use: mashed compress. It is used to treat chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, cough, hemoptysis, vomiting blood, fatigue, muscle aches, hepatitis, dysentery, acute and chronic nephritis, hypertension, hernia, swelling and toxin. It mainly has anti-cough, expectorant and anti-asthmatic, antibacterial and antiviral effects. In addition, it also has the effect of reducing oxygen consumption in rat trachea-lung tissue.

The cough relieving effect of Audi tea. The decoction of Aidi tea and its extract, catechin No. 1 have obvious antitussive effects on the cough caused by electrical stimulation of the cat’s superior laryngeal nerve and the cough in mice caused by ammonia spray. The effect of catechin No. 1 is particularly significant. It may be It is the main cough suppressant of Aidi Tea. Its antitussive effect intensity is equivalent to 1/4 to 1/7 of cocaine according to the dose, and it is intolerable even if it is administered to cats continuously for 23 days.

The expectorant and antiasthmatic effects of Aidi tea. Aidi tea decoction has obvious expectorant effect on mice by gavage (phenol red method), and the intensity of action is equivalent to that of platycodon grandiflorum. The effect of intraperitoneal injection is stronger, but it has no obvious irritation to rabbit eye conjunctiva. It shows that its expectorant effect may be produced by absorption. The effective ingredient of expectorant may be flavonoid glycosides. Gavage with catechin No. 1 has no expectorant effect and no obvious anti-asthmatic effect. Anti-viral effect: the decoction of Ai Di tea water has a certain inhibitory effect on Staphylococcus aureus and influenza virus (chicken embryo test). Bruises, rheumatic arthralgia, irregular menstruation, etc.: It can be used in combination with other medicines.

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