Artemisia yinchenensis, we can speculate that it must be a kind of herbal medicine when we see the name, but the editor is not familiar with it, and I don’t know its purpose. Today, let’s take a closer look at its function, yinchen Artemisia, I think it should be a kind of wild vegetable. Although it grows in the same place as the wild vegetable, its medicinal value is very large. What is the effect of drinking Artemisia chinensis in water?
Artemisia serrata-the original plant Artemisia serrata contains the active ingredient Artemisia coumarin, which has a choleretic effect, that is, the content of 6,7-dimethoxycoumarin varies with the season, and the flowering period is the highest, reaching 1,98 %, as well as chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid, the whole plant contains about 0.27% of essential oils; there are more essential oils in the ears, with a content of 1%, and its ingredients are: pinene, cinnenone, cinnenone, and Chen acetylene, bacterin, also contains fatty oil, the fatty acids are stearic acid, palm acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidic acid, montanic acid, potassium chloride in the ash, and Artemisia coumarone in the seeds Essence and potassium chloride.
Yinchen Artemisia Decoction, Yinchen Gardenia Decoction, Yinchenhao Decoction (Yinchen, Gardenia, Rhubarb at 3:1, 5:1) and their alcohol extracts all have the effect of promoting bile secretion in rats However, it is not obvious enough. The Yinchen decoction only slightly reduces the gallbladder contraction (X-ray examination) of normal people, and the volume change is not significant. Species) have obvious choleretic effects on acute gallbladder intubation and chronic gallbladder fistula in dogs. It is speculated that the active ingredients may be water and alcohol-soluble substances, while the effect of volatile sleeves is suspicious or weak.
Yinchenhao Decoction, Yinchen Artemisia and Gardenia Rhubarb decoction can reduce the mortality of mice with carbon tetrachloride toxic hepatitis. Yinchen’s water infusion and refined concentrated infusion are effective against toxic hepatitis caused by tetrachloride. The choleretic effect of the dog is more obvious than that of normal dogs. Yinchen decoction and Yinchen volatile oil have no effect on the serum transaminase of rabbits with carbon tetrachloride toxic hepatitis. The white mice have no effect on improving the mortality and hepatocellular pathological changes. Yinchenhao Decoction can promote the regeneration of liver cells in rabbits.