Sargentodoxa cuneata

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Historical Use of Sargentodoxa cuneata

Sargentodoxa cuneata in Traditional Chinese Medicine


Daxueteng ´óѪÌÙ Shengteng Ê¡ÌÙ Chinese Name (pinyin): Hongteng

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Common Name  :Stem of Sargentgloryvine

Specific Name  : Caulis Sargentodoxae

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Other Names:

Historical Use of Sargentodoxa cuneata

Sargentodoxa cuneata in Traditional Chinese Medicine


Chinese Name (pinyin): Daxueteng

Chinese Name  :

Common Name  :Sargentgloryvine stem

Specific Name  : Caulis sargentodoxae

Scientific Name:
Collection  : The drug is collected in autumn and winter, remove from lateral branch, cut into section and dried.

Description  : cylindrical, slightly curve, 30-60cm long, 1-3cm in diameter, externally greish brown, rough , the outer layers often scaling off and the expose surface dark reddish-brown, sometiomes showing inflated nodes and slightly dented branch scars or leaf scars. Texture hard, fracture of bark reddieh-brrown, some of which inlaid into the wood, wood yellowish white with numerous thin porous vessels and rays arranged radially. Odour slight, taste slightly astringent.

Identification  : Transverse section, cork of several layers of cells containing brownish red contents, stone cells in the cortex, usually several in groups, some of them containing prisms of calcium oxalate. Vascular bundles collateral, secretory cells in phloem arranged tangentially and alternated with sieve tubes, a few stone cells groups scattered. Fascicular cambium obvious. Vessels in xylem mostly single and scattered, subrounded, up to about 400µm in diameter surrounded by wood fibres. Rays broad, stone cells abundant in the outer part, some of them containing prisms of calcium oxalate. Stone cell groups in pith visible. Parenchymatous cells containing brown or brownish-red contents.

Processing  : Eliminate foreign matter, wash clean, soften thoroughly, cut into thick slices and dry.

Action  : To remove toxic heat, to promote blood circulation, and to relieve rheumatic conditions.

Indication  : acute appendicitis, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, rheumatic arthralgia, traumatic swelling and pain,

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Dosage  : 9 to 15 g.

Storage  : Preserve in a ventilated place.

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1st Five Results: pubmed search

Lingguang Yang, Peipei Yin, Xinxin Cao, Yujun Liu
Int J Mol Sci: 2019, 20(21);
[PubMed:31683574] [] [DOI] (I e)

Yuzhen Zhuo, Dihua Li, Lihua Cui, Caixia Li, Shukun Zhang, Qi Zhang, Lanqiu Zhang, Ximo Wang, Lei Yang
Treatment with 3,4-dihydroxyphenylethyl alcohol glycoside ameliorates sepsis-induced ALI in mice by reducing inflammation and regulating M1 polarization.
Biomed. Pharmacother.: 2019, 116;109012
[PubMed:31146107] [] [DOI] (I p)

Ming Bai, Baosong Liu, Mengfan Peng, Jiaojiao Jia, Xiaoyan Fang, Mingsan Miao
Saudi J Biol Sci: 2019, 26(3);569-576
[PubMed:30899173] [] [DOI] (P p)

Dihua Li, Yuzhen Zhuo, Qi Zhang, Lanqiu Zhang, Shukun Zhang, Yuanshan Lv, Caixia Li, Lihua Cui, Xin Guan, Lei Yang, Ximo Wang
Purification of 3, 4-dihydroxyphenylethyl alcohol glycoside from Sargentodoxa cuneata (Oliv.) Rehd. et Wils. and its protective effects against DSS-induced colitis.
Sci Rep: 2019, 9(1);3222
[PubMed:30824734] [] [DOI] (I e)

Lanfang Guo, Ruili Ma, Huifang Sun, Aun Raza, Jian Tang, Zhengrong Li
Anti-Inflammatory Activities and Related Mechanism of Polysaccharides Isolated from Sargentodoxa cuneata.
Chem. Biodivers.: 2018, 15(11);e1800343
[PubMed:30153400] [] [DOI] (I p)



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