Siegesbeckia glabrescens

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Historical Use of Siegesbeckia glabrescens

Siegesbeckia glabrescens in Traditional Chinese Medicine


Chinese Name (pinyin): Xixiancao

Chinese Name  :

Common Name  :Siegesbeckia Herb

Specific Name  : Herba siegesbeckiae

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Collection  : The drug is collected in summer and autumn before or at flowering stage, removed from foreign matter and dried in sun.

Description  : Stems subsquare, frequently branched, 30 - 110cm long, 0.3 - 1cm in diameter, externally greyish green, yellowish brown or purplish brown with longitudinal striations covered with grey pubscences, nodes distinct, slightly swollen, texture fragile, easily broken, fracture yellowish white or green pith broad, whitish, hollowed. Leaves opposite, Lamina frequently crumpled and rolled when whole, ovate greyish green, margin obtusely serrate, both surfaces with white pubescences, trinervous. Some showing yellow capitulum involcre, odour slight, taste slightly bitter.

Identification  :

Processing  : Eliminate foreign matter, wash, soften slightly, cut into sections and dry.Processed with wine: Clean sections and steam as describe under the method for steaming with wine (Appendix ll D) using 20kg of yellow rice wine per 100 kg of Herba Siegesbeckiae.

Action  : To relieve rheumatic conditions, to improve the motility of joints, and to counteract toxicity.

Indication  : rheumatic arthralgia with aching and weakness of the loins and knees, and numbness of the limbs; hemiplegia; rubella, sores with exudation

Precautions  :

Dosage  : 9 to 12 g.

Storage  : Preserve in a ventilated dry place.

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1st Five Results: pubmed search

Qian Ru Zhang, Zhang Feng Zhong, Wei Sang, Wei Xiong, Hong Xun Tao, Guan Ding Zhao, Zhi Xin Li, Qiu Shuo Ma, Anfernee Kai Wing Tse, Yuan Jia Hu, Hua Yu, Yi Tao Wang
Comparative comprehension on the anti-rheumatic Chinese herbal medicine Siegesbeckiae Herba: Combined computational predictions and experimental investigations.
J Ethnopharmacol: 2019, 228;200-209
[PubMed:30240786] [] [DOI] (I p)

Xiaoxu Gao, Jiangchun Wei, Lina Hong, Sanpeng Fan, Gaosheng Hu, Jingming Jia
Molecules: 2018, 23(9);
[PubMed:30200186] [] [DOI] (I e)

Hui Guo, Yi Zhang, Brian Chi-Yan Cheng, Mei-Yuk Lau, Xiu-Qiong Fu, Ting Li, Tao Su, Pei-Li Zhu, Yuen-Cheung Chan, Anfernee Kai-Wing Tse, Tao Yi, Hu-Biao Chen, Zhi-Ling Yu
Comparison of the chemical profiles and inflammatory mediator-inhibitory effects of three Siegesbeckia herbs used as Herba Siegesbeckiae (Xixiancao).
BMC Complement Altern Med: 2018, 18(1);141
[PubMed:29720145] [] [DOI] (I e)

Hong-Xun Tao, Wei Xiong, Guan-Ding Zhao, Yu Peng, Zhang-Feng Zhong, Liang Xu, Ran Duan, Karl W K Tsim, Hua Yu, Yi-Tao Wang
Discrimination of three Siegesbeckiae Herba species using UPLC-QTOF/MS-based metabolomics approach.
Food Chem. Toxicol.: 2018, 119;400-406
[PubMed:29305931] [] [DOI] (I p)

Jongwook Kim, Mi-Bo Kim, Jun Gon Yun, Jae Kwan Hwang
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.: 2017, 27(2);242-250
[PubMed:27880964] [] [DOI] (I p)



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