Typha orientalis

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Nomenclature

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Historical Use of Typha orientalis

Typha orientalis in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Background

Chaopuhuang ³´ÆÑ»Æ Puhuangtan ÆÑ»ÆÌ¿ Shengpuhuang ÉúÆÑ»Æ Chinese Name (pinyin): Puhuang

Chinese Name  :

Common Name  :Cattail Pollen

Specific Name  : Pollen typhae

Scientific Name:
Collection  : The drug is collected by sifting.

Description  : Yellow powder, texture light, capable of floating on water with sanity feeling when twisted and easily absorbed on fingers, odour slight and taste weak.

Identification  : 1.Powder: Yellow, pollen grain subrounded or elliptical, 17 - 29µm in diameter, exine with reticulate sculptures, single pore indistinct.2.Macerate warmly 0.1g of the powder in 5 ml of ethanol on a water bath and filter. To 1 ml of the filtrate add a small quantity of magnesium powder and 2 - 3 drops of hydrochloric acid, a cherry red colour is produced.3.Macerate warmly 0.2g in 10 ml of water on a water bath and filter. To 1 ml of the filtrate add 1 drop of ferric chloride TS, a pale greenish brown colour is produced.Foreign matter: Not more than 10%

Processing  : Pollen Typhae (unprocessed) Pulverized and sift.Carbonized: Stir fry thr clean Pollen Typhae as described under the method of carbonizeng by stir frying (Appendix ll D) until it becomes brown in colour.

Action  : To arrest bleeding, to remove blood stasis, and to relieve dysuria.

Indication  : hematemesis, epistaxis, hemoptysis, abnormal uterine bleeding, traumatic bleeding; amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, pricking pain in the epigastrium, traumatic swelling and pain; dysuria with diffidult painful passage of bloody urine

Precautions  :

Dosage  : 5 to 9 g, for external use, appropriate quantity to be applied topically.

Storage  : Preserve in a ventilated and dry place, protected from moisture and moth.

Synonymns for Typha orientalis

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Pharmaceutical Information

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Evidence or the Use of Typha orientalis in the Treatment of Epilepesy

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1st Five Results: pubmed search

Junhong Bai, Yanan Guan, Peipei Liu, Ling Zhang, Baoshan Cui, Xiaowen Li, Xinhui Liu
Assessing the safe operating space of aquatic macrophyte biomass to control the terrestrialization of a grass-type shallow lake in China.
J. Environ. Manage.: 2020, 266;110479
[PubMed:32310127] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

Liyan Di, Yue Li, Likai Nie, Sen Wang, Fanlong Kong
Influence of plant radial oxygen loss in constructed wetland combined with microbial fuel cell on nitrobenzene removal from aqueous solution.
J. Hazard. Mater.: 2020, 394;122542
[PubMed:32240899] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

Ke Zhang, Xiangling Wu, Hongbing Luo, Xiangkun Li, Wei Chen, Jia Chen, You Mo, Wei Wang
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J. Environ. Manage.: 2020, 260;110071
[PubMed:32090814] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

Weimin Xing, Yuguo Han, Zifan Guo, Yue Zhou
Quantitative study on redistribution of nitrogen and phosphorus by wetland plants under different water quality conditions.
Environ. Pollut.: 2020, 261;114086
[PubMed:32062459] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

Wenjun Yin, Congcong Zhao, Jingtao Xu
Enhanced adsorption of Cd (II) from aqueous solution by a shrimp bran modified Typha orientalis biochar.
Environ Sci Pollut Res Int: 2019, 26(36);37092-37100
[PubMed:31745770] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

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