2014
DOI: 10.4314/ajtcam.v11i3.29
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Abstract: Background : One of the biggest obstacles to progress in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) development in Western countries is the difficulty of applying the traditional concepts to the Western medicinal plants, which are not traditionally described in ancient literature. During recent years, new advances in the field of understanding Yin/Yang aspects from a modern bioscientific point of view have led to the conclusion that antioxidationoxidation concepts might mirror a Yin-Yang relationship. Methods: This st… Show more

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“…Qi describes as a vital force energy which is carried throughout the body via meridians. Yin shows slow, cold and passive strength, where yang shows excited, hot, and active strength [22]. Chinese herbal formulas are known to have an advantage with regard to body regulation [23].…”
Section: Chinese Herbal Medicinementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Qi describes as a vital force energy which is carried throughout the body via meridians. Yin shows slow, cold and passive strength, where yang shows excited, hot, and active strength [22]. Chinese herbal formulas are known to have an advantage with regard to body regulation [23].…”
Section: Chinese Herbal Medicinementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In vitro studies . An extract of comfrey significantly inhibited the respiratory burst of polymorphonuclear leukocytes, suggesting an anti-inflammatory potential [ 107 ].…”
Section: Anti-arthritic Medicinal Plantsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An extract of comfrey significantly inhibited the respiratory burst of polimorphonuclear leukocytes, suggesting an anti-inflammatory potential [87].…”
Section: Symphytum Officinalis Fam Boraginaceaementioning
confidence: 99%