Decoction


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Decoction

 

(also called apozem), a medicine in liquid form. A decoction is made by pouring cold water over pulverized medicinal plants, steeping the mixture over a water bath, and then straining.

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The optimized UHPLC method for content determination in FA decoction with the same mobile phase condition, the same chromatographic system and gradient elution program, and the same flow rate and temperature was also applied to the pharmacokinetic study of meranzin hydrate, naringenin, and hesperetin in rat plasma following oral administration of FA decoction at a dose of 15 g/kg and 30 g/kg body weight.
The daily human dosage of Huanglian-Wendan decoction formula from "Liu-YinTiao-Bian" is 86 g (total raw materials).
The four types of herbs in Sijunzi decoction have different functions: R.
3: Main preparation modes of remedies Decoction 69,57% Powder 11,29% Poultice 6,50% Infusion 4,91% Fumigation 2,58% Raww 1,96% Maceration 1,96% Cooked 0,74% Hulle essentielle 0,49% Note: Table made from bar graph.
The fresh fruit has a death time of 52.94 minutes and for the decoction, the 2: 1 (m/v) ratio displays the shortest death time of 72.05 minutes.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can be divided into herbal decoctions and commercial extracts [1].
With the ability to cure afatinib-induced paronychia, we are confident that, with the combination of Jen-Ren-Hwo-Minq-Saan and decoction of Ban-Zhi-Lian with Bai-Hua-She-She-Cao, we can relieve the patients from severe side effect and reduce the rate for patients from dropping the afatinib treatment.
The ready to serve herbal drink which had the highest score from the sensory evaluation containing 20 : 80 mL of decoction and 0.01% sucralose was prepared for confirmation of presence of antidiabetic compounds [11].
Preparation of Gegen Qinlian Decoction. To prepare the aqueous extract of Gegen Qinlian decoction, firstly, Radix Puerariae, Radix Scutellariae, Coptis chinensis Franch, and Radix Glycyrrhizae Praeparata, at the rate of 5 : 3 : 3 : 2, were soaked in 10 times of distilled water (v/w) for 30 minutes and then boiled for 1 h.
Most plants are used as infusions, decoctions, pastes, or inhalants.
Previously, the bioactive constituents of yacon leaves were engaged [9-12], further, the HPLC analysis of chemical constituents of the decoction of yacon leaves revealed that the contents of enhydrin was decreased as refluxing time went on, so the hydrolysates of enhydrin was identified by the spectroscopic analysis and their cytotoxic activity against human gastric cancer cells (MGC80-3) was also investigated compared to enhydrin.