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 The analysis of modern medicine Cordyceps sinensis
AddTime:2009/11/25       HIts:3366

First, the chemical constituents of Cordyceps sinensis
Fat 8.4%, crude protein 25.32%, crude fiber 18.53%, prime 0.5% Cordyceps, Cordyceps acid, 7% for the quinine acid isomers, carbohydrates 28.9%, moisture 10.84%, vitamin B12, 0.29 mg / 100 g, containing 10.84% moisture, crude protein 25.32%, carbohydrate 28.90%, ash 4.10%, fat, saturated fatty acids containing 13.00% (stearic acid), 82.2% unsaturated fatty acids (oleic acid 31.69% , β-linoleic acid 68.31%).
Mannitol content of which is 7% ~ 9%. Mannitol for cerebral edema, to prevent acute renal failure, and have expectorant effects.
Cordyceps sinensis is a nucleoside antibiotic elements, there are broad-spectrum antibacterial effect, and can inhibit cancer cell growth and swelling, in vitro can inhibit Streptococcus, Burkholderia pseudomallei, Bacillus anthracis, pig hemorrhagic septicemia bacilli and Staphylococcus aureus growth.
The other contains trace elements in order to potassium, calcium, chromium, nickel, manganese, iron, copper, zinc and other essential trace elements in the human body is more abundant.

Second, pharmacological effects
1. Anti-fatigue effect: Reference "China's Tibetan Medicine" Volume 346, 1996 edition.
2. Physical sickness, anti-aging effect: Reference, "Pharmacology" People's Health Publishing House in October 2000 the first edition first printing.
3. Enhanced atmospheric hypoxia tolerance: Reference "China's Tibetan Medicine" Volume 346, 1996 edition.
4. Anti-renal injury: Reference, "Pharmacology" People's Health Publishing House in October 2000 the first edition first printing.
5. Phytopathogenic microorganisms: Reference "Modern Chinese Materia Medica Dictionary," in May 2001 Version 1.
6. Sedation, detoxification: Reference, "Yearbook of Chinese Medicine," 402, 1992 edition.
7. Antibacterial effects: refer to "Chinese Medicine Dictionary" 767, 1995 edition.
8. Immune regulation: Reference, "Yearbook of Chinese Medicine," 402, 1992 edition.
9. Antiasthmatic and expectorant effects: refer to "Chinese medicine study" 322.
10. Anti-cancer effects: refer to the "China Tibetan Medicine" Volume 346, 1996 edition.
11. Anti-tumor effects: refer to "Chinese medicine study" 319.
12. On the cardiovascular and blood system functions: Reference "China's Tibetan Medicine" Volume 346, 1996.

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