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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-906294

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Taohong Siwutang, originating from Fuke Bingjian by CHAI Dehua in the Qing Dynasty, has been included in the first batch of the 100 classical prescriptions published by the National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM). Taohong Siwutang is composed of six Chinese medicinals, namely the wine-washed Angelicae Sinensis Radix, wine-washed Rehmanniae Recens Radix, wine-washed Carthami Flos, wine-processed Paeoniae Alba Radix, Persicae Semen undergoing peel-off process in hot water, and Chuanxiong Rhizoma, possessing the effects of nourishing blood, promoting blood circulation, and removing blood stasis, and it is mainly applicable to patients with blood deficiency and stasis syndrome. The textual research on the key information of classical prescriptions and the summarization of their ancient and modern applications are conducive to learning about the research status and confirming the subsequent research direction, thus better guiding the preparation of substance benchmarks and the in-depth exploration of preparations. By exploring the sources and historic evolution of Taohong Siwutang and each Chinese medicinal, this paper uncovered the prescription composition, origin of each Chinese medicinal, processing method, and prescription dose. The review of its clinical applications showed that the application scope in modern times has been extended and expanded in contrast to that recorded in ancient books. As revealed by the clinical application literature, it has been mainly employed for treating gynecological diseases such as dysmenorrhea and irregular menstruation, orthopedic diseases like fracture, dermatological diseases such as chloasma, and internal diseases such as coronary heart disease, all of which were differentiated into the blood deficiency and stasis syndrome. It could be seen that Taohong Siwutang had great clinical application value. This review of the ancient and modern literature concerned with Taohong Siwutang and the analysis and determination of its key information are expected to provide a reference for the rational clinical application and further research of Taohong Siwutang.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-905847

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Xiebaisan is one of the 100 classical prescriptions published by the state, and the research and development of its compound preparation has gradually become an upsurge. The research and development of classical prescriptions should start from the theory of traditional Chinese medicine and clinical practice, laying a solid foundation for research and development. Based on the above thinking, this study adopts the methods of traceability and bibliometrics to analyze the source, pathogenesis, efficacy, Fangyi and clinical application of Xiebaisan in order to further promote its literature research work. The results show that the origin of Xiebaisan can be traced back to the prescription of Xiefeitang in Yinhai Jingwei(Volume 1). Although there are more than 20 prescriptions with the same name of Xiebaisan developed in later generations, they either reflect the inheritance and development of Qian Yi's thought of composing prescriptions, or only the meaning of "Xiebai" in the name of the prescription. The main pathogenesis of Xiebaisan is adverse lung Qi of heat. Mori Cortex and Lycii Cortex are sweet and cold, which can clear away lung heat and reduce adverse Qi, and then cough and asthma can stop. Supplemented with Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma and japonica rice, which are endowed with the meaning of nourishing earth and generating gold, to invigorate spleen and replenish Qi. The compatibility of Xiebaisan can clear away lung heat, relieve cough and asthma, and norish erath and generate gold to treat lung heat, asthma and cough. Although the main treatment of Xiebaisan recorded in ancient books involves various diseases and syndromes of internal, external, gynecology and pediatrics, the pathogenesis of Xiebaisan is "adverse lung Qi of heat". Modern clinical application of Xiebaisan focuses on the respiratory system, skin and subcutaneous tissue system, ear, nose and throat system, digestive system, ophthalmic system, etc., and it has more advantages in the treatment of pneumonia, cough, bronchitis, epistaxis, acne, bronchiectasis, postinfectious cough, constipation and other diseases. The syndrome differentiation of the above diseases is in accordance with the relevant syndrome types with lung heat as the main pathological factor, so we can modify and apply the prescription appropriately.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-921655

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Mongolians have a long history of using prescriptions, which can be classified into four stages as follows: the germination and experience accumulation stage before the 13 th century, the theoretical formation stage from the 13 th to 16 th century, the rapid development stage from the 17 th to 20 th century, and the leaping development stage from the mid-20 th century to the present. The prescriptions from the ancient classical or representative medical books have always been used by Mongolian physicians for generations, and they are still in use due to the definite curative effects. In 2008, the Notice on Issuing the Supplementary Provisions to the Registration and Management of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) described that China has attached more importance to the excavation and development of classical prescriptions. As stipulated in the Law of the People's Republic of China on Traditional Chinese Medicine, the classical prescriptions should be those available in ancient TCM classics and still in wide use, with exact curative effects, distinct features, and obvious advantages. This paper expounded the historical formation and development of classical prescriptions in Mongo-lian medicine, introduced the five most influential ancient medical books revealing the formation and development of these classic prescriptions, and traced the origin of such classical prescriptions as Wenguanmu Siwei Decoction, Shouzhangshen Bawei Decoction, Jianghuang Siwei Decoction and summarized the origin, development history and characteristics of classical prescriptions in Mongolian medicine, aiming to provide a reference for their further research and development.


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Books , China , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Humans , Medicine, Chinese Traditional , Medicine, Mongolian Traditional , Prescriptions
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878946

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To verify the appropriate preparation process of extracts for the solid substance benchmark of Linggui Zhugan Decoction. The extracts were prepared by different preparation processes, namely the traditional process(process 1), the extract combined with volatile oil separated from traditional process extract liquid(process 2), the modern secondary reflux extraction process(process 3) and the process that volatile oil was extracted first, then prepared according to the traditional process, and combined with extract(process 4); based on the characteristic spectrum, index components of cinnamaldehyde, glycyrrhizin, ammonium glycyrrhizinate, cinnamic acid, and the dry extract rate of process 1, the differences and similarities of four extracts were compared. The results showed that the similarity of the characteristic spectrum of process 2, process 4 and process 1 were all greater than 0.97, while there was no significant difference for the content of 4 quality control components and dry extract rate; the similarity of the characteristic spectrum of process 3 and process 1 was 0.91, the absolute peak area of 13 out of 21 peaks and the relative peak area of 7 peaks increased significantly, and the content of 3 out of 4 quality control components and dry extract rate also significantly increased. In conclusion, the material standards of extracts by the process 2 and 4 are consistent with that of the traditional process, so the two processes are suitable.


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Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Glycyrrhizic Acid , Oils, Volatile , Quality Control , Reference Standards
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878945

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By preparing 15 batches of Zhenwu Decoction substance benchmarks,the characteristic map,index component content and paste-forming rate were determined to define the peak attribution,similarity range,paste-forming rate range,paeoniflorin and6-gingerol content range and transfer rate range. The similarity between the substance benchmark characteristic map and the control map R generated from the 15 batches of substance benchmarks was higher than 0. 970. There were 19 characteristic peaks in total. By further summarization of the characteristic peaks,it could be seen that tuckahoe had 3 characteristic peaks,white peony root had 10 characteristic peaks,atractylodes had 3 characteristic peaks,ginger had 1 characteristic peak,and Aconite root had 3 characteristic peaks; among them,white peony root and aconite root had 1 common peak. The contents and transfer rates of the 15 batches were0. 50%-0. 93 and 16. 11%-26. 20%; those for 6-gingerol were 0. 018 2%-0. 033 9% and 13. 16%-24. 10%,respectively. The pasteforming rate ranged from 10. 00% to 14. 85%. In this study,the transfer process of substance benchmark value of classic formula Zhenwu Decoction was analyzed based on the characteristic map,the paste-forming rate and the content of the index components; a scientific and stable substance benchmark quality evaluation method was preliminarily established to provide a basis for subsequent development of classic formula Zhenwu Decoction and quality control of relevant preparations.


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Benchmarking , Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Quality Control
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878944

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By preparing 15 batches of lyophilized powder samples of substance benchmark in Houpo Wenzhong Decoction,the fingerprint,index component content and extract rate were determined,and the characteristic peaks,the range of similarity with the reference map,the content range and transfer rate range of magnolol,hesperidin,glycyrrhizic acid and pinocembrin,the extract rate range and the change range were clarified. The results showed that the similarity between the fingerprint of substance benchmark and the reference map R generated from the 15 batches of substance benchmark samples was higher than 0. 90. The assignment of the characteristic peaks in the full prescription's fingerprint of the herbs except Poria cocos was clarified. Nineteen characteristic peaks were assigned,and 12 characteristic peaks were assigned by the reference substance,of which 4 were from Magnolia ocinalis Cortex,5 from Exocarpium Citri Rubrum,2 from Radix aucklandiae,3 from Glycyrrhiza Radix et Rhizoma,4 from Semen Alpiniae Katsumadai,and one from Rhizoma Zingiberis and Zingiber officinale Roscoe. The index component content range and transfer rate range were 0. 80%-1. 14% and 20. 25%-39. 61% for hesperidin,0. 49%-0. 79% and 23. 09%-33. 87%for glycyrrhizic acid,0. 03%-0. 07% and 3. 55%-10. 09% for pinocembrin,0. 15%-0. 38% and 8. 08%-24. 35% for magnolol. The extract rate range and the change range were22. 60%-25. 57% and 12. 67%-23. 68% respectively. In this study,we introduced the concepts of index component content,fingerprint,extract rate,explored the transfer relation of quality value transmitting of substance benchmark in Houpo Wenzhong Decoction,and initially established the quality standard of Houpo Wenzhong Decoction,all of which would provide ideas for the development and research of similar prescriptions.


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Benchmarking , Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Glycyrrhiza , Quality Control
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878943

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By preparing 15 batches of substance benchmarks of Taohong Siwu Decoction, the methodology of the characteristic spectrums of substance benchmarks was established. The paste-forming rate range, the contents and the transfer rate range of the index components, hydroxy safflower yellow A, ferulic acid and paeoniflorin, the characteristic peaks and the similarity range of the characteristic spectrums of Taohong Siwu Decoction were determined to define key quality attributes of substance benchmarks of Taohong Siwu Decoction.In the 15 batches of substance benchmarks of Taohong Siwu Decoction, the similarity of characteristic spectrums was higher than 0.9. Furthermore, based on summarization of the characteristic peak information, there were 13 characteristic peaks in the whole decoction. Baishao had three characteristic peaks, Honghua had seven characteristic peaks, and Chuanxiong and Danggui had three characteristic peaks. The paste-forming rate of the 15 batches of substance benchmarks was controlled at 33.11%-40.62%. The content of hydroxy safflower yellow A was 0.129%-0.203%, with the average transfer rate of 16.596%±0.669%.The content of ferulic acid was 0.043%-0.055%, with the average transfer rate of 20.489%±1.772%.The content of paeoniflorin was 0.676%-0.943%, with the average transfer rate of 29.112%±3.273%.The quality value transfer of substance benchmarks of classical prescription Taohong Siwu Decoction was analyzed by the combination of characteristic spectrums, paste-forming rate and the content of index components. The established substance benchmark quality evaluation method was stable and feasible, and could provide a basis for quality control and subsequent development of relevant preparations of Taohong Siwu Decoction.


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Benchmarking , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Quality Control
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878942

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By preparing 10 batches of substance benchmarks freeze-drying powder( lyophilized powder),the methodology of the characteristic spectrum and the content of index component for substance benchmarks of Qingwei San was established. The characteristic peaks and the similarity range of the characteristic spectrum,the contents and the transfer rate range of isoferulic acid,palmatine and paeonol,and the paste-forming rate range were determined to define key quality attributes of substance benchmarks of Qingwei San. In the10 batches of substance benchmarks of Qingwei San,the similarity of characteristic spectrum was higher than 0. 90. In further comparison of the characteristic peak information,a total of 16 characteristic peaks were identified,including 5 characteristic peaks from Cimicifugae Rhizoma,5 characteristic peaks from Coptidis Rhizoma,2 characteristic peaks from Angelicae Sinensis Radix and 4 characteristic peaks from Moutan Cortex. The content of isoferulic acid was 0. 10%-0. 18%,with the average transfer rate of 49. 82%±4. 02%. The content of palmatine was 0. 17%-0. 31%,with the average transfer rate of 15. 84% ±2. 39%. The content of paeonol was 0. 41%-0. 75%,with the average transfer rate of 23. 41%±3. 23%. The paste-forming rate of the 10 batches of substance benchmarks were controlled at 27%-33%,with the transfer rate between the theoretical paste-forming rate and the actual paste-forming rate was 86. 59%±3. 39%. In this study,the quality value transfer of substance benchmarks of Qingwei San was analyzed by the combination of characteristic spectrum,the content of index component and the paste-forming rate. A scientific and stable evaluation method was preliminarily established,so as to provide the basis for subsequent development and quality control of relevant preparations of Qingwei San.


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Benchmarking , Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Powders , Quality Control , Rhizome
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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 2119-2126, 2021.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-887044

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The purpose of this study was to explore the interaction mechanism between glycyrrhiza protein and berberine in the decocting process of Rhizoma Coptidis and Liquorice and its effect on the pharmacodynamic effect. In this experiment, licorice crude protein was obtained from licorice decoction pieces, and it was found that licorice crude protein and berberine could form spherical supramolecular particles after decocting together. Morphological characterization was carried out by using Malvin particle size analyzer and emission scanning electron microscopy, and the supramolecular particles were observed to be nanoscale, which was significantly different from the morphology of licorice protein and berberine. The results of ultraviolet, infrared and fluorescence spectroscopy showed that the mechanism of molecular interaction was induced by weak bonds such as electrostatic attraction and hydrophobic interaction. Furthermore, the antimicrobial activity of berberine was significantly affected by the supramolecular particles of licorice protein-berberine, which were significantly different from the mechanical mixture. This study reveals the pharmacological value of macromolecular substances such as proteins in the decoction of licorice and Coptis chinensis from a new perspective, which is helpful to promote the secondary development of clinical effective prescriptions, especially the research on the pharmacological substance basis of classic famous prescriptions.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878854

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Ganjiang Lingzhu Decoction is one of the first 100 classical prescriptions published by China in 2018. According to the published literature, it was found that there is no review on the history, evolution and research progress of this prescription. In order to reflect the history, modifications, quality control and clinical applications, this paper focuses on the origination, evolution, current development and modern studies of Ganjiang Lingzhu Decoction, in the hope of providing a reference for the heritage and innovation of other classical prescriptions.


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China , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Medicine, Chinese Traditional , Prescriptions , Quality Control
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878823

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To provide the ancient literary evidence support for the clinical application and development of classical prescription based on systematical collection and analysis of the ancient Chinese medical literature containing Jinshui Liujun Jian, including its origin and development. Bibliometric analysis was used and information of Jinshui Liujun Jian in ancient Chinese medical literature was then collected for statistical analysis of formula compositions, main indications, dosage, preparation methods, etc. A total of 151 valid items of data were obtained from 48 ancient Chinese medicine books. Jinshui Liujun Jian was first recorded in Jingyue Quanshu written by ZHANG Jiebin. This prescription consisted of Rehmanniae Radix Praeparata, Angelicae Sinensis Radix, Pinelliae Rhizome, Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium, Poria and Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizome Praeparata cum Melle, and it was mainly used to treat the deficiency of lung and kidney, edema and excess production of phlegm, or Yin deficiency in the old, insufficient blood-qi, wind-cold evil, cough and disgusting, asthma and excessive phlegm. Doctors in later dynasties mostly followed the prescription compositions, dosages and indications in Jingyue Quanshu, and extended the clinical application of this prescription.


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Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Medicine, Chinese Traditional , Prescriptions , Rhizome
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878822

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As an important treasure for the research and development of new Chinese medicines, the classical prescriptions have a long medical history in China and are the summary of the clinical experience of the medical experts in the past dynasties. To support the research and development of classical prescriptions,relevant encouraging policies were issued by the state and relevant administrative departments. It is one of the key problems in the development process of classical prescriptions to verify and determine the processing methods of prescription herbal drugs. At present, there is no consensus or standard on such problems of classical prescriptions. In this paper, we sorted out and analyzed the related content of the herb processing for classical prescriptions, summarized the characteristics of the processing methods in the Catalogue of classical prescriptions(First Batch) and the problems faced in the textual research, and put forward some suggestions on the processing and textual research, including four research strategies: sorting out the mainstream methods for herbs in various periods of classical prescriptions, clarifying histological changes in the processing methods, determining the processing methods based on the drug processing characteristics, determining the processing methods based on the processing functions and identifying the processing methods according to the clinical efficacy and indication, so as to provide ideas and references for the research of processing methods involved in classical prescriptions.


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China , Drug Prescriptions , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Medicine, Chinese Traditional , Prescriptions
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878821

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UPLC-Q-TOF-MS technology was used to analyze the chemical constituents from classical prescription Huangqi Guizhi Wuwu Tang standard decoction. Acquity HSS T3 column(2.1 mm × 100 mm, 1.8 μm) was used as the chromatographic column, with 0.1% formic acid solution-0.1% formic acid acetonitrile as the mobile phase for gradient elution. The volume flow rate was 0.4 mL·min~(-1) and the column temperature was 40 ℃. Mass spectrometry data of Huangqi Guizhi Wuwu Tang standard decoction were collected in positive and negative ion modes. The chemical constituents from classical prescription Huangqi Guizhi Wuwu Tang standard decoction were analyzed and identified by Masslynx 4.1 software combined with SciFinder database, comparison with reference mate-rials, mass spectrometry data analysis and reference to relevant literature. A total of 110 compounds were analyzed and identified, including 33 flavonoids, 14 monoterpene glycosides, 8 triterpenoids, 8 gingerols, 17 phenylpropanoids, 12 organic acids, 7 amino acids and 11 other compounds. The results of this study provide an experimental basis for the further research on the substance basis and quality control of Huangqi Guizhi Wuwu Tang standard decoction.


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Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Flavonoids/analysis , Glycosides , Prescriptions , Reference Standards
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878820

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In this experiment, by determination of the HPLC characteristic spectrum of the classical prescription Qingwei San decoction, the contents of isoferulic acid, palmatine and paeonol in Qingwei San decoction and the extraction rate were investigated. The factors such as the crushing degree of decoction pieces, the amount of decocting water, the decocting time, the filter material and the decocting container involved in Qingwei San decoction process were examined to make a detailed comparison of Qingwei San's decoction processes during the development.HPLC characteristic spectrum method of Qingwei San was established, and then the decoction process parameters of Qingwei San were optimized, with the similarity of characteristic spectrum, the concentration of the index components and the extraction rate as indexes. The decoction process of Qingwei San was determined as follows: Qingwei San decoction pieces were weighed according to the prescription amount and pulverized into the most coarse powder; the powder was put in a ceramic pot, added with 225 mL water, heated to boiling, cooked for 50 minutes with gentle heat(100 W), and filtered with a layer of 300 mesh nylon cloth.The similarity of Qingwei San's characteristics pectrum of different decoction methods was all above 0.9, and the concentration of isoferulic acid, palmatine and paeonol in Qingwei San under determined decoction process was 40.74, 26.73, 65.73 μg·mL~(-1), respectively, with an extraction rate of 33.80%.The characteristic spectrum determined in this experiment can better express the information and index components of Qingwei San, and if combined with the extraction rate information, it can provide the general information, index component content and extraction information. The decoction process after detailed investigation can better reflect the quality of Qingwei San decoction, with easier control and operation. It can provide a basis for the subsequent research and development of Qingwei San decoction standard, and can also provide experimental basis and reference for the decoction process research of other classical prescriptions.


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Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Powders , Prescriptions , Water
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878819

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Based on fingerprint and network pharmacology,the whole process quality control of Zhuru Decoction was conducted and efficacy-related substances were predicted.The fingerprints of raw materials,decoction pieces and Zhuru Decoction were established,and 25 common peaks were identified,including 9 common chromatographic peaks of 3'-hydroxy puerarin,puerarin,3'-methoxy puerarin,puerarin,aperioside,daidzin,daidzein,liquiritin,glycyrrhizic acid and 6-gingerol, with similarity all greater than 0.95.The main groups of pharmacodynamic substances can be transferred from raw materials,decoction pieces to Zhuru Decoction step by step,with a clear affiliation relationship.Based on the testability and traceability,the active ingredients were screened,and the network relationship of "component-target-pathway" was constructed and analyzed for the nine chemical components screened by network pharmacology.The enriched pathways included energy metabolism,alcoholism,and smooth muscle contraction and relaxation-related pathways.The nine active components of Zhuru Decoction may achieve the effects of clearing heat, alleviating a hangover, harmonizing stomach and stopping vomiting through these signaling pathways.Based on transitive and traceable properties of the above 9 components as well as their close relationship to the efficacy of Zhuru Decoction,these 9 components can be identified as potential efficacy-related substances and provide basis for the overall quality control of Zhuru Decoction.


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Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Glycyrrhizic Acid , Prescriptions , Quality Control
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-878818

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This study aimed to establish the HPLC characteristic chromatogram and content determination method for index components with the primary standard substances of the classical prescription Mahuang Decoction, and to provide data basis for the establishment of its quality standard and the development and utilization of compound preparations. First, HPLC was used to establish the material reference chromatograms of Mahuang Decoction, and 15 batches of standard samples of Mahuang Decoction were determined. Their similarity was calculated by the median method. Secondly, the content of the standard substances was determined and a simplecontent determination method was established by HPLC. Relevant methodology was investigated, and the extraction ratio, index component transfer rate and moisture content of 15 batches of primary standard samples were calculated. The results showed that the two sets of HPLC methods had their own characteristics. The six chromatographic peaks identified from the 10 common peaks in the former characteristic chromatogram covered all the herbal medicines in the standard substances, which can better indicate the quality characteristics of the standard substances of Mahuang Decoction. The latter method(content determination method) was simple and practical, so it was suitable for establishing the quality standard of its compound preparation. Two sets of methods were jointly used to evaluate the quality of 15 batches of Mahuang Decoction. The results were as follows: the similarity of 15 batches of samples was greater than 0.90; the average extraction ratio was 18.1%; the average moisture content was 9.7%; the average content and transfer rate of the standard ingredients ephedrine hydrochloride and total pseudoephedrine hydrochloride were 2.3% and 26.7% respectively, and the average content and transfer rate of amygdalin were 2.2% and 48.3% respectively. None of the data showed dispersion(beyond 70%-130% of the mean value), which met the application data requirements for the substance standards of ancient classical Chinese herbal compound preparations(draft for comments). Based on the above research, the primary substance quality standard of Mahuang Decoction was established in order to provide reference for the development and research of the compound preparation of Mahuang Decoction.


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Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Drugs, Chinese Herbal , Ephedra sinica , Prescriptions , Quality Control , Reference Standards
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-873306

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Wandaitang, which is one of classical traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) prescriptions, is derived from Collected Exegesis of Recipes of Fu Qingzhu' s Obstetrics and Gynecology. It is commonly used in modern clinical practice, and included in the Catalogue of Ancient Classical Prescriptions (The First Batch). Collected Exegesis of Recipes of Fu Qingzhu' s Obstetrics and Gynecology and Chen Shi-duo' s Bianzhenglu have a complicated relationship. Both of them have another biography, named Nvke Xianfang and Bianzheng Qiwen. The composition of Wandaitang in the four books is slightly different, while the prescription's explanations and other records are almost the same. The research and development of Wandaitang should be based on the records of Collected Exegesis of Recipes of Fu Qingzhu's Obstetrics and Gynecology. Compared with other classical literatures, Collected Exegesis of Recipes of Fu Qingzhu's Obstetrics and Gynecology was published in a late period and less reproduced in other ancient books. To study the function of Wandaitang, we need to analyze the records in the original book. In addition, we need to make a multi-angle analysis by reference to the theory of TCM, the composition of drugs, the significance of compatibility, as well as the understanding of modern famous doctors, clinical reports and experimental studies in all aspects. The study found that the functions of Wandaitang were relatively concentrated, but with wide major functions involving internal medicine, surgery, gynecological, pediatric, andrological and other departments. According to the study, the authors believe that the functions of the classical TCM prescription of Wandaitang are invigorating spleen to eliminate dampness, dispersing the liver and rectifying Qi, and invigorating Yang. It can be used to treat leucorrhea, diarrhea, edema and stranguria with the syndromes of pale, languid, little food, loose stool and depression. Wandaitang can also be used to treat vaginitis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic colitis, chronic nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and chronic prostatitis.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-872886

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The research and development of classical famous prescriptions is an important way to actively promote the development of traditional Chinese medicine.It is particularly important to sort out the historical evolution of the composition of traditional famous prescriptions to make clear the origin,producing areas and concocting methods of traditional Chinese medicine,which is the source of ensuring the safety and efficacy.Through literature review,it is found that at present,the research of mulberry white skin focuses on chemical composition,pharmacological mechanism and modern clinical research,and there are few ancient literature studies.Therefore,based on the ancient literature,the author conducts a comprehensive textual research on mulberry bark from its name,origin,producing areas and concocting methods and other aspects,in order to provide literature reference for the research and development of the prescription involving mulberry bark in the classic prescription.Through research,we can know that there are more than 20 aliases of mulberry bark,and the most commonly used names in modern times are "sangbaipi""sanggenbaipi""sangpi",etc.In Tang and Song dynasties and before,mulberry bark was mainly composed of Morus alba var. alba and jisang,after Tang and Song dynasties,mulberry bark plant sources showed diversity,in modern times,Morus alba var. alba was gradually identified as the main medicinal species of mulberry bark.Therefore,it is suggested that Morus alba var. alba be selected as the plant source of mulberry bark.According to ancient books,mulberry trees are cultivated everywhere,with Jiangsu,Zhejiang and Sichuan as the best areas,and Henan and Anhui as the most popular areas in modern times.The conclusion of ancient and modern quality of mulberry bark is basically the same,the root skin is white,thick and sweet.The morden concocting methods of mulberry bark mainly include raw mulberry bark,honey mulberry bark and fried mulberry bark.According to the textual research of ancient literature,in addition to the above three kinds of medical specifications,there have been concocting methods without auxiliary materials,such as burning,baking and roasting,as well as concocting methods with auxiliary materials,such as bran roasting,rice swill soaking,honey wine roasting,etc.The concocting methods of mulberry bark used by the classical famous recipe should be selected in combination with specific drug provisions.

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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 1872-1876, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-825158

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A UHPLC method for the simultaneous determination of multiple constituents in QingJinHuaTan Decoction was established. The separation was performed on a Waters cortecs T3 column (150 mm×2.1 mm, 1.6 μm); the mobile phase was acetonitrile-water (containing 0.04% phosphoric acid) with gradient elution at a flow rate of 0.30 mL·min-1, the column temperature at 25 ℃ and the wavelengths at 238 nm and 280 nm. The results showed that all peaks were well separated and all components had a good linear relationship in the investigative range, (r > 0.999). The repeatability and stability were good and the recovery was between 92.5%-104.7%. The method is simple, accurate and reliable and provides a basis for quality control of QingJinHuaTan Decoction and for further development of methods for its standardization.

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China Pharmacy ; (12): 490-495, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-817298

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OBJECTIVE:To systematically evaluate the effectiveness and safety of classical prescription versus antihistamines in the treatment of eczema. METHODS :Retrieved from CBM and CNKI ,randomized controlled trials (RCTs)about classical prescription(trial group )versus antihistamines (control group )in the treatment of eczema were collected. The qualities of included literatures were evaluated by modified Jadad scale after literature screening and data extraction ,and Meta-analysis was performed by using Rev Man 5.3 software. RESULTS :Totally 19 RCTs involving 1 829 patients were included. Meta-analysis showed that total response rate of patients with Shire Yunfu type [OR =5.67,95%CI(3.44,9.33),P<0.000 01],Pixu Shiyun type [OR =4.23, 95% CI(1.89,9.46),P=0.000 4],Xuexu Fengzao type [OR =3.57,95% CI(2.36,5.41),P<0.000 01] in trial group were significantly higher than that of control group. There were no statistical differences in the incidence of ADR between patients with Shire Yunfu type [OR =0.72,95%CI(0.21,2.41),P=0.59],Pixu Shiyun type [OR =0.31,95%CI(0.01,13.57),P=0.54],Xuexu Fengzao type [OR=1.08,95% CI(0.18,6.59),P=0.93] in trial group and control group. After treatment ,the levels of TNF-α [SMD=-1.67,95%CI(-2.04,-1.31),P<0.000 01],IL-6 [SMD=-1.53,95%CI(-1.88,-1.17),P<0.000 01] and IL-8 [SMD=-1.75,95%CI(-2.28,-1.21),P<0.000 01] in patients with Shire Yunfu type in trial group were significantly lower than control group. There was no statistical significance in CD 4+ levels [SMD =1.51,95%CI(-0.37,3.38),P=0.12] between Shire Yunfu type patients in trial group and control group. CONCLUSIONS :Therapeutic efficacy of classical prescription in treatment of eczema is better than antihistamines,with similar safety . Modified Longdan xiegan decoction can significantly reduce the levels of inflammatory cytokines in patients with Shire Yunfu type.

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