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Analysis of varieties and standards of labiatae medicinal plants used in Tibetan medicine / 中国中药杂志
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-246084
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ABSTRACT
In this paper, an analysis was made on the varieties and standards of labiatae medicinal plants used in Tibetan medicine. The results showed 71 species of labiatae plants in 21 genera (including varieties) recorded in relevant literatures, involving 44 varieties of medicinal materials. Specifically, seven species (9.9%) were intersected with traditional Chinese medicines (TCM), 19 varieties (43%) were recorded in Chinese medicinal material standards at all levels, and 27 species (38%) were source plants. In Tibetan medicine standards and literatures, there are great differences between Tibetan names and translated Chinese names and among varieties of source plants. Apart from a few of varieties intersected with traditional Chinese medicines had complete standards and regulations in Chinese Pharmacopoeia, most of species only had characters, microscopic, physical and chemical identifications in Standards Issued by Ministry of Health-Tibetan Medicine, Tibetan Medicine Standard and local standards. Therefore, the Tibetan medicinal material variety-source specification and quality standard system shall be promoted on the basis of literatures research, investigations for resources and current applications and modern pharmaceutical studies.
Subject(s)
Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Pharmacology / Plants, Medicinal / Reference Standards / Humans / Drugs, Chinese Herbal / Chemistry / Classification / Lamiaceae / Medicine, Tibetan Traditional / Phytotherapy Type of study: Practice guideline Language: Chinese Journal: China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica Year: 2015 Type: Article
Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Pharmacology / Plants, Medicinal / Reference Standards / Humans / Drugs, Chinese Herbal / Chemistry / Classification / Lamiaceae / Medicine, Tibetan Traditional / Phytotherapy Type of study: Practice guideline Language: Chinese Journal: China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica Year: 2015 Type: Article