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 +An in vitro study of the antioxidant activities and effect on human DNA of the Chinese herbal decoction 'Liu Wei Di Huang' ​
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 +http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​db=PubMed&​cmd=Display&​dopt=PubMed_PubMed&​from_uid=19184763
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 +An in vitro study of the antioxidant activities and effect on human DNA of the Chinese herbal decoction 'Liu Wei Di Huang'
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 +Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2009 Jan 31;:1-6
 +Authors: Szeto YT, Lei PC, Ngai KL, Yiu AT, Chan CS, Kok EW, Leong CW
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 +A Chinese medicinal formulation,​ 'Liu Wei Di Huang',​ and its individual components have been tested for the [[genoprotective]] effect on human [[DNA]] by the [[comet assay]]. Results showed no DNA protection contributed by this prescription. However, the aqueous extracts of individual herbs, namely [[Cortex Moutan]] and [[Rhizoma Dioscoreae]],​ were able to decrease by 10-15% the DNA stand break from hydrogen peroxide-mediated oxidative stress. This provides insight to further evaluate the interaction among herbs and the search for the active ingredient responsible for the DNA protective effect.
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 +PMID: 19184763 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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 +PATENT MEDICINES
 +1. FOR THE KIDNEY
 +1). LIU WEI DI HUANG WAN and its supplements
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 +LIU WEI DI HUANG (6 Flavor Rehmannia Pill)
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 +Constituents:​
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 +[[Shu Di Huang]] ([[Radix Rehmanniae Glutinosae Conquitae]]) ​
 +8 parts 
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 +[[Shan Yao]] ([[Radix Dioscoreae Oppositae]]) ​
 +4 parts 
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 +[[Shan Zhu Yu]] ([[Fructus Corni Officinalis]]) ​
 +4 parts 
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 +[[Ze Xie]] ([[Rhizoma Alismatis Plantago-aquaticae]]) ​
 +3 parts 
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 +[[Fu Ling]] ([[Sclerotium Poriae Cocos]]) ​
 +3 parts 
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 +[[Mu Dan Pi]] ([[Cortex Moutan Radicis]])
 +3 parts
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 +(The doses here only show the proportion of the herbs used in the original formula).
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 +Actions: To nourish [[kidney yin]] and [[liver yin]].
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 +Indications:​ For [[kidney yin deficiency]] and [[liver yin deficiency]].
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 +The symptoms and signs are: 
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 +weakness and pain or ache in the [[lower back]] (vata), [[dizziness]] (vata-pitta),​ [[tinnitus]] (vata), tidal feverish feeling, [[night perspiration]] (vata pushing pitta - yin deficient with heat), [[heat sensation in the palms and soles]] (pitta), [[nocturnal emission]] (vata), [[dry mouth]] (vata) and [[sore throat]] (vata), [[red tongue]] (pitta) with [[scanty coating]] or without coating (vata), [[thready pulse]] and [[rapid pulse]] (vata).
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 +Analysis: ​
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 +In [[TCM]] the [[kidney yin]] is considered to be the source of all the substances in the body, especially the [[essence]] ([[ojas]]), [[blood]] and [[body fluid]]. If the kidney yin is deficient the body will lack essence and blood, especially of the [[liver]] and [[spleen]]. ​
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 +Therefore Shu Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae Glutinosae Conquitae) is chosen here to directly nourish kidney yin to treat the main problem, hence it is the sovereign. Shan Zhu Yu (Fructus Corni Officinalis) for nourishing the liver yin and Shan Yao (Radix Dioscoreae Oppositae) for nourishing the spleen yin both help the sovereign to nourish yin, and are ministers.
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 +Furthermore,​ when the yin of the body is deficient, the yang will be relatively excessive and will produce so-called deficient fire, so Ze Xie (Rhizoma Alismatis Plantago-aquaticae) is used for treating and preventing kidney fire, and Mu Dan Pi (Cortex Moutan Radicis) for liver fire. Fu Ling (Sclerotium Poriae Cocos) is for strengthening the spleen and preventing the nourishing herbs from producing dampness and stagnation of Qi. They are the adjuvant and messenger herbs.
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 +The whole formula nourishes the kidney and liver yin, and reduces or prevents deficient fire, but without producing dampness and stagnation of Qi. This is called nourishing within reducing, or reducing within nourishing (an aspect of TCM treatment theory). Because this basic formula is so well balanced, it became very popular, and many supplementary formulae were developed from it (see its supplements in Part Two).
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 +Applications:​ This formula can be applied to many diseases as long as they derive from kidney and liver yin deficiency syndrome.
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 +Fair Use Source: ​
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 +Dr. [[Song Xuan Ke]], [[Journal of Chinese Medicine]], Number 28, September 1988
 +[[Chinese Herbal Patent Formulas]] (Chinese Herbal Patent Formulae) Part One, Page 3
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