Extracting the Medicine from Traditional Chinese Medicine-Used as sedative and a painkiller in Oriental medicine

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Nardostachys chinensis.

Extracting the Medicine from Traditional Chinese Medicine

Nardostachys chinensis or “Gansong” – a medicinal plant in the family Valerianaceae – is used as a sedative and a painkiller in Oriental medicine. Jun Zhou, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, and colleagues have isolated a new type of sesquieterpenoid–chalcone hybrid, containing a 2,3-dihydrofuran ring fused to an aristolane-type sesquiterpenoid and a chalcone, nardokanshone A (pictured).

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http://www.chemistryviews.org/details/news/5012431/Extracting_the_Medicine_from_Traditional_Chinese_Medicine.html

  1. Zhang, X; Lan Z, Dong XP, Deng Y, Hu XM, Peng T, Guo P. (January 2007). “Study on the active components of Nardostachys chinensis”. Zhong Yao Cai: 38–41. PMID 17539300. Retrieved 12 June 2013.

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