Chinese Herbs supplements and their medical, therapeutic benefit, a list and definition of several herbal products and information on their uses by Ray Sahelian, M.D.
March 22 2014

I was never exposed to Chinese herbs in medical school -- which is no surprise. In recent years I have been learning more about a number of Chinese herbs, and I must say I am very impressed. It is amazing that so many effective Chinese herbs have not yet been studied in any detail by Western medicine, even though Chinese doctors and healers have known about them for thousands of years. More Americans are turning to traditional Chinese medicine after failing to find relief from conventional treatments. Such patients typically have sought out Chinese herbal remedies at the urging of friends or family; now many are doing so on the advice of doctors at prestigious medical institutions, which over the past decade have been cautiously integrating the 5,000-year-old practice.

I will add more herb with time and describe them in more detail. I am eager to learn more about the amazing knowledge Chinese doctors have accumulated over the past thousands of years regarding these Chinese herbs.

A partial list of Chinese herbs
Adenophora Chinese herb, I am not sure what this herb is used for.
Albizzia julibrissin (Mimosa), traditionally known in China as the "herb of happiness," is one of the most valued Chinese botanicals for supporting a healthy mood during periods of occasional anxiety and stress.
Angelica pubescens root -- Du Huo
Astragalus complanatus -- Flatstem Milkvetch seed -- Sha Yuan Zi -- this is the seed of the astragalus plant as opposed to the root.
Astragalus membranaceus root -- Huang Qi -- The genus astragalus is a large group of more than 2,000 species distributed worldwide, and is commonly known as milk-vetch root. Currently, much of the research on astragalus is focused on its immune-stimulating polysaccharides and other active ingredients useful in immune deficiency conditions.
Astragalus mongholicus -- is part of the Astragalus genus and related to Astragalus membranaceus. In China Astragalus mongholicus is used for the same purposes as Astragalus membranaceus and may be mixed with it.
Atractylodes macrocephala -- Bai Zhu -- Baizhu -- root ------ Atractylodes lancea -- Cang Zhu
Bamboo leaf extract
Bupleurum Chinense -- Chai Hu
Cardamom-- Bai Dou Kou --
Cassia seed - Cassia Obtusifolia -- Jue Ming Zi
Chaste berry - Chasteberry -- Vitex Rotundifolia --Vitex trifolia -- Man Jing Zi. See also Chaste-Berry supplement information.
Chrysanthemum indicum - Ye Ju Hua -- (Ye means wild), the flower is smaller than Moriflorum species.
Chrysanthemum moriflorum -- Ju Hua -- (mori means mulberry)
Cistanche deserticola -- Cistanche Salsa -- Rou Cong Rong -- Roucongrong -- side effect includes blurred vision.
Ciwujia Chinese herb
Codonopsis pilosula -- Clang Sheng - Dangshen -- Dang Shen -- protects certain immune cells from radiation therapy damage during cancer therapy, has ulcer-preventive activity. Codonopsis herbal tonic improves mind function when used in combination with ginkgo biloba.
Cnidium monnieri Chinese herb --
Coptis chinensis rhizome -- Golden Thread -- Huang Lian -- Rhizoma Coptidis - has a high concentration of berberine.
Cordyceps chinensis - this mushroom is quite popular and sold as an extract. See Cordyceps mushroom extract supplement information.
Cornus Officinalis -- Asiatic Cornelian Cherry Fruit -- Corni Fructus -- Asiatic Dogwood -- Shan Zhu Yu
Corydalis yanhusuo
Cuscuta -- Dodder seed -- Semen Cuscutae -- Tu Si Zi
Cynomorium songaricum -- Suo Yang. Cynomorium grows at high altitude, mainly in Inner Mongolia and Tibet. In Saudi Arabia, cynomorium is called tarthuth. It even grows in parts of the Sahara desert.
Deer Antler Velvet is a potent sexual enhancer and sold as Deer-Antler-Velvet supplement for aphrodisiac properties.
Dendrobium Chinese herb
Cordyceps -- Cordyceps Sinensis
Dong Quai also spelled Dong Gui -- Angelica sinensis -- see Dong Quai supplement for sale.
Dioscorea -- Shun Yao -- Diosgenin is a steroidal saponin, which is extracted from the root of Wild Yam, dioscorea.
Ephedra - Ma Huang was used in weight loss products until about 2004 when the FDA decided to make it illegal to be included in weight loss products.
Eucommia Chinese herb
Fo Ti - Polygonum multiflorum -- Fleeceflower -- He Shou Wu -- Ho Shoo Wu - Shouwu -- This Fo-Ti  herb is also found in a hair growth product called Shen Min which may have liver toxicity.
Ginkgo Biloba -- Bai guo -- one of the most well studied Chinese herbs. This Chinese herb is often sold in Ginkgo-Biloba 40 mg supplement dosage and Ginkgo-60mg supplement dosage.
Ginseng -- Panax Ginseng -- Ren Shen -- Renshen -- one of the best known Chinese herbs. Ginseng is used by most people to increase energy. There are quite a number of different ginseng species, and literally tens of thousands of different products. Certain ginseng varieties are helpful for individuals who are fatigued and have low body temperature. However, if the same ginseng is given to an individual with high body temperature, particularly in a high dose, it could make that person uncomfortable, restless or hyperactive.
Gynostemma pentaphyllum -  
Horny goat weed -- Epidmedium sagittatum -- Epimedium brevicorum -- Yinyanghou. A potent Chinese herbal aphrodisiac and a popular sex enhancing herb. See Horny-Goat-Weed extract supplement to purchase this natural sex enhancer.
Jiaogulan is a plant that grows wild in China, as well as many other countries throughout Asia.
Jujube -- Ziziphus Jujuba -- Suan Zao Ren
Indigo plant -- Isatis Indigotica -- Qing Dai
Licorice -- Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis -- Gan Cao -- In China, Licorice is used for stomach ulcers, dry cough and to detoxify other herbs and drugs.
Ligustrum - Fructus Ligustri Lucidi - Nu Zhen Zi
Longan Fruit - Euphoria fruit - Long Yan Rou
Lotus Seeds -- Lian Zi --
Morinda officinalis roots have been used in China since ancient times. In Chinese medicine, morinda is known as "Bajitian"
Motherwort Chinese herb
Oroxylum indicum -- Mu Hu Die
Peony -- Chinese Peony -- Paeonia lactiflora
Poria cocos -- Fu Ling
Prunella vulgaris -- Self-Heal Fruit-Spike -- Xia Ku Cao --
Rehmannia -- Chinese Foxglove -- Dihuang or Di Huang-- Shudihuang -- Rehmannia supplement is available for sale.
Reishi is also known as Ganoderma lucidum - Lingzhi - or Ling Zhi. Purchase Reishi supplement at this internet vitamin store.
Salvia miltiorrhiza -- Danshen -- used in cardiovascular condtions
Sarsaparilla - Smilax glabra -- Sarsaparilla supplements are available for sale.
Shitake Mushrooms --
Skullcap -- Scutellaria lateriflora -- Scullcap
Schizandra berry (Schizandra chinensis) -- also spelled Schisandra -- Shisandra -- Wuweizi -- Schisandra extract supplements are popular.
White Peony Root Chinese herb
Wolfberry -- Lycium barbarum berries -- Lycii Chinensis -- Gou Qi Zi -- Goukizi - Goji supplements have become very popular along with dried goji berries and berry juice.

My OMD prescribed dang shen, aka codonopsis pilosulae, bai zhu, aka atrctylodes rhizoma, and bai shao, aka Paeonia lactiflora. I find literature that states these have an inhibitory effect on blood platelet aggregation and should not be used with a blood thinning disease, and yet these same herbs are commonly used to bring platelet counts up (I think Dan Shen, aka Salvia, does the same, but this was not prescribed) Why is there such a contradiction? One view says I should use these. Another view says I should avoid them specifically. Is there any way to reconcile these, or do I just have to pick which I want to believe, and hope for the best? Yes, I asked my doctor, but she is Chinese and can only relate to the traditional perspective. I am in a culture that at least considers scientific review. You seem to consider both, so I thought you might be able to reconcile the two.
   I have not seen enough long term human studies to know how these influence platelet aggregation or thinning. As a general rule many medicinal plants and extract have an inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation rather than increasing platelet count.

See Ayurvedic herbs and also another interesting group of medicinal plants, Amazon herbs.

Terminology
Huo -- flower
Radix -- root
Semen -- seed

Tonic Chinese Herbs
Many Chinese herbs are described as tonics, meaning they increase energy levels. Some Russian herbs are described as adaptogens, perhaps meaning that they increase energy or allow a better adaptation to stress. I prefer describing herbs by what they actually do. For instance, whether they increase energy, mood, motivation, alertness, etc.

Chinese herbs reduce pain from menstrual cramp
A study with 3,500 women in several countries supports the use of Chinese herbs in offering relief from menstrual. In many cases, the Chinese herbs worked better than drugs or acupuncture. Researchers prescribed women herbal medicines to treat their menstrual cramp symptoms. Some of these herbs were Chinese angelica root (danggui), Szechuan lovage root (chuanxiong), red peony root (chishao), white peony root (baishao), Chinese motherwort (yimucao), fennel fruit (huixiang), nut-grass rhizome (xiangfu), liquorice root (gancao) and cinnamon bark (rougui).

Use for sexual dysfunction, impotence, erectile dysfunction
There are dozens of Chinese herbs used for impotence including cnidium, ginkgo, ginseng, horny goat weed, and others. The traditional Chinese medicines (TCM), Epimedium sagittatum, Cnidium monnieri, and Semen cuscutae, were used for treating erectile dysfunction since the ancient Han dynasty (202 BC-AD 220).

Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2012. Combination of compound Xuanju Capsule and sildenafil for erectile dysfunction that progressively fails to respond to sildenafil]. Compound Xuanju Capsule combined with sildenafil is effective for erectile dysfunction that progressively fails to respond to sildenafil.

Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2012  Erdi Biejia decoction for erectile dysfunction with kidney-yin deficiency. Department of Andrology, Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

Vision and eye health
Effects of Chinese herbs on mammalian retinal functions.
J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 1996.
Ocular ischemia and inflammation are two major factors which induce retinal degeneration. Treatment of these diseases has been difficult, though numerous agents have been tried. Natural products could be a good field to venture into because various medicinal plants have been used for centuries to treat circulation stasis, inflammation, visual disturbances, and eyesight failure. Tetramethyl-pyrazine, coumarin, methyl tyramine, rescinnamine, apocynin, and hesperetin are some natural products isolated from Chinese herbs for improving ocular blood flow, particularly in the choroid and retina. For ocular inflammation, at least a dozen natural products are reviewed in this article. Among those, matrine, tetrandrine and osthole draw particular attention, because they are effective mainly as interleukin-1 blockers, but not as arachidonate blockers. As a result, these agents are potent anti-inflammatory agents and are even more potent than the prototype corticosteroid, prednisolone. It is hoped that all aforementioned agents can be used to treat retinopathies resulting from ocular ischemia and/or ocular inflammation. Scoparone, corylifolinin, epigallocatechin-3-0-gallate, esculetin, and lespedezaflavanone A are some natural products which can improve retinal functions. Further research should be carried out to relate natural products which can improve ocular blood flow and inflammation to retinal function and vice versa.

Meridians
Chinese herbs are also described as influencing the liver meridian, or the kidney, or the spleen, etc. Again, I prefer to describe Chinese herbs by what they do. For instance, whether they protect the liver cells from damage, whether they influence erectile function, or whether they have an influence on the immune system.

Caution  and safety
Some traditional Chinese herbal remedies contain arsenic, mercury, aristolochic acid, or poisonous plants and may also be sourced from endangered species such as tiger bone or rhino horn. Buy your Chinese herbs from a reputable supplier.

History
After thousands of years of study and experimentation, Chinese doctors have learned the amazing properties of thousands of Chinese herbs and substances. Today, the their medical pharmacy abounds with amazingly effective herbal remedies. Yet these Chinese herbs and products are virtually unknown in the Western world but this form of alternative medicine is slowly making its presence in the United States.
     Traditional Chinese medicine uses more than 6,000 species of plants, processed in different ways and prescribed in different combinations depending on the patient's condition. Inside a Chinese herbal shop in the Chinatown section of many cities, you will often find wooden drawers containing such products as dried insects, ground mollusks, dried berries, bark and corn silk, ground turtle shells, pearl and many unusual compounds. Traditional Chinese medicine first arrived in the United States in the 1860s, carried across the ocean to the West Coast by Chinese immigrants recruited to build the transcontinental railroad. But few outside Chinese American culture paid any attention to the ancient practice, with its exotic remedies and bitter potions. It wasn't until the 1970s, when relations thawed between the United States and China, that mainstream medical practitioners gave it any heed -- and then the focus was primarily on the promise of acupuncture. Chinese medicine practitioners in most medical institutions are either doctors or licensed acupuncturists. In 1979, California became the first state to license acupuncturists, who also serve as de facto licensed herbal practitioners, as they're required to complete at least 450 hours of training in the use of Chinese herbs.

Ben Cao Gang Mu, Materia Medica, a dictionary of Chinese herbs, written by Li Shi Zhen (1518-1593). It consists of 52 volumes, with more than 1.9 million characters and more than one thousand and one hundred pictures. The book lists 1,892 medical material of herbs, animals and mineral with11, 096 formulae being used in the past. The book has been translated into more than 60 languages.

Commonly used herbal remedies
Although each Chinese Herbal specialist has his or her own favorite Chinese herbs that they like to use, the following are some commonly used Chinese herbs by many practitioners:

Astragalus (Huang Qi) -- The long root is dried and used for colds and flu as well as fatigue and digestive disorders, like diarrhea and bloating. Astragalus is also given to boost the immune system.

Chinese angelica (Dang Gui) -- The root of this plant is reputed to relieve menstrual disorders, anemia, chronic abdominal and bodily pains, and chronic constipation. It is also used to treat insomnia.

Chinese yam (Shan Yao) -- is given to reduce fatigue, treat chronic cough and wheezing, and stabilize the leakage of fluids in urogenital conditions.

Eucommia bark (Du Zhong) -- A tree bark used in cases of aching back and knees by nourishing the liver and kidney as well as the sinews and bones.

Fleece flower root (He Shou Wu) -- Fleece flower root is also given to treat constipation and to clear toxins. It is commonly used to maintain both hair color and hair growth.

Ginger (Gan Jiang, dried ginger; or Sheng Jiang, fresh ginger) -- A common root used in its dry form to treat digestive problems, warm the body, promote circulation and transform congested fluid in the lungs. Fresh ginger root is reputed to reduce nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy, motion sickness and chemotherapy. Ginger is also commonly used in Western herbology.

Ginseng (Ren Seng) -- has been used as a general tonic to strengthen body functions, recover from illnesses or surgery, improve male infertility and impotence, and enhance the immune system.

Licorice (Gan Cao) -- A sweet-tasting root that is reputed to treat sore throats and coughs, muscle spasms and digestive weakness. Licorice has been used in treatments for liver disease, respiratory ailments like allergies and bronchitis and stomach problems like heartburn. Licorice is also commonly used in Chinese herbal formulas to modify the harsh attributes of other herbs.

Poria (Fu Ling) -- A fungus that grows on pine tree trunks. Poria is a mild diuretic, often used in cases of edema, urinary difficulty and diarrhea.

Emails
Q. What exactly is meant by "tonifying" organs or glands, etc.? Some Chinese herbs claim to do this. Many Chinese herbs I'm interested in claim to be good for "toning up" the reproductive organs or "tonifying" the nervous system and glands, and all that. I'm used to "toning" muscle through exercise, so really what does that mean?
   A. As to tonifying glands, we think this is an outdated term that is not specific enough. We prefer to use other terms such as antioxidant protection, prevention of tissue damage, providing appropriate nutrient substrates for optimal organ functioning, improving circulation to the organs, etc.

Q.  I have found an interesting site where you can get access to research information on Chinese medicinal herbs and their chemical constituents with physiological functions to the extent that they are known. It is cambridgesoft dot com They are currently offering a 2 week free access to Traditional Chinese Medicine.  When researching Chinese herbs, i have found that pin yin names work better than English names on the cambridge site. Examples: epimedium = yin yang huo, cuscuta = Tu si zi, Jiaogulan = Jiao gu lan.

Q. Chinese medicine links the heart and small intestines as two organs that influence one another. It is interesting, considering so many folks with, for example, atrial fibrillation experience these episodes in conjunction with food and other ingested substances.
   A. Almost all organs are somewhat influenced by each other, for instance the lungs influence the heart, the liver influences the heart, the kidneys influence the heart, etc.

Would you comment please on the efficacy of Gold Coin Grass as regards liver and gallbladder health and particularly on its ability to eliminate gallstones? One website article says, "This tincture is traditionally used for softening and crushing gallstones. It is often used to prepare for a liver/gallbladder flush, to alleviate gallstone-related pain, and to make the gallstones easier to pass by reducing and lubricating them."
    I am not familiar with Gold Coin Grass and a quick look on Medline in March 2010 did not reveal human research regarding the benefits or safety of this herb.

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