A novel approach using metabolomics coupled with hematological and biochemical parameters to explain the enriching-blood effect and mechanism of unprocessed Angelica sinensis and its 4 kinds of processed products.

@article{Ji2018ANA,
  title={A novel approach using metabolomics coupled with hematological and biochemical parameters to explain the enriching-blood effect and mechanism of unprocessed Angelica sinensis and its 4 kinds of processed products.},
  author={Peng Ji and Yanming Wei and Yongli Hua and Xiaosong Zhang and Wanling Yao and Qi Ma and Ziwen Yuan and Yanqiao Wen and Chaoxue Yang},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2018},
  volume={211},
  pages={
          101-116
        }
}
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Angelica sinensis (AS), root of Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) Diels, an important kind of Chinese traditional herbal medicine, has been used for women to enrich the blood for thousands of years. It is mainly distributed in Gansu province of China. According to Traditional Chinese medicine usage, unprocessed AS (UAS) and its 4 kinds of processed products (ASs) are all used to treat different diseases or syndromes. The difference among the enriching-blood effects of ASs… CONTINUE READING