The genus Codonopsis (Campanulaceae): a review of phytochemistry, bioactivity and quality control

@inproceedings{He2014TheGC,
  title={The genus Codonopsis (Campanulaceae): a review of phytochemistry, bioactivity and quality control},
  author={Jingyu He and Na Na Ma and Shu Juan Zhu and Katsuko Komatsu and Zhi-yuan Li and W. M. Fu},
  booktitle={Journal of Natural Medicines},
  year={2014}
}
Codonopsis, in the family Campanulaceae, is a genus containing 42 species of dicotyledonous herbaceous perennial plants, predominantly found in Central, East and South Asia. Several Codonopsis species are widely used in traditional medicine and are considered to have multiple medicinal properties. Among the Codonopsis species, Codonopsis pilosula (Franch.) Nannf. and C. lanceolata (Sieb. et Zucc.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Trautv. are more popular than others according to the findings, especially… CONTINUE READING

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