Factory Supply Sanchi Extract Notoginseng Taproot Affinal Drug and Diet
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- Model NO.: MH-382
- Medicine Property: Promoting Blood Circulation
- Part: Root
- Active Ingredient: Radix Notoginseng P.E
- Specification: Notoginsenosides ≥10%, SGS, GMP, ISO9001
- Usage: Anti-Cancer Element Selenium
- Origin: Yunnan Wenshan of China
- Type: Herbal Extract
- Form: Original Medicinal Materials
- Product Name: Radix Notoginseng
- Biogenic Origin: Wild in Yuan Wenshan of Southern China
- Characters: Slight Yellow Fine Powder
- Guard Against: High Blood Pressure Coronary Heart Disease (Chd)
Sanqi, also called Tianqi or Tien-chi, is the dried tuber of Panax notoginseng (family: Araliaceae). It is classified as warm in nature, sweet and slightly bitter in taste, and nontoxic. The dose in decoction for clinical use is 5-10 g. It can be ground to powder for swallowing directly or taking mixed with water: The dose in that case is usually is 1-3 grams, each time (a common preparation is tablets, 500 mg sanqi powder per tablet). In the Bencao Gangmu (Compendium of Materia Medica, 1596 A. D. ) it is stated: "On account of the fact that sanqi is an herb belonging to the xue (blood) phase of the yangming and jueyin meridians, it can treat all diseases of the blood. " Sanqi is an herb that has been used in China quite extensively since the end of the 19th century. It has acquired a very favorable reputation for treatment of blood disorders, including blood stasis, bleeding, and blood deficiency.
With its high level of use have come a few reports of apparent adverse effects, none of them related to toxicity of its herbal constituents. An article appeared recently in the journal Chinese Herbal Drugs (2003; Volume 25, number 3, pages 216-218: A Review of the Adverse Effects of Panax notoginseng by Yang Xingang, Lu Benqiang, and Guo Yaping). The following are the reports of the events described in the article (plus two additional cases retrieved elsewhere). There are two basic types of adverse responses reported. One is an esophagitis that appears to occur as a result of consuming tablets of sanqi without drinking much water. The tablet may directly contact the tissues and cause some irritation or might lead to some acid reflux; There were two such cases reported. The other, more frequent, problem is with allergic reactions. These include dermatitis (allergic exanthema), shock, purpura, blisters, or other reactions of idiosyncratic nature; There were 19 such cases reported. After relaying these reports in detail here, the basic information for the allergic reactions is summarized in a table on page 4. The manufacturer of the sanqi products consumed was not known, nor was the botanical identity of the raw materials confirmed for these reaction reports.
Chen Zhengyan (1) reported on a male patient, age 75, who, owing to a sprain of his waist experienced one month previously, had lain in bed and taken sanqi tablets, 3 tablets each time, three times per day, swallowed with only a little water. He stopped taking the tablets due to an occurrence of dysphagia, but his symptoms didn't vanish: He was only able to take liquid foods. Another male patient, age 69, had lain in bed to rest because of a sprain involving his right knee. During that time he took sanqi tablets, 3 grams each time, three times a day; Sometimes he took them with only a little water, sometimes he took them without water. Two days later, he felt an obstruction behind his sternum that gradually developed into dysphagia and a pain at the rear of the sternum, as well as a feeling of heartburn. Five days later, he stopped taking the tablets, but his dysphagia remained.