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Angelica gigas Review

Angelica gigas Review Angelica gigas are large biennials or herbaceous perrenials that are short-lived. They are the major memedicinal herbs used in Asian countries, especially in Korea, Japan and China. The roots of which are used in the traditional Chinese medicine and Korean medicine to treat anemia, pain, infection and articular rheumatism. The Angelica gigas is a robust, stout plant that is 1-2 meters high with deep thick roots and pruplish ribbed stem and its blades have a triangular-ovate outline. One of the major chemical components of the Angelica gigas roots is decursin, a coumarin derivative that may have anti-androgenic properties. Animal studies have shown that the anti-tumor activiities of decursin may be a powerful treatment and prevention against prostate cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, myeloma, leukemia and many other types of cancer. Moreover, other components of Angelica gias are polysaccharides and polyacetylenes which possess to have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory activiities. It is also known as Dang Gui, Korean Dang Gui, Cham-Dang-Gui.
Angelica gigas
Also Known Dang Gui, Korean Dang Gui, Cham-Dang-Gui
Description Angelica gigas are large biennials or herbaceous perrenials that are short-lived. They are the major memedicinal herbs used in Asian countries, especially in Korea, Japan and China. The roots of which are used in the traditional Chinese medicine and Korean medicine to treat anemia, pain, infection and articular rheumatism. The Angelica gigas is a robust, stout plant that is 1-2 meters high with deep thick roots and pruplish ribbed stem and its blades have a triangular-ovate outline. One of the major chemical components of the Angelica gigas roots is decursin, a coumarin derivative that may have anti-androgenic properties. Animal studies have shown that the anti-tumor activiities of decursin may be a powerful treatment and prevention against prostate cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, myeloma, leukemia and many other types of cancer. Moreover, other components of Angelica gias are polysaccharides and polyacetylenes which possess to have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory activiities.
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Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-15

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