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JOURNAL OF BEIJIGN UNIVERSITY OF TRADITIONAL CHINE ›› 2016, Vol. 39 ›› Issue (9): 769-773.doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1006-2157.2016.09.014

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Comparison of application rules of Chinese herbal medicines on wasting-thirst disease in ancient and present China*

ZHAO Lei1, MU Yangna1, LIANG Maoxin2#(1 The Second Hospital Affiliated to Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Liaoning 110034; 2 Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)   Abstract: Objective To explore Chinese herbal medicines   

  1. 1 The Second Hospital Affiliated to Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Liaoning 110034;
    2 Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Received:2016-03-16 Online:2016-09-30 Published:2016-09-30

Abstract: Objective To explore Chinese herbal medicines (hereinafter: drugs) of first choice and common drugs, drug pairs of first choice and common drug pairs on treating wasting-thirst (diabetes mellitus), so as to provide information for clinical practice and new drug research and development. Methods The ancient and present drugs were obtained after searching the website http://www.99zyzx.com/. Then the data were analyzed via logical and statistical analysis to find out drugs and drug pairs of first choice and common used. Results Drugs of first choice in modern treatment were astragali radix (Huangqi), schisandra chinensis (Wuweizi), root of Chinese trichosanthes (Tianhuafen), rehmannia (Dihuang), radix ophiopogonis (Maidong) and radix puerariae (Gegen); common used drugs were ginseng, Chinese yam (Shanyao), rhizome anemarrhenae (Zhimu), the fruit of Chinese wolfberry (Gouqizi), poria cocos (Fuling), coptis chinensis (Huanglian); drug pairs of first choice were astragali radix+ schisandra chinensis, astragali radix+ rehmannia; first choice drugs of ancient treatment were root of Chinese trichosanthes, radix ophiopogonis; first choice medicine pairs were root of Chinese trichosanthes+radix ophiopogonis, root of Chinese trichosanthes+ coptis chinensis. Conclusion By the way of comparison of drugs and drug pairs in ancient and present treatment on wasting-thirst disease, we can found the optimum drugs and drug pairs, from which the potential effective drugs could be found out in order to provide important reference for clinical practice and new drugs research and development.

Key words: wasting-thirst disease, diabetes mellitus, application rules of Chinese herbal medicines, statistical analysis

CLC Number: 

  • R225.4