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  • Journal title : The Korea Journal of Herbology
  • Volume 30, Issue 5,  2015, pp.29-43
  • Publisher : The Korea Association of Herbology
  • DOI : 10.6116/kjh.2015.30.5.29.
 Title & Authors
The Literature Study of Research Trend of Menthae Herba and Relationship Between the Herbology and KCD-code
Kim, Hyun-Seok; Jeong, Jong-Kil; Lee, Soong-In;
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 Abstract
Objectives : This study was aimed to analyze the correlation between the Herbology and contemporary research results, KCD-codes.Methods : Papers were searched in OASIS and PubMed, then they were categorized. Medicine or pharmacy articles about Menthae Herba were matched with the Herbology treatment and KCD-codes. Other articles were analyzed by abstract of the papers. KCD-codes and terms were arranged by the Herbology treatment. The Degree of Herbology research (HDR) was calculated by numbers of papers, study method, citation rates.Results : There were 97 articles about Menthae Herba. Among these there were 47 medicine and pharmacy articles about Menthae Herba, and 15 articles were matched to the Herbology treatment. Studies about Headache and Wind-warmth was more active than others. Analysis of other articles showed that studies about contraceptive and anti-oxidative effect, plant growth, protective effect from insect, component extraction technics were active, too. In HDR, headache was scored by 136, Wind-warmth by 104, Eye hemorrhage by 51, Discomport in the throat by 50, Distention and fullness in the chest and hypochondrium by 15, Rubella and Measles by 0.Conclusions : 97 articles about Menthae Herba were analyzed and 15 articles were matched to the Herbology treatment. Studies about headache, wind-warmth, eye-hemorrhage were more active than others of the Herbology treatment. And studies about contraceptive and anti-oxidative effect, plant growth, protective effect from insect, component extraction technics could be a new subject of the Herbology.
 Keywords
Menthae Herba;Herbal Medicine;Headache;Contraceptive Agents;Review Literature as Topic;Education;Medical;
 Language
Korean
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