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COMPARISON OF VOLATILE FLAVOR COMPOUNDS FROM DIFFERENT SOURCE OF KWAKHYANG
Sin, Min-Gyo ; Gang, Hui-Sang ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 1~1
KWAKHYANG(藿香) is one of the oriental medicine that has been habitually used for the treatment of such vomiting, diarrhea, an intestinal convulsion, dyspepsia and a cold.The origin of KWAKHYANG(藿香) is HERBA AGASTACHIS(藿香, 排香草), and substitute HERBA POGOSTEMONIS(廣藿香), but the origin and the chemical constuents of the volatile oils of the two are greatly different.Current imported Kwakhyang are discriminated because of its flavor.Hence, an author analyze individual ingredients of volatile oils about kwakhyang grown in korea and impoted kwakhyang from china and from IndonesiaThis paper was supported by Won Kwang University in 1996.The results are as follow;1. The chemical constituents of the volatile oil from the kwakhyang grown in korea have been studied by GC-MS.Main constituents are estragole(23.45%), pulegone(20.41%), limonene(dl,9.74%), menthone (trans,9.20%), menthone(cis,3.19%) caryophyl-lene (2.07) and 1-octen-3-ol(1.31%), and some minor constituents are 3-octanone, myrcene (bata), p-mentha-6, 8-dien-2-ol, acetate, linalool, terpinolene(alpha), linalool, piperitone, piperite- none, cadinene(delta), spathulenol(HERBA POGOSTEMONIS) and patchouli alcohol.2. Main constuents of the china sample(HERBA POGOSTEMONIS) contain patchouli alcohol(41.66%), guaiene(delta, 5.52%), seychellene(5.41%), patchoulene(bata,3.47%), patchoulene(alpha,2.65%), guaiene(bata, 1.50%) and caryophyllene(trans, 1.10%), and some minor constituents are pinene(alpha), pinene(2-bata), limonene and selinene(delta).3. Main constituents of the indonesia sample(HERBA POGOSTEMONIS) contain patchouli alcohol(40.65%), seychellene(6.21%), guaiene(delta,4.81%), patchoulene(alpha,4.12%), guaiene(alpha,3.55%), patchoulene(alpha,3.13%), aciphyllene(1.64%) caryophyllene(trans,1.17%), and some minor constituents are benzene, 1,2-dimethyl-, 3-carene(delta) and selinene(bata).
A Bibiographic Study on the Medicinal Plants of Celastraceae in Korea
Song, Ho-Jun ; Kim, Yu-Jin ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 13~13
This study aims to survey through literature the origin of Celastraceae (belonging to the class of wild spimach) which grow in nature or are cultivated in Korea. The results of survey can be summarized as follows;1. The total 40species of wild spinach surveyed consisted of 7 Celastrus, 32 Euonymus, 1 Tripterygium; Euonymus occupies 80% of these species.2. The wild spinaches of the Korean origin were found to be 3genuses, 40species, among which the herb species occupied about 56%3. The herb species out of the wild spinaches were 7 ones according to the nomenclature of Korean oriental medicine. They were 24 root species, 20 leaf species. 3 seed species, 20 cortex species, 9 fruit species, 6 exocarpium species, I flora species.Thus it was noticed that radix was the main kind.4. In view of their traits, they were 10 antife brile species, 5 neutral in nature species and 12 hot-natured species.5. In view of their dfficacy and following for duplicate nomenclature, they can be classified into 6 heat-clearing and detoxifying herbs, 6 insecticides, 16 expel wind alleviate itching herbs, 8 promote blood circulation hemostatic herbs, I gastrotomic herbs 9 promote diuresis to reduce edema herbs and 1 invigratic herbs.6. The toxic herbs were lekondung, kijunyu, etc. However, expect lekondung, their toxity was weak and they accounted of 48% of the total herb plants. As discussed above the herb plants account for 56% of the total wild sponaches. Among them the root species are ranked atop. It is conceived that these herb plants should be surveyed more for their clinical efficacy.
A Herbalogical Study On the Plants of Epilobiaceae in Korea
Jeong, Jong-Gil ; Kim, Tae-Hyeon ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 43~43
For the purpose of developing Korean Herbalogy with the plants of Epilpbiaceae which grow wild and is planted in Korea,the these and writings on herbalogy,from literature of successive generations, have been thoroughly investigated and the results obtained were as follow:1. There were totaled 29 species in Korea and among them medicinal plants are 12 species may be added because of the similiar plants.2. According to the oriental names which can be used for medical purpose, the medicinal plants belonging to the Epilobiaceae family were classified as Herba 10, Radix 3, Semen 1. Thus it was noticed that the Herba were main kind.3. According to sum of 29 species in Epilobiaceae family, they were classified into Epilobium genera 16, Circaea genera 6, Oneothera genera 3, Fuchisia genera 2, Ludwigia genera 2. Thus it was noticed that Epilobium genera was the main kind, same 55% in total.4. According to nature and flavour of medicinal plants, they were classified into warmth and heat:3, cold and cool:11, balance 7. Thus it was noticed that cool and cold is the main in nature and flavour medicinal plants.5. Comparing to whole medicinal plants 12 kinds, toxic drugs include minor toxin were 2 kinds. 7% of the whole.From this result,It was revealed that the plants for medical purpose in Epilobiaceae was 41% kinds of whole, herba and radix were abundunt, toxic plants were so rare that it will be used for clinical treatments more easily.It is considered that clinical experiments and approaches should be continued to use Epilobiaceae plants widely.
Effect of Keumaektan on the Central Nervous System of Mice
Kim, Seong-Yong ; Im, Gang-Hyeon ; Kim, Ho-Cheol ; An, Deok-Gyun ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 65~65
Experimental studies were observed to evaluate clinical effectives and validate keumaektan which has been used for treating of headache, insomnia and convulsive diseases of infants.In this experiment, there were analgesic, sedative, hypnotic and anticonvulsive effects in keumaektan. These facts represent that keumaektan has CNS-suppressing effect. According to this result, keumaektan can be used for treating of headache, insomnia and convulsive diseases.
Effects of Mixture with Various Kinds of Herbs on the Extraction Amount of Sennoside b in Rhei Radix
Kim, Ho-Cheol ; An, Deok-Gyun ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 75~75
The prescriptions of traditional Korean medicine is on the basis of the differentiation of syndromes and the establishment of therapeeutic methods, to pick out proper drugs and organically constitute them in the light of the principles of formain a prescription.In this paper, we chose Rhei Radix which has purgative, heat-firing and blood circulating effects. And we obserbed the effects of mixture with rhei radix in various kinds of herbs on the extraction amount of sennoside b, one of the purgative compounds in Rhei Radix.In the mixture of Paeoniae Radix, Perciae Semen, Carthami Flos, Scutellariae Radix, the extracting amount of sennoside b is more than that of Rhei Radix itself orderly. On the other hand, in the mixture of Cinnamnomi Ramulus, Angelica Gigantis Radix, Aurantii Fructus, Natri sulfus, the amount is less than that of Rhei Rhizoma itself orderly
The effect of Persicae Semen on the Artherosclerosis in Rabbit
Yun, In-Han ; Seo, Bu-Il ; Kim, Seon-Hui ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 79~79
In order to study the effect on the artherosclerosis in rabbits, we made use of Persicae Semen with activating blood flow and removing blood stasis.The results were as follows:1. In Persicae Semen group, the contents of HDL cholesterol showed increase of 17.2 percent in comparison with control group, but theses results were not significant.2. In Persicae Semen group, the contents of LDL cholesterol showed significant decrease of 31.1 percent in comparison with control group.3. In area of the interior orifice in aorta, Persicae Semen group had a increase effect of 14.0 percent in comparison with control group.4. In Persicae Semen group, atheroma formation in tunica intima vasorum of aorta showed decrease effect in comparison with control group.5. Persicae Semen group had a decrease effect of mucoproteins formation in elastic fibers of aortic wall in comparison with control group.6. Persicae Semen group had a decrease effect of elastic fiber lession in tunica media of aortic wall in comparison with control group.7. Persicae Semen group and control group had not a remarkable effect of collagen fiber lession in tunica media of aortic wall.8. Persicae Semen group had not a remarkable decrease effect of fat accumulation in liver.According to the above experimental results, it could be concluded that Persicae Semen had a good effect on the artherosclerosis induced by intake of excessive fat. And we can judge that Persicae Semen will be widely used in case that morphological changes in the main artery are occurred.
Study on the Antiinflammatory Effect of Gleditschiae Spina (2) In vivo 에서 조각자 加減方의 效能比較 Comparison of the Antiinflammatory effect in the altered prescriptions of the Gleditschiae Spina in vivo
Park, Yong-Gi ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 99~99
The inhibitory effects of Gleditschiae Spina, Gleditschia saponin, two complex prescriptions such as Takrisodokum and Kwaluubangtang, which contain Gleditschiae Spina, and their altered prescriptions on acute inflammatory responses induced by carrageenan in rats were investigated.The antiinflammatory effect of Takrisodokum was much stronger than that of Kwaluubangtang in vivo. However, the prescription with the substraction of Gleditschiae Spina showed less antiinflammatory effect than that of Takrisodokum. Contrary to this, in case of Kwaluubangtang the substraction of Gleditschiae Spina led to the increase of the antiinflammatory effect.Above results may indicate that Takrisodokum showes significant antiinflammatory effect in vivo assay, and the Gleditschiae Spina plays an important role for this effect
An Experimental Study on the Effect of Radix Morindae
Choi, Jeong-Hwa ; Hong, Seok ; Jeong, Hyeon-U ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 117~117
These studies were carried out to investigate the effect of Radix Morindae water extract on the inhibitory contractile action of histamine in guinea pig.The results of these studies were as follows;1. Contractile force of histamine from trachea smooth muscle in guinea pig was inhibited by Radix Morindae.2. Radix Morindae did not changed the contractile force of histamine pretreated propranolol, indomethacin, and methylene blue.3. Contractile force of uterus in rat was inhibited by Radix Morindae.4. Contractile frequence of uterus in rat was inhibited by Radix Morindae.
Study on the essential oil of platycodon grandiflorum
Kim, Seong-Bae ; Gang, Byeong-Su ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 127~127
This study was carried out to investicatied the content, kind numbers, components of total essential oil of platycodon grandiflorum according to each years radix.The abtained result were summarized as follow :1. The content of total essential oil increased more in five years radix(258%), in seven years radix(266%), in eight years radix(308%), than in two years radix(100%).2. The Kind numbers of essential oil component increased more in seven years radix(132%), in eight years radix(153%) than in two years radix(100%)3. The essential oil component content that outflowed according to each years radix by GC analysis show respectively maximum at 24.939minute(35%) in two years radix, at 24.950minute(46.37%) in five years radix, at 24.974minute(36.18%) in seven years radix, at 24.975 minute(31.60%) in eight years radix.4. Essenyial oil components of platycodon grandiflorum by GC-MS analysis werw main Aldehyde, Aliphatic hydrocarbon, Alcohol, Ketone.
麥門冬의 基源에 關한 形態學的 考察
Kim, Jae-Hwan ; Ju, Yeong-Seung ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 141~141
Maekmundong is a perennial herb which belongs to Liliaceae.The root of Maekmundong, which is autogenous in dark place of mountain or cultivated in a farm, is dried for medicine.The native Korean name of the Maekmundong which grown in Korea is Maekmundong(Liriope platyphylla WANG et TANG).Grown in China are used as Soyeup Maekmundong (Ophiopogon japonicus KERGAWL.) for medicine, which are named of Yungyecho.Grown in Japan are used as Soyeup Maekmundong (Ophiopogon japonicus KERGAWL.)for medicine. But sometimes, it is used instead of Gae Maekmundong(Liriope spicata LOUR.).About the internal morphology of Maekmundongryu, the endodermis of Maekmundong(Liriope platyphylla WANG et TANG.) is turned into lignification, compared with Soyeup Maekmundong (Ophiopogon japonicus KER-GAWL.)Its vessels are especially developed, and it correlatively has a large number of phloem.
A Study on the preparation of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE
Gong, Bok-Cheol ; Go, Un-Chae ;
The Korea Journal of Herbology, volume 11, issue 1, 1996, Pages 157~157
The results of the study on the preparation of PHIZOMA PINELLIAE were as follows:1. Preparations used in past were effective for reducing side effects of PHIZOMA PINELLIAE, and were safe in clinical application.2. The aims of preparations of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE were safer application by reducing poisonous character of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE, and increase the range of clinical application by using kinds of herbs in procedure of preparation.3. Modern researches say, raw RHIZOMA PINELLIAE has irritation and toxicity, but the toxicity can be reduced by roasting and broiling, and the irritation can be removed by boiling, so raw RHIZOMA PINELLIAE can be used in decocted medicinal herbs.4. ALUMEN(白礬) has the best effect of reducing toxicity of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE, and has the strongest reducing level of irritation and toxicity of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE, boiling and using RHIZOMA ZINGIBERIS(生薑) comes the next.5. Using Heat and pressure and many other modern preparations can reduce the toxicity, the loss of availability and the time for preparation of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE.According to above results, combining methods of modern and the past used in preparation of RHIZOMA PINELLIAE can be more effective in clinical application and can prevent poisoning.