From our list of ailments, see what Jiaogulan can be used for:
- Nervous Conditions
Natural Remedies using Jiaogulan
Activities (Jiaogulan) Adaptogen (1; X2364471); Antiaggregant (1; ABS); Antiatherosclerotic (1; X7804367); Anticancer (1; X11155680); Antiedemic (1; X8328423); Antifibrotic (1; X10999436); Antiinflammatory (1; ABS; AJC28:87); Antiischemic (1; ABS); Antioxidant (1; ABS; AJC28:87); Antiradicular (1; ABS); Antisenility (1; ABS); Antistroke (1; ABS); Antithrombic (1; ABS; X8219678); Apoptotic (1; X10643643); Cardioprotective (1; ABS); Cardiotonic (1; ABS); Chemopreventive (1; ABS); Hematopoetic (1; ABS); Hepatoprotective (1; ABS; AJC28:87); Hypertensive (1; ABS); Hypocholesterolemic (1; ABS); Hypolipidemic (1; ABS); Hypotensive (1; ABS); Immunomodulator (1; X2364471); Immunostimulant (1; ABS); Leukocytogenic (1; ABS); NOgenic (1; X10534439); Radioprotective (1; X8739185); SOD-genic (1; ABS).
Dosages (Jiaogulan) In an interesting departure, Blumert and Liu give dosage recommendations, indication by indication, based on StX 20 mg tablets (85% gypenosides); in general, the preventive dose is 20 mg 23 ×/day, while the therapeutic dose is 60 mg 23 ×/day; other experimental data reported 510 mg/kg ivn dog (ABS); 20 mg gypenosides orl man 3 ×/day/1
Anxiety, Nervous Conditions, Restlessness, Tension
The Benefit of using Jiaogulan as a natural cure
Blumert, M. and Liu, J., Jiaogulan Chinas ‘Immortality Herb, Torchlight Publishing, Inc., Badger, CA, 1999.
Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Jiaogulan) I dont find this in any of my books. Hence I have no negative information. Gypenosides LD50 = >100 × therapeutic dose.