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Phellinus linteum – activates blood circulation, strengthens the uterus, resists aging, and improves body function

Phellinus linteus has been used in Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years and is known as the “forest gold”.

According to ancient books and modern pharmacological research, Phellinus linteus has a good effect in treating gynecological diseases, debilitating diseases, hemorrhage and tumor diseases.

Phellinus linteus is the general name for a class of medicinal polypores with a variety of biologically active ingredients. It has a medicinal history of more than 2,000 years in the field of Chinese medicine. China’s first pharmacological monograph was written in the “Shen Nong’s Materia Medica” during the Eastern Han Dynasty. There are records of Phellinus mulberry in the book (called “Sang’er” in the book).​

The name “Sanghuang” comes from “Treatise on Medical Properties” written by Zhen Quan in the early Tang Dynasty. There are clear records of Phellinus linteus and its medicinal effects in ancient herbal books. With the development of modern biotechnology, its biological activity and pharmacological effects are constantly being discovered. Phellinus linteus is also a large medicinal plant recognized to have high anti-cancer effect. Fungi[1]. Many countries and regions have widely used Phellinus linteus in the fields of medicine, food, biology and medicine. Among them, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan Province of China have classified Phellinus linteus as a health food, and it is even used to treat various stages of cancer and prevent metastasis after surgery. and drugs for recurrence [2].

Phellinus linteus is known as the “gold of the forest” [3]. Since wild Phellinus linteus resources are very limited, and over-harvesting has caused the scarcity of wild Phellinus linteus resources to a certain extent, it has restricted the large-scale expansion of this medicinal resource for a long time. promotion and application. In recent years, the cultivation scale of Phellinus linata has been continuously expanded, and the yield has gradually increased. Its production areas cover all provinces in northern and southern China [4].

It can be seen from the records in ancient herbal books that Phellinus linteus has many synonyms. Comprehensive research on ancient books shows that there are about 12 different names for “Phellinus linteus” in the Materia Medica books of the past dynasties, namely Mulberry ear, Phellinus linteus, Phellinus linteus, Mulberry, Mulberry, Mulberry, Mulberry parasitic, Mulberry, Sang’e, Mumai, Muyu, Husunyan. Among them, the name “Sang’er” has been widely used in medical books of all dynasties.

In terms of research morphology, according to records in ancient books and research by botanical experts, we know that “Phellinus mulberry” is a perennial fungus, which is yellow-brown when young and turns black when old. There are white hyphae near the base, and white in the old tubes. Mycelial bundles are filled, sometimes with a thin black ring, usually with white mycelial bundles. When mature, the cap is covered with a thin black crust.

Since the Eastern Han Dynasty, the functions of Phellinus linteus have been recorded in major materia medica, and the medicinal functions of Phellinus linteus have also been widely recorded in prescription books of the past dynasties. Based on the discussion of the efficacy of Phellinus linteus in ancient books, it mainly focuses on three major aspects:

1) Treat gynecological diseases, women’s metrorrhagia, vaginal discharge, vaginal pain, childlessness, menstrual blood coagulation, postpartum blood coagulation, etc. (summarized as common women’s diseases);

2) Treat debilitating diseases and hemorrhage, including intestinal wind and diarrhea, epistaxis, blood from the five hemorrhoids, blood paralysis and fatigue, etc. “It disperses blood like a god and stops bleeding very quickly” “It is suitable for all blood syndromes”, It can stop diarrhea and replenish yang (generally speaking, diseases with bleeding as the main symptom);

3) Treat mass accumulation diseases (generally referred to as tumors).

In the treatment of gynecological diseases, Phellinus linteus has good curative effect on gynecological diseases such as bloody stranguria, metrorrhagia, amenorrhea, vaginal discharge, prolapse, diarrhea, abdominal pain and other gynecological diseases. The diseases recorded in these herbal medicines are equivalent to many modern diseases, such as low immune function, internal tumors or malignant pleural and abdominal effusions. Studies have shown that Phellinus linteus polysaccharide acts as a biological response regulator or immune stimulant by activating immune cells in the body. Such as T cells, B cells, dendritic cells, macrophages and natural killer cells, etc., play a comprehensive role in promoting the immune system at multiple levels, thus enhancing the host’s immune regulatory function to achieve anti-tumor activity, and have almost no effect on normal cells. No toxicity[6]. The “Illustrated Book of Japanese Fungi” records that Phellinus linteus can treat stroke, abdominal pain, gonorrhea, etc. As a result, Korean and Japanese scholars have developed a series of products represented by the dried crude extract of Phellinus linteus fungi [7].

Phellinus linteus can treat various blood diseases and debilitating diseases. Phellinus linteus and its active ingredients have good anti-inflammatory effects. Phellinus linteus polysaccharide maintains intestinal barrier function by regulating intestinal bacteria and reduces lipopolysaccharide content in the blood. , thereby helping to reduce systemic inflammation and reverse insulin resistance.

Phellinus linteus has good antioxidant effect, and Phellinus linteus extract showed strong oxygen free radical scavenging activity in the in vitro total antioxidant capacity testing experiment [8].

In addition to promoting blood circulation, Phellinus linteus can also stop bleeding and prevent excessive blood circulation. Moreover, Phellinus linteus can improve the human body’s immunity. Combining ancient texts and modern pharmacological research, Phellinus linteus has a good effect in treating gynecological diseases, debilitating diseases and bloodemia, as well as treating mass accumulation diseases such as modern tumor diseases.

Phellinus linteus is widely used in the treatment of gynecological diseases. Phellinus linteus has the effect of promoting blood circulation and stopping bleeding, and plays a two-way regulatory role. It can treat cold and heat accumulation, vaginal discharge, menstrual diseases, and is also suitable for the treatment of women’s debilitating diseases. . It is widely used in gynecology, and Phellinus linteus alone can also be used as a prescription. In the process of research on ancient books, the largest number of prescriptions using Phellinus linteus are suitable for gynecological treatment. This is consistent with the records in herbal books that Phellinus linteus is good at treating gynecological diseases, and is worthy of in-depth study. In addition to being used to treat gynecological diseases such as irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, metrorrhagia, and ejaculation, Phellinus linteum is also used to treat hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids, and pain.

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