Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

The Tibetan Uterotonic Zhi Byed 11: Mechanisms of Action, Efficacy, and Historical Use for Postpartum Hemorrhage

Table 1

Zhi Byed 11 Tibetan, Latin, and common names, chemical components.

Tibetan nameLatin nameCommon nameChemical component [25, 26]

a ruTerminalia chehula retzChebulic myrobalanEllagic acid, gallic acid, lufeoic acid, and chebulinic acid

bul togTronasodium, bicarbonateNaHCO3

cong zhiCalcitumcalciumCalcium

lcum rtsaRheum Palmatum LChinese, Turkish, or East Indian rhubarbAnthraquinones: rhein, chrysophanol, aloe emodintannins gallo, galloy-1glucose stilbene, phenolic, and polyketide synthase sennosides

ma nu Inula Racemosa Hood, Inula HeleniumelecampaneVolatile oil: alantolactone lactone: Alantol polysaccharides: lnulin

ol mo’seSinopodophyllum hexandrum (Royle)Himalayan or Chinese mayapple Podophyllotoxin Picropodophyllin: Apha and beta phyllin

rgya tshaSal ammoniacumsalt of sulphur/tarNa2S

sbrul shaZaocys dhumnades Cantorblack snake meatNot found

sdig srinPotamon ynnanense kempfreshwater crab shellNot found

sga skyaZingiber offficinale Rose, Hedychium Spicatum Hamginger, ginger Lily Pungent gingerol, zingerone, Shogaol volatile oil, bisabolene, zingiberene, zingiberol, and Sesquiterpene

star bu Hippophae rhamnoides Lsea buckhornAnthranoid, emodin, anthraquinone glycosides, frangulin A, B, glucofrangulin A, B

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