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Elucidation of the Effects of Si-Wu Tang on Menstrual Disorder Patterns through Activation of Aromatase and Antioxidation

Table 3

Phytochemical compositions of the Si-Wu Tang (SWT) and its component extracts.

ItemTotal polyphenolsTotal polysaccharidesFerulic acidGallic acid

Concentration range (g/mL)3.9~500.00.0~500.06.3~500.015.6~500.0

Linear equationy=0.0041x+0.0006y=0.7167x+0.076y=130664x+1006583y=61965x+415142

r20.99700.99970.99900.9990

Content (mg/g)

19.9 ± 0.2384.0 ± 8.40.5 ± 0.00.7 ± 0.0

211.2 ± 0.4474.2 ± 7.30.4 ± 0.01.0 ± 0.0

39.3 ± 0.1491.3 ± 10.90.5 ± 0.0N.D.

49.7 ± 0.2397.3 ± 5.40.2 ± 0.00.8 ± 0.0

510.5 ± 0.2375.5 ± 11.00.7 ± 0.01.1 ± 0.0

ND, not detected; the amount of total phenols is expressed as gallic acid equivalents; the amount of total polysaccharide is expressed as glucose equivalents. 1, SWT; 2, SWT without Dang Gui; 3, SWT without Shao Yao; 4, SWT without Chuan Xiong; 5, SWT without Shu Di Huang.

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