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Angelica alias: Angelica powder, Gangui, Mawei Angelica, Qinna, Maweigui, Yungui, Xianggui, Minanggui.
According to the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, Angelica sinensis is sweet, pungent and warm in nature. Return meridian belongs to liver, heart and spleen meridians. The function mainly cures blood circulation, regulates menstruation and relieves pain, moisturizes the intestines and relaxes bowels. It is used for blood deficiency and chlorosis, dizziness, palpitations, irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, deficiency and cold abdominal pain, dry intestinal constipation, rheumatic arthralgia, fall flutter injury, carbuncle sore. Liquor Angelica Huoxue Tongjing. It is used for amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, rheumatic arthralgia, and fall and flutter injury. Usage and dosage: 6-12g.
In November 2019, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued an announcement (No. 8 of 2019), approving the addition of 6 new substances, including Angelica sinensis, that are traditionally food and Chinese medicinal materials. The raw materials of medicine and food not only contain the basic nutrients needed by the human body, such as protein, fat, sugar, vitamins and minerals, but also contain compound compounds for the treatment and prevention of chronic diseases, which have multi-angle and multi-channel repair and conditioning effects. Because it is both food and medicine, it is deeply loved by food development companies.
In the currently approved list of 93 medicines and foods, there are about 20 kinds of raw materials that have the effects of spices and seasonings, and are often used in ordinary food and daily cooking.
According to the national standard "GB29938-2013 National Food Safety Standard General Principles of Food Flavors", natural flavor preparations for food are defined as preparations of flavor substances obtained from materials of animal and plant origin through physical methods or enzymatic or microbial methods. These animal and plant-derived materials can be unprocessed or processed through traditional food preparation techniques. Including essential oils, fruit juice essential oils, extracts, protein hydrolysates, distillates or products that have been baked, heated or enzymatically hydrolyzed.
Angelica sinensis is used as a spice and seasoning. It can be dried, sliced, powdered, and can also be in the form of water extract, alcohol extract, or other solvent extracts permitted by regulations.
Angelica application-medicated diet
Medicine and food homology are both food and medicine, as the name implies, medicines that can be applied to ordinary food. Like other Chinese herbal medicines, Angelica sinensis is the most commonly used spice, not only because it has a unique medicinal fragrance, but also because it has a certain health effect of Chinese medicine. Therefore, if you want to use good medicine and food homologous condiments, you must understand not only its taste characteristics, but also some of its medicinal effects.
Medicinal food is simply a delicacy made by matching medicinal and food ingredients. Medicinal diet originated from my country's traditional diet and TCM diet culture. It is an important part of TCM and the crystallization of wisdom combining traditional Chinese medical knowledge and cooking experience. Medicinal diet is the most common application method of the same medicine and food. Some catering companies that attach importance to the development of health products will develop many health soups and exquisite foods with the same ingredients of medicine and food. Angelica is the most frequently used ingredient in all medicated diets.
Angelica application-functional food
The combination of astragalus and angelica has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 3,000 years. Danggui Buxue Decoction is composed of astragalus and angelica in a ratio of 5:1. It has the effect of replenishing qi and promoting blood. It is mostly used to treat fatigue, internal injury, and blood deficiency. , The deficiency-heat syndrome of Yang Floating Outside is widely used.
According to traditional Chinese medicine theory, Astragalus can increase a person's "qi" (life energy), and Angelica can nourish a person's "blood" (body circulation). Angelica: It has a strong medicinal scent, it tastes sweet first, and then it is hemp, which can be used as pepper. As a spice, it is often used in medicinal brine. Astragalus: spontaneous perspiration of superficial deficiency, night sweats of yin deficiency, acute nephritis, edema, weakness of Qi, sweet taste, and deodorizing effect! Angelica, Astragalus and Codonopsis 15 grams each. Water decoction can be used to treat deficiency of qi and blood, dizziness and fatigue, and pale complexion caused by anemia. Angelica and Astragalus are usually used in Chinese cuisine or as functional food ingredients.
A new clinical study conducted by Taiwan's Kaohsiung Medical University showed that the traditional Chinese medicine Danggui Buxue Tang (DBT) formed by the compatibility of astragalus and angelica can shorten exercise time and increase iron content during recovery.