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Semen cassiae

Semen cassiae

is the seed of legumes Senna tora or Senna obtusifolia. It is said to be especially good for meridians of wood (liver and bile) and metal (large intestine and lungs) in Chinese Traditional Medicine {Radix Rehmanniae; Li , 2000; and Lui, 2000}. 

Traditionally, cassia seeds are added in some therapeutic roasted teas to control blood pressure, sugar and fats, and Alzheimer {Hao et al., 2001; Cho et al., 2005; Kim et al., 2007}.

Semen cassia lubricates bowel movements {Gao et al., 1993} therefore could relieve constipation-related autoimmune diseases.

A review study {Dong et al., 2017} mentioned that Semen cassia soothes liver and kidneys. Specifically, it reduces total cholesterol and triglyceride in liver, and invigorate liver from alcohol and toxin-induced injuries. Thus, it also restores vision and relieve eye dryness from liver or kidney-related retinopathy, optic atrophy and cataracts.

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References


Cho, S.H., Kim, T.H., Lee, N.H., Son, H.S., Cho, I.J. and Ha, T.Y., 2005. Effects of Cassia tora fiber supplement on serum lipids in Korean diabetic patients. Journal of medicinal food8(3), pp.311-318.

Dong, X., Fu, J., Yin, X., Yang, C., Zhang, X., Wang, W., Du, X., Wang, Q. and Ni, J., 2017. Cassiae semen: a review of its phytochemistry and pharmacology. Molecular medicine reports16(3), pp.2331-2346.

Gao, Q., Huiqin, X.U. and Chen, J., 1993. Liver-protective and bowel-lubricating and defecation-promoting effects of crude and processed Semen Cassiae. Traditional Chinese Drug Research & Clinical Pharmacology, (03).

Grow, W.D.I., Home> Herbal Glossary> Chinese Herb List> Radix Rehmanniae.

Hao, Y.J., Sang, Y.L. and Zhao, Y.Q., 2001. The advancement of the studies on the seeds of Cassia obtusifolia. Chinese Tradit Herb Drugs32, pp.858-859.

Kim, D.H., Yoon, B.H., Kim, Y.W., Lee, S., Shin, B.Y., Jung, J.W., Kim, H.J., Lee, Y.S., Choi, J.S., Kim, S.Y. and Lee, K.T., 2007. The seed extract of Cassia obtusifolia ameliorates learning and memory impairments induced by scopolamine or transient cerebral hypoperfusion in mice. Journal of pharmacological sciences105(1), pp.82-93.

Li J.S., 2000. Chinese Medicine Identification. Shanghai Scientific and Technical Publishers. 1 (2).


Lui. D.Q., 2000. Chinese Herbal MedicineShanghai Scientific and Technical Publishers, 1 (6).

Zhang, W.D., Wang, Y., Wang, Q., Yang, W.J., Gu, Y., Wang, R., Song, X.M. and Wang, X.J., 2012. Quality evaluation of S emen C assiae (Cassia obtusifolia L.) by using ultra‐high performance liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry. Journal of separation science35(16), pp.2054-2062.




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