Category: Covid-19

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A joint team from China and Pakistan reported their new review of current strategies against Covid-19 on Chinese Medicine on Jul. 09. This is an open-access article, therefore, I’m allowed to copy the abstract here: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) recently was declared a pandemic by world health […]

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2019-nCoV-CDC-23312.

Hussain et al, Jul. 09, 2020. Current strategies against COVID-19. Dr. Hui Zhang, Jun. 11, 2020. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and its role in battling COVID-19. Ho et al. Jun, European Journal of Integrative Medicine, Highlights of traditional Chinese medicine frontline expert advice in the China national guideline for COVID-19 Fuzimoto AD, Isidoro C, May […]

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The virus that causes COVID-19 was formally named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-CoV-2 because of the genome homology with the SARS-CoV-1 (approx. 80%) that originated a similar syndromic disease during the epidemic in 2002–2003. Fuzimoto from Brazil and Isidorob from Italy recently published their latest findings on herbs and compounds which potently-significantly inhibited-blocked SARS-CoVs-host protein […]

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It was a great honour to join the international research team (Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Irland)​(Luo et al. 2020)​. The findings were just published with Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B, one of the top pharmaceutical journal. As COVID-19 pandemic poses a substantial global public health threat, TCM (mostly herbal medicine) was used in 91.50% of the […]

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2019-nCoV-CDC-23312.

Authors Title Journal Date Conclusion Ren et al. Traditional Chinese medicine for COVID-19 treatment Pharmacol Res. Mar. 4 a number of clinical practice results showed that traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) plays significant role in the treatment of COVID-19, bringing new hope for the prevention and control of COVID-19 Chan et al. COVID-19: An Update on […]

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Ren JL et al ​(Ren, Zhang, and Wang 2020)​reported a case on how to use herbal medicine to treat a highly suspected COVID-19 patient. The male patient traveled to Wuhan several days before the onset. The early symptoms covered fever and cough. However respiratory rales of both lungs were not obvious. He was treated with […]

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The Lantern, a Chinese medicine journal from Australia just released an open-access issue on “COVID-19: PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR PRACTITIONERS”. The issue covers an introduction chapter on Wenyi i.e. epidemic diseases written by Volker Scheid and 7 translated chapters of Wu Youke (吴又可) and Te Tianshi (叶天士). Additionally, chapters on case reports and clinic guide are […]

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Chailingtang

Chailingtang i.e. Xiao Chai Hu Tang (小柴胡汤) and Wu Ling San (五苓散) come from Shang Han Za Bing Lun and are frequently used to treat the coexistence of Taiyang exterior symptoms and internal damp symptoms in the digestion system. A research team from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shandong University carried out network pharmacology […]

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Covid Press

据中国网讯,此次国内新冠肺炎确诊病例中,有74187人使用了中医药,占91.5%,其中湖北省有61449人使用了中医药,占90.6%。临床疗效观察显示,中医药总有效率达到了90%以上。中医药能够有效缓解症状,能够减少轻型、普通型向重型发展,能够提高治愈率、降低病亡率,能够促进恢复期人群机体康复。 阅读原文:链接 According to the state statistic, 74,187 infected patients were treated with solely or partially Chinese Medicine (CM), accounting for 91.5% of all the infected. In Hubei province, 61,449 were treated with, accounting for 90.6% of all the infected. The clinical observation resulted a 90% of the total effectiveness. Generally speaking, CM could release […]

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