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National Institute of Health Researches

Chinese Medicinal Herbs

There has been thousands and thousands of research studies carried out over the thousands of years that Chinese Medicine has been in use in China. Now that more and more Americans have been using Chinese herbal medicine we are now seeing research carried out here in the US.

Here are links to the research articles monitored by the NIH for you to explore.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency.

The National Institutes of Health is made up of 27 different components called Institutes and Centers. Each has its own specific research agenda, often focusing on particular diseases or body systems. All but three of these components receive their funding directly from the US Congress and administrate their own budgets.

Chinese Herbs Research Articles

There are 174  research articles on Chinese herbs for infertility

There are 87  research articles on Chinese herbs for sperm

There are 67  research articles on Chinese herbs for endometrisosis

There are 49  research articles on Chinese herbs for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

There are 12  research articles on Chinese herbs for Hypothyroid

There are 118  research articles on Chinese herbs for menopause

There are 196  research articles on Chinese herbs for heart attacks

There are 2306  research articles on Chinese herbs for Cancer

There are 196  research articles on Chinese herbs for Irritable bowel syndrome

There are 474  research articles on Chinese herbs for arthritis

There are 28  research articles on Chinese herbs for back pain

There are 103  research articles on Chinese herbs for headaches

There are 16  research articles on Chinese herbs for uterine fibroids

There are 343  research articles on Chinese herbs for Depression

There are 86  research articles on Chinese herbs atopic eczema

Chinese herbal medicines for people with impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting blood glucose

Chinese Herbal Formula May Be Helpful for Peanut Allergies

Efficacy and mechanisms of action of traditional Chinese medicines for treating asthma and allergy

Report on Huang Qi

Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment May Have Benefits for Temporomandibular Facial Pain

National Institute of Health Herbs at a Glance

Report on Chen Pi

Report on Lei Gong Teng

Report on Gan Zao (Chinese licorice)

Report on Asian Ginseng

Report on Yu Jin, turmeric, turmeric root, Indian saffron

NCCAM-funded study, assessed two traditional Chinese multi-herbal formulas—Huo Luo Xiao Ling Dan (HLXL), taken for chronic inflammatory pain

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