Nardostachys Root Extract.

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Product Description
Nardostachys Root Extract.
Serie No:P058
Specifications:10:1 TLC.
INCI Name:Nardostachys Chinensis Root Extract;Nardostachys jatamansi Root Extract.
EINECS/ELINCS No.:
CAS:90064-28-1
Chem/IUPAC Name:Nardostachys Chinensis Root Extract is an extract from the root of Nardostachys chinensis Batal;or Nardostachys jatamansi (D.Don)DC,Valerianaceae.
Product Feature
Common Names&Synonyms:Muskroot, Indian Spikenard,Jatamansi,Spilcenard,Nardostachys jatamansi,Ammonii chloridum,Musk root,Indian Spikenard,Indian Nard,Bhutajata,Tapasvini,Muskroot; Indian Spikenard, Jatamanshi, Jatamashi, Balchar,Achte Narde, Balacharea, Balchir, Bhut-jatt, Bhytajata, Duk, Jaramanshi, Jatamamshi, Jatamanchi, Jatamansi, Jatamashi, Jatamasi, Jatamavshi, Jatamavashi, Jatamsi, Jeta-manchi, Kuki-lipot, Narde Indike, Nard Indien, Sambul-u-''l hind, Sumbula- theeb, Sunbuluttib, Tapaswini

Characteristics and Constituents:
A pale yellow or amber - coloured liquid with a heavy, sweet-woody, spicy-animal odour, somewhat similar to valerian oil. It blends well with labdanum, lavender, oakmoss, patchouli, pine needle, vetiver and spice oils.
Bornyl acetate, isobornyl valerianate, borneol, patchouli alcohol, terpinyl valerianate, terpineol, eugenol and pinenes, among others.
Volatile oil, resin, tannin, etc.

Common Actions and Uses:
Anti - inflammatory, antipyretic, bactericidal, deodorant, fungicidal, laxative, sedative, tonic.
Convulsions,digestive diseases,epilepsy,flatulence,gastric disorders,heart palpitations,jaundice,kidney stones,respiratory diseases,skin conditions,typhoid,seminal debility
Little used these days, usually as a substitute for valerian oil.
Stimulant, diaphoretic, alterative for syphilitic, cutaneous and rheumatic cases, and used in same manner and dosage as genuine Sarsaparilla also for pulmonary affections.
Jatamansone semicarbazone, a sesquiterpene ketone, was found to possess antioestrogenic activity. When given alone it is also manifested by its oestrogen-antagonising action on the uterus of mice at an oral dose of 50 mg/kg and 100 mg/kg. The volatile oil was found to be loss active than quinidine in several tests. Also it did not counteract digitalis induced ventricular arrhythmias. This drug has been experimentally shown to possess a tranquilizing and hypotensive activity in dogs and also induced hypotension in rats. The rhizome is used in ayurveda for the treatment of hysteria and other neurological disorders. It is very interesting to note that in conditions of insomnia and restlessness this drug was used by Sushruta to produce tranquility and sedation. it promotes the growth and blackness of hair. Infusion prepared from the fresh roots is employed in the treatment of spasmodic hysterical states, palpitations and tension headache. It is also said to be useful in menopausal disturbances. Clinical trials were carried out with jatamansone in essential hypertension. Jatamansone has been used in febrile delirium and also in delirium tremens. In dysmenorrhoea, it is used for pain relief and a smooth menstrual flow.
LD(50) of Jatamansone was found to be 80.3 mg/kg while in the case of quinidine it is 55 mg/kg. This shows that intravenous toxicity in mice in the case of Jatamansone is less than that with quinidine. Large doses of Jatamansone can cause vomiting and diarrhoea.
Medicinal Properties:Action:Aromatic, antispasmodic, carminative, deobstruent, digestive stimulant, diuretic, emmenagogue, nervine, reproductive, tonic
Product Specification / Models
Name: Nardostachys Root Extract.
Serie No: P058.
Specifications: 10:1 TLC.
Part Used: Rhizomes and Roots of Nardostachys chinensis Batal;or Nardostachys jatamansi (D.Don)DC.
INCI Name: Nardostachys Chinensis Root Extract;Nardostachys jatamansi Root Extract.
EINECS/ELINCS No.:
CAS: 90064-28-1
Chem/IUPAC Name: Nardostachys Chinensis Root Extract is an extract from the root of Nardostachys chinensis Batal;or Nardostachys jatamansi (D.Don)DC,Valerianaceae.
Shelf Life: 18~24Months in Good Condition.
Appearance: Pale Brown Fine Powder.
Mesh Size: 100% Pass 80 Mesh Screen.
Color: Pale Brown
Odor and Smell: Characteristics.
Taste Sense: Characteristics Light Bitter.
Bulk Density: 0.46~0.52g/ml.
Application
Applications:
Promote awareness and calm the mind/Mental Sedative Effects.
Memory enhancer.
Central Nervous System Herb/Nervous and spasmodic symptoms.
Auricular flutter.
Hair and Skin Benefit.
Hyperactive effects.
Analgesic herb.
Mental health.
Ethenomedicinal Practice.
Central sedation.
Anti-arrhythmia.
Smooth muscle.
Antioestrogenic activity.
Other Effects.

Properties:
This spice in China registered as early as in the book Ben Cao Shi Yi,later books such as Hai Nan Ben Cao and Kai Bao Ben Cao,Zheng Lei Ben Cao noted:"Tu Jing ever noted,this herb available from today's Shu Zhou Jun(refer to Gui Zhou and Si Chuan province of today's China) and Liao Zhou (Xi Yang town of Shan Xi Province today). widely spread on mountain hillside and fields, slim as grass.";Ben Cao Gang Mu noted:"this herb origins from Song Zhou of Chuan Xi(Today's Song Pan town of Si Chuan province),taste sweet(Gan),thus got its name Gan Song"..."Gan Song smells fragrant and release property to inhibit depression,add some in recipes for spleen cure,evoke up spleen activity obviously." Gan Song material available on market today majorly from Song Pan and Li Xian town of Si Chuan province.
Dosage:Jatamansi comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.

Safety and Toxicity:
Acute Toxicity: LD(50) of Jatamansone was found to be 80.3 mg/kg while in the case of quinidine it is 55 mg/kg. This shows that intravenous toxicity in mice in the case of Jatamansone is less than that with quinidine. Large doses of Jatamansone can cause vomiting and diarrhoea.

Other Information
Dosage Information:Jatamansi comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.

Safety & Interaction Information:
Jatamansi is generally regarded as safe when taken in the recommended doses; however, it is best to consult with a physician for use of Jatamansi essential oil internally. If you are pregnant, nursing, epileptic, have liver or kidney damage, or have cancer, do not use this or any essential oil without the guidance of a qualified physician.
No side effects have been noted so far.According to Ayurveda, herbs are taken in combination with other herbs to neutralize the toxicity of one herb with the opposing effect of the other or to enhance the particular effect of one herb with the help of other.



Indication and Applications:

Jatamansi has the power to promote awareness and calm the mind. it is a very useful herb for palpitation, tension, headaches, restlessness and is used for promoting awareness and strengthening the mind. It aids in balancing the body of all three Ayurvedic doshas. This herb''s sedative properties increase awareness, as opposed to valerian that dulls the mind.
The famous aromatic root, nard, was known in ancient times as an ingredient in ointments, and is believed to be the same as the Indian nardostachys, N. jatamansi which has been renamed Nardostachys grandiflora. There is also a Valeriana jatamansi that is similar to nardostachys and used as a substitute. The species name jatamansi is adopted directly from the original Sanskrit name of the herb. The biblical nard was a costly aromatic ointment, preserved in alabaster boxes. Unlike valerian, which has an odor that is often described as unpleasant (sometimes likened to dirty socks), the nardostachys fragrance is considered attractive and similar to expensive musk. Its oil is used in perfumery (especially to fragrance women''s hair); the herb is also used in bathwater and it is a major ingredient in incense. In India, it is used in making many massage oils and is said to be useful for many diseases, especially beneficial as a sedative and to treat disorders of the digestive and respiratory systems. In Pakistan it is included in several remedies for hemiplegia, Bell''s palsy, and Parkinson''s disease.

Scientific Evidence:Today in Ayurvedic medicine, Jatamansi is used for treating insomnia, mental instability, and is used as a memory enhancer. As an herbal CNS (Central Nervous System) drug, it is used for epilepsy, hysteria, and convulsions. Due to its anti-arrhythmic activity, Jatamansi is being tested for its effectiveness in treating auricular flutter. The oil is said to promote hair growth and helps it maintain its color as well. It is believed that the active constituent, jatamansone, can reduce hyperactivity, restlessness, and aggressiveness in hyperactive children.

Nardostachys, which is native to the Himalayan foothills at high altitude, is used extensively in the Ayurvedic tradition. In fact, this herb may have been adopted into the Chinese tradition from India, with plants growing in the Western Chinese provinces of Yunnan and Sichuan (in the mountain regions) being the same species as the Indian variety. Nardostachys was recommended in the Ayurvedic tradition for nervous and spasmodic symptoms, such as heart palpitations, headache, shaking, and convulsions. The active constituents of nardostachys are similar to those found in valerian. In India, modern research with the herb has been aimed at examining new uses rather than the traditional ones: it is being examined for its liver protective effects, ability to increase nerve growth factor, and lipid lowering effects. Some interest in this herb as an alternative to valerian has been shown, in that preliminary experiments (in laboratory animals) show that it has an even lower toxicity than valerian (which already has low toxicity).

JIn China, Nardostachys chinensis (see Figure 3), as well as N. jatamansi, is widely used as an analgesic herb. Its Chinese name is gansong or gansongxiang (gan = dry; song refers to the location where it was originally collected, Songban in Sichuan Province; xiang = fragrant); presumably, the fresh herb was used in folk medicine, and it is the dried herb (gan) that is incorporated into the Materia Medica as an item on the herb markets. According to Oriental Materia Medica, it is traditionally used for treating pain in the chest and abdomen that results from qi stagnation associated with internal cold. The herb is warm and regulates qi, having a quality similar to some other fragrant herbs, such as cyperus (xiangfu), saussurea (muxiang), sandalwood (tanxiang), and aquilaria (chenxiang), which have similar applications in treating pain.
Musk Root is in the same botanical family as Valerian, a relaxing plant with established effectiveness in promoting mental health. Traditional practitioners include Musk Root in their formulations to address anxiety. It has been shown effective in helping maintain a restful sleep and in coping with many menopausal symptoms.
Complexion, strength, kidney stones, jaundice, removes blood impurities, spasmodic hysteria and other nervous convulsive ailments; heart palpitations, nervous headache, flatulence, epilepsy, convulsions, respiratory and digestive diseases, skin conditions, typhoid, gastric disorders, seminal debility.

Jatamansi is a useful hair tonic and is commonly used in hair oils, promoting hair growth and lustre. It is also used in oils and pastes that improve complexion and general health of the skin.
Oil Extraction Process:Essential oil by steam distillation from the dried and crushed rhizome and roots.

Ethenomedicinal Practice :It was one of the early aromatics used by the ancient Egyptians. It was also a herb known to Dioscorides as ''warming and drying'', good for nausea, flatulent indigestion, menstrual problems, inflammations and conjunctivitis.

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