Speaker: Jill Stansbury. The term “blood mover” from Traditional Chinese Medicine embraces the multiple effects of Angelica, Ginkgo, Zingiber and other herbs in treating vascular congestion, hypertension, clots and fluid stasis. This presentation explores the molecular mechanisms of action of these herbs, which helps explain how they effect platelets, inflammatory mediators and endothelial tissues, thus lending them efficacy in treating blood clots, vascular insufficiency, hypertension, fluid stasis, and dementia.
Molecular Mechanisms of Action for the “Blood Movers” in Circulatory Disorders
- Event: 2017 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
- Product Code: 17SW08
- Availability: In Stock