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Tianma Wan
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Chinese name:
Tianma Wan or Gastrodia Teapills
Gastrodia rhizome , Achyranthes root , Ningpo Figwort root , Eucommia bark , Rhizoma Dioscoreae , Notopterygium root , Foxglove root , Tang Kwei root, Herba Duhuo root
To relive rheumatic conditions, alleviate muscle contracture, remove obstruction from collateral channels, promote blood circulation and relieve pain.
9g x 10pills
Beijing Tongrentang
Tianma Wan used to promote overall circulation eliminated discomfort maintain skeletal and joint health function.
Dispels wind, activates qi and blood, dissipates damp, relieves heat, tonifies kidney and liver, stops pain.
Also, it is applicable for chronic and acute arthritis and rheumatism, and numbness or pain in extremeties, useful for exogenous or endogenous wind causing headache, dizziness, and nausea.

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Tianma Wan Medicine Researches

Tian ma, an ancient Chinese herb, offers new options for the treatment of epilepsy and other conditions
Our purpose is to bring attention to the antiepileptic properties of the Chinese tianma wan and its constituents, as well as to suggest the potential for the development of new antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) related to this herb. All available literature regarding the chemistry, pharmacology, animal data, and clinical use of tian ma and its constituents are reviewed, showing that tian ma, its constituents, and its symbiotic fungus Armillaria mellea have antiepileptic properties in in vitro and in vivo models. One clinical study reportedly demonstrated the AED effects of a component of tian ma, vanillin. Thus, tianma wan, its constituent vanillin, and its symbiotic fungus armillaria hold promise as cost-effective and less toxic alternatives to standard AEDs. In addition, similar chemical compounds may be developed as AEDs.

Keywords: Epilepsy; Seizures; Tienma; Tianma Wan; Gastrodia elata; Armillaria mellea; Drugs; Chinese herbal; Antiepileptic drugs; Gastrodin; Vanillin; γ-aminobutyric acid