Herba Sarcandrae (Zhong jie feng, Cao shan hu, Sarcandra glabra): Sarcandra has been used traditionally to disperse pathogenic wind and remove blood stasis. Modern studies have revealed its antitumor properties.† It was shown to modestly inhibit the growth of the implanted S180 sarcoma or HepA tumor in mice and prolong their survival. When administered together with chemotherapy drugs like CTX, 5-Fu, ADM or radiotherapy 60Co, Sarcandra can increase their antitumor efficacy in the range of 11.17% to 39.80%. In a small clinical trial of 14 acute leukemia patients with Sarcandra, 4 patients had a complete remission and 6 a partial remission. Relapse was observed after the withdrawal of Sarcandra. No significant side effect was noticed during the trial. In a separate trial of 373 patients with various late stage tumors using Sarcandra, 53.9% patients showed improvement, of which 15.7% showed marked improvement. Among the types of tumours that better responded to the treatment are of the origin frompancreas, colon, liver, esophagus, and leukemia.1 †
Herba Scutellariae Barbatae (Ban zhi lian, Portulaca grandiflora): The Chinese herb Ban zhi lian has been long used to treat various tumours in Chinese Medicine. In recent years it has been shown to inhibit the growth of several lines of tumour cells in implanted mice and in petri dish. In clinical studies, Chinese herbal formulas that include Ban zhi lian as a major ingredient have been used with various successes in treating many types of malignant tumours in liver, stomach, colon, lung, esophagus, and breasts in Chinese hospitals.2 † For example, in a trial involving 136 breast cysts, 44 (32%) showed remission, 42 (31%) marked improvement, 30 (22%) improvement, 20 (15%) had no improvement. No significant side effect was noticed. In USA, a Ban zhi lian herbal preparation is now being approved by FDA for phase II trial of stage IV metastatic breast cancer, as reported in a Oct 15, 2007 Time magazine article.3 In an earlier trial, 21 stage IV metastatic breast cancer patients were treated with Ban zhi lian. After about a year, 25% of the patients showed stabilization in their disease for 90 days and 19% for 180 days.3 †
Herba Salviae Chinensis (Shi jian chuan): Salvia chinensis is another Chinese herb that is often used in Chinese herbal medicines for treatment of tumours in China. It is normally included in combination with other Chinese herbs. The types of tumours treated include liver, stomach, colon, lung, esophagus, and nasopharynx. For example, in one study of 158 late stage stomach cancer, one Salvia chinensis-containing herbal formula was used along with chemotherapy for 1 to 2 years, the 3, 5, and 10 years' survival rate are 41.07%, 30.36% and 12.5% in the first group of 56 patients, and the 3 years' survival rate is over 50% in the second group of 102 patients with the best result seen in the combination with 5-Fu chemotherapy.†
Semen Coicis Lachryma-Jobi (Yi yi ren, Job's tears, semen coicis): Coix is a maize-like seed traditionally consumed in China and is often a component of antitumour Chinese herbal formulas in China. A Coix preparation named Kanglaite is now among the best selling antitumour drugs in China. The Coix preparation has been approved by FDA for a phase II trial to test its efficacy in treating non-small-cell lung cancer in USA.Studies have suggested that the Coix preparation may enhance the efficacy of chemotherapy and reduce side effects such as fatigue, nausea, and hair loss, as discussed by a Science magazine news focus. 4 †
Zhang Y. et al., Studies on Parmacology of Sarcandra glabra. Chinese Journal of the Practical Chinese with Modern Medicine, 2006 19:1839
Zhu Y. et al., Journal of Emergency in Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2006 (5):533
Carr C., Can Ancient Herbs Treat Cancer? Time 2007 Oct 15. Link
Normile D., The New Face of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Science 2003 299:188.
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Herba Scutellariae Barbatae
Herba Salviae Chinensis
Semen Coicis Lachryma-Jobi
Herba Hedyotis Diffusae
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(Ban Zhi Lian)
(Shi Jian Chuan)
(Yi Yi Ren)
(Bai Hua She She Cao)
(Qi Ye Yi Zhi Hua)
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