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This article introduces the effects and precautions of magnolol. Magnolol is a commonly used medicine, the main effect is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. Magnolol also has obvious anti-tumor effects, which is very suitable for cancer patients. The side effects and adverse reactions of magnolol are rare and unclear. Although magnolol has many effects, it should be taken with caution and the doctor's advice should be followed.
Magnolol is extracted from Magnolia officinalis. It is in powder form and the color is brown to white. Magnolia officinalis is a kind of traditional Chinese medicine. Magnolol is the active ingredient of the traditional Chinese medicine Magnolia officinalis, and its main function is antibacterial. Magnolol has a wide range of applications. It can be used for antibacterial drugs and can also be used for anti-tumor. Magnolol has attracted widespread attention in anti-tumor research. So, what are the specific effects of magnolol? Let's learn more about the relevant knowledge of magnolol.
Magnolol can significantly and lastingly relax the central muscles, and can also inhibit the central nervous system. Magnolol also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects and can resist a variety of pathogenic microorganisms. Magnolol can also resist ulcers, antioxidants, inhibit tumors, and inhibit platelet aggregation. Clinically, magnolol is often used to treat acute enteritis, amoebic dysentery, and chronic gastritis. Magnolol has a significant regional effect on Lan-positive bacteria, acid-resistant bacteria and other pathogens, and it has a particularly strong inhibitory effect on Staphylococcus. With the progress of anti-tumor research, the anti-tumor efficacy of magnolol is also being explored.
Magnolol has suppositories, lotions, tablets, capsules and other types, which need to be stored in a cool and dry place. Magnolol has no special contraindications, but pregnant women and those with deficiency of qi and body fluid should take it with caution. Magnolol can not be taken with beans. The tannin contained in magnolol will chemically react with the protein of beans, and it is easy to produce tannin protein that is not easy to absorb. The organic components of magnolol and beans are complex, and eating together can easily lead to other adverse reactions. Beans are prone to generate gas to fill the intestines and cause abdominal distension.