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Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America, typically in wet, marshy ground. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather. Butterbur has historically been used for a variety of health issues such as pain, headache, anxiety, cough, fever, and gastrointestinal and urinary tract conditions. It has also been used topically to improve wound healing. Today, traditional or folk uses include nasal allergies, allergic skin reactions, asthma, and migraine headache. The leaves, rhizomes (underground stems), and roots of butterbur are commonly used to make solid extracts used in tablets. Some butterbur extracts are also used topically.
1. Petasin is responsible for the antispasmodic properties of the plant by reducing.
2. Spasms in smooth muscle and vascular walls, in addition to providing.
3. An anti-inflammatory effect by inhibiting leukotriene synthetics.
4. Petasin has also been found to be treat migraine headache, asthma, bronchitis.
5. Butterbur has also been used for cough, urination and stomach problems.
1. Applied in the food field, it has become a new raw material which used in food and beverage industry;
2. Applied in the health product field;
3. Applied in the pharmaceutical field.