Experiments have shown that scented decoction (8% to 15%) inhibits a variety of pathogenic fungi such as Trichophyton rubrum in vitro. Ether leaching solution, alcohol leaching solution, and water leaching solution can also inhibit a variety of pathogenic fungi. The test showed that the inhibitory concentrations of musk oleyl ether extract, alcohol extract, water extract and decoction against Trichophyton rubrum and Trichophyton rubrum were 3%, 5%, 10%, and 15%, respectively, suggesting antibacterial activity of leachate. The ability is stronger than decoction.
The scented scented decoction has an inhibitory effect on Leptospira at a concentration of 15 mg/ml; it has a killing effect on Leptospira when the concentration is increased to 31 mg/ml.
It has been reported that flavonoids in musk have antiviral effects. The components separated from the musk can inhibit the growth and reproduction of the digestive tract and the upper respiratory tract pathogen, rhinovirus, and the antiviral component of the musk is the flavonoid (the flavonoid component). Based on this component, the synthetic antiviral and anti-absorbable drugs are used for rhinovirus infection, and the effect is good.
Effect on the digestive system
The volatile oil in musk has the effect of stimulating the gastric mucosa, promoting the secretion of gastric juice, and helping digestion.