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Smoked Plum(Wu Mei)

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Smoked Plum(Wu Mei)

Post  Admin on Wed Aug 01, 2012 2:35 pm

The Wumei is from the dry nearly ripe fruit of Prunus mume(Sieb.) Zucc., family Rosaceae. The medicinal material is collected in summer when the fruit is nearly ripe. It is baked at a low temperature until the pulp is turned black with the peel has wrinkled. After core is removed, the raw or carbonized form is used for medication.

Medicinal Properties: Sour, astringent and neutral.

Meridian Tropism: Lung, liver, spleen and large intestine meridians

Medicinal Efficacies: Astringe the lung and intestine; promote the production of body fluid; relieve ascaris colic.

Usage and Dosage: 3-10g, taken orally. Ina large dosage may be up to 30g. For external application, the amount should be appropriate, and it can be pounded into or carbonized and then ground into powder. In order to stop bleeding and diarrhea, the carbonized form is applicable.

Precautions: If taken orally, it is contraindicated for patients with exogenous factors or those with stagnation of sthenic heat.


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