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Rangooncreeper Fruit(Shi jun zi)

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Rangooncreeper Fruit(Shi jun zi)

Post  Admin on Mon Dec 09, 2013 2:57 am

This medicinal is the dried ripe fruit of Quisqualis indicaL.(Fam.Combretaceae).It is harvested in September and October when the pericarp turns purple or dark,and dried by natural sunlight.The peeled seeds are used unprocessed or stir-baked till it smells sweet.

Medicinal Properties:sweet and warm.

Meridian Tropism:spleen and stomach meridians.

Medicinal Efficacies:Destory parasites;remove food stagnation.

Usage and Dosage: 9-12g.For children,the recommended dose is 1ยท1.5 grains per day per age with the maximum total dose being 20 grains.

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