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Dong Kui Zi (Abutilon) 4oz 冬葵子 4oz

 

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Pharmaceutical Name: Semen Malvae
Botanical Name: Malva verticillata L.
Common Name: Abutilon seed
Source of Earliest Record: Shennong Bencao Jing
art Used & Method for Pharmaceutical Preparations: After the fruit ripens in summer or autumn, the seeds are gathered and ground into powder.
Properties and Taste: Sweet and cold
Meridian: Large intestine and small intestine
Functions: To promote urination and regulate abnormal urination
To promote lactation
To moisten intestines and move feces
Indications and Combinations: 1.     Dysuria and edema. 
*Use with Poria (Fu ling) and White Atractylodes (Bai zhu). 

2.  Scanty urine with blood and painful urination. 
*Use with Plantain seed (Che qian zi), Lygodium spore (Hai jin sha) and Talc 
(Hua shi).

3.   Obstructed lactation and breast distention.
*Use with Amomum fruit (Sha ren) and Ricepaper pith (Tong cao). 

4.      Constipation.
*Use with herbs that moisten intestines and move feces, such as Chinese angelica root (Dang gui), Peach seed (Tao ren) and Arboritae seed (Bai zi ren). 
Dosage: 9-15 g
Pharmaceutical Name: Semen Malvae
Botanical Name: Malva verticillata L.
Common Name: Abutilon seed
Source of Earliest Record: Shennong Bencao Jing
art Used & Method for Pharmaceutical Preparations: After the fruit ripens in summer or autumn, the seeds are gathered and ground into powder.
Properties and Taste: Sweet and cold
Meridian: Large intestine and small intestine
Functions: To promote urination and regulate abnormal urination
To promote lactation
To moisten intestines and move feces
Indications and Combinations: 1.     Dysuria and edema. 
*Use with Poria (Fu ling) and White Atractylodes (Bai zhu). 

2.  Scanty urine with blood and painful urination. 
*Use with Plantain seed (Che qian zi), Lygodium spore (Hai jin sha) and Talc 
(Hua shi).

3.   Obstructed lactation and breast distention.
*Use with Amomum fruit (Sha ren) and Ricepaper pith (Tong cao). 

4.      Constipation.
*Use with herbs that moisten intestines and move feces, such as Chinese angelica root (Dang gui), Peach seed (Tao ren) and Arboritae seed (Bai zi ren). 
Dosage: 9-15 g
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