Shan Yu Rou, Fructus Corni, Common Macrocarpium Fruit
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Common Name: Common Macrocarpium Fruit
Chinese Name: Shan Yu Rou 山萸肉, Shan Zhu Yu 山茱萸
Latin Name: Fructus Corni
Other Name: Fruit Of Common Macrocarpium, Fruit Of Japanese Cornel Dogwood, Fruit Of Asiatic Cornelian Cherry, 蜀枣、鬾实、鼠矢、鸡足、山萸肉、实枣儿、肉枣、枣皮、药枣、红枣皮
Origin: Shaanxi, Henan, Shanxi, Shandong, Anhui, Zhejiang, Sichuan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sour, slightly warm; liver and kidney meridians entered.
Tonify liver and kidney, secure essence and astringe sweat, stop bleeding.
A. Insufficiency of liver and kidney
It is sour, warm but not dry in nature, mildly tonifying. It is an important herb to tonify yin and yang evenly for it can tonify liver and kidney, especially nourish essence.
B. Seminal emission, spermatorrhea, enuresis, frequent urination
It can tonify kidney and essence, and also secure essence and reduce urination. Therefore, it is an important herb for astringing essence to relieve emission, just for it can treat both the branch and root of emission due to kidney deficiency.
C. Metrorrhagia and metrostaxis
It can tonify liver and kidney, strengthen thoroughfare and conception vessels, astringe to stop bleeding.
D. Profuse sweating and collapse due to deficiency
It can astringe to stop sweating. Besides, it is also indicated for diabetes when combined with yin-nourishing and fluid-producing herbs.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 5~10 g. 20~30 g for securing collapse and first aid.
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