Mu Gua Zi, Fructus Chaenomelis, Common Floweringquince Fruit
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Common Name: Common Floweringquince Fruit
Chinese Name: Mu Gua Zi 木瓜子
Latin Name: Fructus Chaenomelis
Other Name: Fruit Of Common Floweringquince, Chaenomeles Speciosa, 楙、木瓜实、铁脚梨、秋木瓜、酸木瓜, 贴梗海棠、皱皮木瓜、宣木瓜
Origin: Anhui, Zhejiang, Hubei, Sichuan, Hunan, Fujian, Henan, Shaanxi, Jiangsu Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sour, warm; liver and spleen meridians entered.
Dispel wind-damp, sooth tendons and activate collaterals, resolve dampness for harmonizing stomach.
A. Arthralgia syndrome due to wind-damp
It can dispel wind-damp and sooth tendons and vessels. It specializes in removing dampness and is rated as the essential herb for treating dampness arthralgia characterized by spasm of tendons and vessels.
B. Downward flow of damp turbidity to the foot, edema
With warm nature, it can remove dampness and relax tendons. It is the commonly used herb for treating downward flow of damp turbidity to the foot and edema, and can be combined with dampness-drying, qi-moving, and diuresis-inducing herbs.
C. Vomiting, diarrhea and spasm of muscle
With warm and fragrant natures, and spleen meridian entered, it can resolve dampness and harmonize stomach to transport the middle energizer and check diarrhea; with sour flavor and liver meridian entered, it can sooth tendons to relieve spasm. In addition, it has the the action of promoting digestion and is indicated for dyspepsia.
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