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Quisqualis Fruit (shi jun zi)
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Properties: It is sweet in flavour, warm in nature, and acts on the spleen and stomach channels. It is indicated for expelling roundworms. Being sweet and warm for strengthening the spleen, fragrant and delicious, without obviously toxic side-effects, the herb is often used to treat abdominal pain due to roundworms in children.

Effects: Killing parasites and strengthening the spleen.

Indications:

1. To treat abdominal pain due to roundworms, the herb can be stir-baked fragrant. chewed and swallowed for mild illness, and used in combination with black plum, chinaberry bark and other herb for expelling rondworms for heavy infestation.

2. To treat infantile malnutrition, indigestion, emaciation with sallow complexion or abdominal pain due to parasitosis, the herb is often used in combination with medicated leaven, germinated barley, coptis root, areca seed and other herbs for reliving stagnated food and killing parasites.

Dosage and Administration: 6-12g. Smashed and decocted, or stir-baked fragrant, chewed and swallowed. For children, the herb is stir-baked fragrant, chewed and swallowed with empty stomach for 2-3 consecutive days, 1.5 grams a day per year of age, but the total amount should not exceed 20 grams.

Precautions: Taking the herb in an excessive dose or with hot tea can cause dizziness, hiccup and vomiting, which will alleviate after patients stop taking it. Therefore, it should not be taken in an excessive dose or with hot tea.

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