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Customized Cornus Officinalis

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Customized Cornus Officinalis

Post by c688dd » Mon Sep 03, 2018 9:55 am

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Nickname:cornus/cornel/dogberrysemen corni/fructus corni
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This herb is the pulp of the ripe fruit of Cornus officinalis Sieb. etZucc. (family Cor-naceae), which isproduced mainly in Zhejiang, Anhui, Henan and Shanxi provinces. After collection in the late autumn, the fruit is baked over slow fire or scaldedslightly in boilingwater, and then driedin the sun or baked dry for use after removal of the fruitstone.
Sources Location: Cornus fruit grow in the provinces of Zhejiang, Anhwei, Henan, Shaanxi provinces of China. It collect in the fall time when the fruits are matured. Use the meat of the fruit, dried by heat or sunshine.
Function:
1).Antioxidant:
2).Adjust the function of hypothalamus:
3).Diuretic and hypotensive:
4).To promote the action of antibacterial, antifungal and anticancer:
5).Tonifying the liver and kidney, controlling seminal emission and reducing urination:
6).Controlling menstruation and arresting bleeding:
7).Arresting sweating and preventing collapse:
8).Invigorating the liver and kidney:
9).Arrests excessive loss of body fluid:
10).Strengthens the kidneys and the liver
Application:
Cornus berries have a long history of use in a variety of medicinal tonics, including those used to treat excessive urination, incontinence, excessive sweating, excessive menstrual bleeding, decreased erectile function and premature ejaculation. Cornus is also an ingredient in formulas that treat ringing of the ears (tinnitus), poor hearing, blurred vision, dizziness, shock and trauma, and a wide range of other conditions.





Customized Cornus Officinalis
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