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Common Names: Black Cardamom seed, Bitter-seeded Cardamom, Sharp-Leaf Galangal Berry, Black Cardamom Seed Botanical Name: Alpinia Oxyphylla Fructus Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Yi Zhi Ren Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage. Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with Yin deficiency.
Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit Benefits & Information
Traditionally Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit warms the spleen and tonifies the kidney. Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit harvest occurs in summer and autumn when the fruit turns from green to red,. It is then dried in the sun or if needed at a low temperature. Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit contains anti-angiogenic properties, benefits digestive health, supports urinary health, eases nausea, and may alleviate pain. Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit Properties: Acrid, Warm Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit Channels / Meridians: Stomach, Spleen, Kidney Naturally Occurring Compounds In Alpinia Oxyphylla Fruit: yakuchinone A volatile oil, cineole, terpene and sesquiterpenes
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