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Common Names: Melia, Pagoda Tree Fruit, Szechuan Pagoda Tree Fruit, China Berry, Chinaberry, Bakayan, Chinese Scholar Tree Fruit, Japanese Pagoda Tree Fruit
Botanical Name: Meliae toosendan fructus, Styphnolobium japonicum, Melia azedarach
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Chuan Lian Zi
Melia Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Melia Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Melia Benefits & Information
The melia tree (pagoda tree) is a flowering tree native to China. The fruit of the melia tree has a long history of medicinal use for a variety of health concerns. In traditional Chinese medicine melia promotes the flow of Qi, clears damp-heat, clears liver health, kills parasites ad regulates Qi. Research has found that melia contains compounds that aid in the reduction of inflammation, ease abdominal pain, and may aid in the expulsion of parasites such as tapeworms and roundworms. Melia benefits stomach health and supports a healthy immune system. Melia has analgesic anti-parasitic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory effects.
Melia can be used in a tea, decoction, or tincture. Melia powder is perfect to make your own fresh filler-free melia capsules.
Melia Herb Category: Herbs that Regulate Qi
Melia Properties: Bitter, Cold, Slightly toxic
Melia Channels / Meridians: Liver, Small Intestine, Stomach, Bladder
Melia Naturally Occurring Components: tridecane, toosendanin, neoazedarachinA, B, D, kulactone, β-Sitosterol,lipomelianyl 3-O-stearate
Herbs That Combine With Melia
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