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Common Names: Haliotis diversicolor Shell, Concha holytides, Abalone Shell Botanical Name: Haliotis diversicolor shell Other Names: Concha Haliotidis Pin Yin Name: Shi Jue Ming Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Abalone shell should be given with caution to patients with indigestion or cold in the spleen and stomach caused by insufficiency.
Shi Jue Ming Benefits & Information
Shi Jue Ming is commonly reconized due to it's iridescence color. Shi Jue Ming is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to help with conditions such as vertigo, dizziness, blurred vision, headaches, computer eyes, and to improve visual acuity. Nutrients in the Shi Jue Ming are iron, choline, serine, magnesium, silicate, glutamic acid, and phosphate (to name a few). Shi Jue Ming has the properties of salty and cold in traditional Chinese medicine. Shi Jue Ming has properties that mimic the sympathetic nervous system. It has antipyreteic sedative and anti-hypertensive properties. It also has antibiotic properties. Shi Jue Ming pacifies the liver and subdues the yang. It clears liver heat and benefits vision.
Shi Jue Ming Channels / Meridians: Liver Shi Jue Ming Properties: Salty, Cold Shi Jue Ming Naturally Occuring Components: alanine, choline, iron, serine, glutamic acid, phosphate, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B
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