Skip to content
Dear, wish you have a better 2021.
Dear, wish you have a better 2021.

Shi Luo Zi 蒔蘿籽, Dill Seed, Qian Li Xiang

Original price $0.00 - Original price $0.00
Original price $0.00
$11.99
$11.99 - $34.99
Current price $11.99
Choose a Unit

Buy Shi Luo Zi 蒔蘿籽, Dill Seed, Qian Li Xiang Online Direct From China.It is an excellent source of traditional Chinese medicine.Any Question Just Feel Free To Conatct Us>>

Product Description:

  • Product Name: Chinese Herba Dill Seed

  • Latin Name: Anethum graveolens L.

  • Common Name:Qian Li Xiang

  • Chinese Name: Shi Luo Zi 蒔蘿籽

  • Origin: An Hui Province,China

  • Package: Bag

  • Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place

Read More Info. About It (In English):

Pungent, warm; spleen and kidney meridians entered.
Actions
Warm the spleen and stomach, dispel cold, promote the circulation of qi and alleviate pain.
Indications
Hernia, flatulence and pain in the abdomen.

      Read More Info. About It (In Chinese 中文介绍):

      莳萝子概述(温脾肾 开胃 解鱼肉毒)
      莳萝子,为莳萝果实,成熟后采收果枝,晒干,打落果实,去净杂质,晒至干透。
      《本草求真》记载:“小茴,与宁夏大苘同功,入肝燥肾温胃,但其性力稍缓,不似大茴性热,仍看证候缓急,分别用之耳。酒炒盐水炒,各随病症活用。”
      莳萝子各家论述
      《本草正义》记载:“莳萝子,藏器谓治霍乱吐逆,腹冷不下食,两胁痞满,《日华》谓健脾开胃,杀鱼肉毒,治肾气。皆温辛行气散寒之功,治诸疝最佳,然辛香燥烈,耗气伤津,止可借以行经,不可独任重任。”
      莳萝子性状
      【性味】 味辛,性温
      【归经】 归脾,胃,肝,肾经。
      双悬果多分离为分果,呈扁平广卵形,表面呈棕色,侧棱延展呈翅状,合生面中央有一条棱线,气微香,味辛,麻舌。

      All Our Raw Herbs are dried, sterilized, tested, and packaged in vacuum-sealed bags or cartons.Please note that Herbs consist of the actual whole, raw herb (i.e. fruit, stem, root, flower, mineral, etc.) and are not processed into powders, caps, caps or formulas. Whole Raw Herbs DO NOT include usage information, as they are intended for professional herbalists and those customers who have the experience and knowledge necessary to safely prepare their own formulas.

      Disclaimer

      Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements on this website and all affiliates have not been evaluated by the FDA. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a trained health care practitioner. 

      Read More About Our Medicinal Herbs Guidelines>>