Plum Flower Chaenomeles Fruit
Pinyin Name: Mu Gua
English Name: Chaenomeles, Flowering Quince Fruit
Properties: sour, warm
Channels Entered: Liver, Spleen
Relax sinews, nourish muscles and tendons, musculoskeletal disorders characterized by muscle cramps, spasms and stiffness, difficult movement, muscle atrophy in lower extremities, edema, swelling and pain in the legs, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, food stagnation, degenerative gastritis are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.
Primary Traditional Functions
Relaxes Sinews, Opens Channels and Collaterals
Warm yet not drying, sour yet not astringent, Mu Gua enters the liver to nourish the muscles and tendons. It is one of the most common herbs used to treat musculoskeletal disorders characterized by muscle cramps, spasms and stiffness. It is useful to treat acute and chronic conditions and is most effective for treating the lower body.
- Painful obstruction syndrome, stiffness and spasms of the sinews
- Muscle stiffness and spasms with difficult movement
- Muscle spasms due to blood deficiency
- Weakness and atrophy of muscles in the lower extremities
- Leg qi with edema, swelling and pain in the lower extremities
Dissolves Dampness and Harmonizes the Stomach
Dissolves dampness from the middle burner and harmonizes the Spleen and Stomach to relieve abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting. Also useful during diarrhea and cramps, or calf muscle and lower leg cramps following excessive loss of fluids from vomiting.
- Nausea, vomiting, and cramps.
- Good for indigestion or food stagnation
- Degenerative gastritis
Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 2 grams per day or as directed by your health practitioner.
Cautions & Contraindications
Each bottle contains 100 grams.