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Chinese Herb Gingko Seeds

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Latin Name : Gingko Biloba
Chinese Name : Ying hsing
Botany : A tree reaching up to 35m in height, with fan-shaped leaves and green white buds, which open up during the night but drop very quickly; 1 to 2 cm long fruits with a smooth, hard, pale brown shell
Found in: China, Japan and by now also in Europe and in North America.
Parts of the plant used :Seeds
The relevant organs: Heart, Kidneys and lungs.
Energy : Neutral
Flavour:Sweet, bitter
Effects:In traditional Chinese medicine, Ginko stimulates the inherited energy, feeds the kidney Yin, warms the lung energy, it draws together and clams, alleviates coughs, strengthens the heart, stimulates digestion and serves as an antidote to alcohol poisoning.

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