Scientist, Herbalist Bui Dac Sang, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Oriental Medicine Association (Hanoi) said that the Buddha’s hand tree’s stem, leaves, and pods all contain essential oils and many vitamins B1, B6, B12 and C. , E… and minerals such as zinc, calcium, iron, selenium…
Buddha’s hand is a native plant of China and Japan, grown quite popularly in Vietnam.
According to Oriental medicine, Buddha’s hand has a spicy, sour and bitter taste, warm nature; into the waste can; has the effect of physicochemical phlegm, letter can harmonize only system. Buddha’s hand is used for cases of pain in the intercostal region, epigastrium, nausea, vomiting, cough, bronchial asthma with a lot of phlegm, difficulty breathing. Dosage: 02-10g dried fruit, in the form of cooking and drinking.
Colonel Bui Hong Minh, Vice Chairman of Ba Dinh Oriental Medicine Association (Hanoi) said that Buddha’s hand is not only a kind of fruit displayed on the altar for beauty, but also a precious medicine for the stomach and digestion. In India, Buddha’s hand is used to fight vomiting, reduce fever, sedation, headache, and fever. In China, Buddha’s hand is used in combination with other medicines to help treat hepatitis.
Buddha hand, illustration.
According to Herbalist Bui Hong Minh, Buddha’s hand fruit is used as a medicine quite popular in China. However, in Vietnam, the medicinal use of Buddha’s hand is not paid much attention to.
Buddha’s hand is a precious fruit, very good for digestion. People with anorexia, indigestion, back pain can use 50g of thinly sliced Buddha’s hand, 12g of piercing pepper, 12g of sa kernel, 12g of repatriation; All powdered, mixed with boiling water to warm and then drink. Dosage: 2 times a day.
In case of stomach pain caused by cold, you can use it dried buddha 15g, roasted rice 30g; decoction 3 times a day. Those who want to use Buddha’s hand to aid digestion can use 15g of rice, 100g of alum sugar, cook Buddha’s hand to get water and then cook porridge in the morning.
People with liver damage due to inflammation can use 9 g dried Buddha’s hand; Incompatibility (under 10 years old use 1g each year, over 10 years old use 1g every 2 years). Usage: decoction with water, mixed with sugar, divided into 3 times a day, 10 days each course.
According to herbalist scientist Bui Dac Sang, Buddha’s hand has the effect of nourishing the lungs, treating coughs, phlegm, and tracheitis very effectively. How to use Buddha’s hand as medicine: Buddha’s hand 6g, semi-limited 6g; drink during the day. In case of fever, cough, chest pain due to pleural effusion, you can use 10 – 15g Buddha’s hand, 60 – 80g of plain rice to cook porridge to help the disease heal quickly.
Some other remedies from Buddha’s hand:
– Cure fullness, anorexia, vomiting: Buddha’s hand 03-10g, drink or soak in alcohol.
– Cure duodenal ulcer: Buddha Thu 10g. Wash, cut into small pieces, boil water to drink instead of tea once a day.
– Treatment of dysmenorrhea: 30g fresh buddha hand, 6g dong quai, 6g fresh ginger, 30g rice wine, just enough water. Color drink.
– Cure women with a lot of white blood (gas): 30g Buddha’s hand, about 0.5 – 1m long pig’s heart. Cook for instant food 5-7 days.
– Treatment of epilepsy: 30g Buddha’s hand root, 1 white feathered hen clean and cook the chicken. Drink water, eat chicken.
– Cure drunkenness: fresh Buddha hand 30g. Color of drinking water.
The herbalist said that when using Buddha’s hand as medicine, it is necessary to know the origin, it is best to use Buddha’s hand that can be seen at home. Note that heat and negative people should not use Buddha’s hand.
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