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Dehydrate Tangerine Peel/ Guang Chen Pi (3 oz)
From the manufacturer:
This product is the dried, mature peel of the tangerine (Rutaceae and its cultivated varieties.)
The taste is bitter, pungent, and it is warming.
It enters the Lung and Spleen meridians.
Indications: It is used to regulate qi, support the middle burner [digestion], dry dampness, resolve phlegm. It has been used to cure fullness of chest and abdomen, reluctance to eat, vomiting, coughing, and phlegm. Also, it has been used for fish and crab poisoning.
Cautions: Pay attention to allergies. It is not suitable for patients with Qi deficiency and Yin deficiency and dry cough. Avoid with hematemesis [vomiting blood].
1.Tangerine Peel and Poria Congee
20 grams of tangerine peel (or 30 grams fresh), 30 grams of poria [fu ling], 100 grams of steamed rice.
First decoct the tangerine peel and tuckahoe [poria] to remove the dregs, then add the steamed rice to cook the porridge, or dry the tangerine peel and tuckahoe into fine powder, each 3~5g, and add it to the boiled rice porridge, and cook the porridge.
Eat the porridge 1 to 2 times a day for 10 to 15 days.
Efficacy: It regulates qi and invigorates the spleen, resolves phlegm and calms the nerves.