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Man Jing Zi

English Name: vitex, chaste tree fruit

Pharmaceutical Name: Fructus Viticus

Medica Category: Wind-Heat Releasing Herbs

Properties: Man Jing Zi enters the Liver, Stomach, and Urinary Bladder channels; it is acrid and bitter in nature and cool in temperature.

What is Man Jing Zi😕

The Chinese Herb Mang Jing Zi is the unprocessed, mature fruit of the chaste tree (Vitex trifolia L. var. simplicifolia Cham. or V. trifolia L.) that grow native to various provinces in China.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Therapeutic Actions of Man Jing Zi:

Man Jing Zi clears wind-heat from the eyes, head and face and treats wind-heat related eye complaints (e.g. redness, itching, floaters), temporal headaches, dizziness, and swelling/pain in the gums.

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