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Suo Luo Zi – Chinese Buckeye Seed – Semen Aesculi

Suo Luo Zi

English Name: aesculus seed, Chinese buckeye, Wilson buckeye seed

Pharmaceutical Name: Semen Aesculi

Medica Category: Qi-Regulating Herbs

Properties: Suo Luo Zi enters the Liver and Stomach channels; it is sweet in nature and warm in temperature.

What is Suo Luo Zi?:

The Chinese Herb Suo Luo Zi is the seed of a tree commonly known as the Chinese Horse Chestnut or the Chinese Buckeye (Aesculuc chinensis Bge.). Native to Northern China, it blooms with showy white flowers in the Spring; these flowers are followed by the appearance of acorns in the fall which ripen to produce one or two seeds that eventually drop to the ground. It is these seeds that are harvested/collected and dried for use as medicine.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Therapeutic Actions of Suo Luo Zi:

Suo Luo Zi regulates qi and harmonizes imbalance between the Liver and the Stomach in the middle jiao to address hypochondriac and abdominal pain/bloating. It also addresses breast distention and tenderness that occurs before menstruation.

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