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Chinese flowering crabapple, hai tang guoChinese Flowering Crabapple

Malus hupehensis (Pamp.) Rehd., PEAR LEAF CRABAPPLE

CHINESE CATALPA, HAI TANG GUO

 

The flowering crabapple, hai tang guo, is also called hai tang, qiu zi (Chinese catalpa) and hai hong (ocean red). It is a small tree growing to a height of 3-8 meters.

The fruit is ball-shaped with a diameter of 20-30 mm, the outer surface bare and smooth and either red or pale yellow in color. The end of the fruit retains the flower calyx.

The flesh of the fruit is pale pink or cream in color, the texture crisp and the flavor sweet or sour-sweet. There. is a seed in the centre.

The fruit ripens in the autumn. It is neither hot nor cold in nature, and is without poison. The virtue of the fruit is that it can invigorate the spleen and stop diarrhea. It contains carbohydrate, many vitamins, organic acid, tannin, etc.

APPLICATIONS

1. INDIGESTION; INDIGESTION WITH A SWOLLEN STOMACH. Take 30 grams of fresh fruit, discard the stone and eat. Do this twice a day.

2. INFLAMMATION OF THE INTESTINES; DYSENTERY CAUSING DIARRHEA; STOMACH PAINS. Take 15 grams of dry fruit, add water and steam till cooked then serve. Do this 3 times a day.


3. DIARRHEA IN SMALL CHILDREN. Take 3-6 grams of dried fruit and 1-5 grams of bone charcoal (sheep or pig bones are baked until they turn into charcoal and are then crushed). Cover with water and simmer till cooked, then serve. Do this every day 3 time

4. HEMORRHOIDS, BLEEDING AND PAINFUL. Take 30 grams of fresh fruit and eat in the morning and again in the evening. In addition take 500 grams of fresh fruit or 250 grams of dried fruit, add water and steam till cooked, then wash affected parts daily while the liquid is warm.

WARNING

Do not eat this fruit if suffering from gastric ulcers or hyperacidity.

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