Job’s Tears

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A grass, the seeds of which are anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, decongestant, diuretic, and nutritive
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Previous experimental studies have demonstrated that CSS and MBSP are limited to Zea species, including maize and its teosinte relatives, whereas other Poaceae such Tripsacum, Coix, and Sorghum species, do not harbor either bacterial pathogen (Nault 1980).
One experiment evaluated efficacy of xiaomi granules (M^Ki) Glycyrrhiza glabra, Pinellia ternana, Scutellaria baicalensis, Codonopsis pilosula, Coptis chinensis, Astragalus membranaceus, Coix lacryma jobi var.
In addition to including the ingredients that have long been the foundation of the Chocola BB brand in Japan, such as vitamin B6, nicotinamide, royal jelly and taurine to support consumers' beauty and wellness, Chocola BB Royal Drink also specially contains collagen, L-carnitine, coix seed, polygonatum rhizome and goji berry to specifically address the needs of consumers in China.
49 at Carruthers & Kent), while La Coix Gratiot, Roussanne 2012 (PS9.
1 1 Wetland Coix caryopsis 1 Coix involucral bract fragments 22 131 147 3 Fruits/nuts Cratageus sp.
Lee Schwartzberg: A phase IIb trial of coix seed injection for advanced pancreatic cancer.
In contract, the outranking approach methods such as the Elimination Et Coix Traduisant la Realite (ELECTRE) family [55], the Preference Ranking Organization Method for Enrichment Evaluation (PROMETHEE) I and II [56], and Regime Method Analysis [57] are not used as broadly in the GIS environment.
Ke'o Kawu comprises Job's tears (ke'o), Coix lacryma-jobi, and kawu, the belly fat of water buffalo, or nowadays cattle.
Their extensive list includes: red sandalwood (for detoxification), coix seed (to help with whitening), Korean angelica (to improve blood circulation), mung beans (to whiten and firm the skin), algae (for circulation and moisture), Trichosanthes kirilowii root (anti-inflammatory), mulberry root bark (to aid cell-repair) and more.
Ruddick (Birtley) WRET2 TJ Donaghue (Ireland); P McCormick (Birtley) WRSC2 K Purcell (Ireland); I McCormick (Birtley) WPTS 8-1 R Hunt (Bishop Auckland); I Steele (Birtley) WPTS 3-2 S Moylan (Ireland); T Ward (Birtley) Wpts 14-0 D Murray (Ireland); T Whitfield (Birtley) LPTS 3-9 J Groves (Newbiggin); C Dixon (Birtley) WPTS 27-3 W Coix (USA); D Hardcastle (Birtley) WPTS 11-6 J Vlanski (USA); G Barr (Birtley) WPTS 18-6 H
Keywords: Adlay oil; Coix lachryma-jobi; Plasma lipids; Insulin; Leptin; Rats
The men wore coix seeds embedded in their skin, and bamboo earrings.