Ziziphus jujube

Ziziphus jujube (ziˑ ·z·fs jōōˑ ·jōō·bē),

n parts used: fruit, leaves, seed, root, plant; uses: pain, poisoning, anticancer, diuretic, irritated tissue, expectorant, sedative, respiratory disease, burns, cooling of the body, relaxant, skin conditions, facilitation of stomach action, general health, weight gain, muscular strength, stamina, liver function, immune system function, antipyretic, hair growth, strangury, vasoconstriction, blood purification, chronic fatigue, treat appetite loss, antidiarrheal, anemia, irritability, hysteria, palpitations, insomnia, night sweats, dyspepsia, wound healing, ulcers, hypertonia, nephritis; precautions: may cause angioneurotic edema. Also called
jujube, azufaifo, bedara china, Chinese date, Chinese jujube, common jujube, dara, hong zao, Indian jujube, jujube, jujubier, kan tsao, kola, liane crocs chien, liang tsao, mei tsao, nabug, nan tsao, pei tsao, perita haitiana, petite pomme, pomme malcadi, ponsere, suan tsao, ta tsao, tsao, unnab, unnap agaci, widara, and
dazao.
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They include species like; ziziphus jujube, albizia lebbeck, delonix regia and ficus altissima," he said.