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Solomon’s seal A perennial herb, the root of which contains allantoin; it is demulcent, nutrient and tonic.
Solomon’s seal is used for anorexia, fractures, gastric ulcers, hypoglycaemia, malnutrition, sexual dysfunction and urinary frequency; it is believed by some Chinese herbalists to be an aphrodisiac.
Solomon’s seal has been used in Western herbal medicine as an antiemetic and haemostatic, the effects which are uncertain; it may be applied topically for wounds and skin ulcers.
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Another Thai and former LPGT winner Renuka Suksokont put in a 69 to join current Taiwan LPGA Order of Merit leader Chen Yu Ju
at third with Taiwanese Yu Pei Lin and Thai Saraporn Langkulgasettrin, also a former LPGT winner, matching Superal's 70.
Former LPGT winner Renuka Suksokont sizzled at the front with a 33 for a 69 for joint third with Superal, current TLPGA Order of Merit leader Chen Yu Ju
, Taiwanese Yu Pei Lin and Thai Saraporn Langkulgasettrin, also a former LPGT winner.
For instance, the Chinese Qu Yu Ju
[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]--"a place of reducing stupidity"--was meant to convey humbleness and intelligence and to indicate that Americans and Chinese were intent on eliminating mutual misunderstanding.