trifoliate orange

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trifoliate orange

Chinese medicine
A deciduous tree, the resinous wood of which is antidiarrhoeal, diuretic, carminative and expectorant; it is used for abdominal and chest pain, bloating, cholecystitis, diarrhoea and haemorrhoids.
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(52) Note that the Chinese text reproduced in Karim 1993 reads Zhancheng Xiyang zhuanyun zhi shi, whereas the text quoted by Zhuang 1991a omits the zhi.
(36.) Taiwan Education Association, 10-11;Tsurumi, Japanese Colonial Education, 14; Sun, "Ri zhi shi qi Taiwan shi fan xue xiao yin yue jiaoyu [Normal school music education in Taiwan during the Japanese rule], 6.
Li-Hua Gong, (1) Xiu-Xiu Chen, (1) Huan Wang, (2) Qi-Wei Jiang, (3) Shi-Shi Pan, (1) Jian-Ge Qiu, (3) Xiao-Long Mei, (3) You-Qiu Xue, (3) Wu-Ming Qin, (3) Fei-Yun Zheng, (1) Zhi Shi, (3) and Xiao-Jian Yan (1)
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