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Jujube

Other Names: Jubjube, Chinese Date, Korean Date, Da Zao, Indian Date, Zyzyphus Jubjube
Traditional Uses: Tonic for the Liver, Hair Growth, Improves Strength and Stamina, Measles, Chickenpox, Typhoid Fever, Eyewash for Inflammations, Sleeplessness, Mental Fatigue, Pain, Distress, Respiratory Flu, Treat Shortness of Breath, Mildly Sedating, Kill Worms and Parasites in the Intestinal Tracts, Blood Tonic, Anemia, Nerve Disorders, Hepatitis, Anorexia
Resources: China, Japan, Southeast Asia, US
Parts Used: Leaves, Pits, Roots, Heartwood, Fruit, Bark
Herbal Research: Jujube


Jujube - Herbal remedy for Blood Pressure:  Fresh or dried leaves of jujube can be boiled in water and taken as a herbal tea twice a day.  Jujube supplements (250 milligrams ) must be taken an hour before bedtime. 

Jujube - Herbal remedy for Hypertension: Take 250 milligrams of jujube tablet an hour before bedtime. 

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