Alias: Chicken head rice, chicken head bud, chicken head lotus
Qianshi shi, a traditional Chinese medicinal material, is also known as chicken head rice, chicken head bud, chicken head lotus, thorn lotus, Zhaoshi, etc. It is a dry mature seed of the water lily family. The granules are full, uniform, and powdery, and are not broken, dry and free of impurities. It has effects such as astringent solid essence, suitable for chronic diarrhea and urinary frequency, dream ejaculation, women with polyacid acid. In addition, the coriander is a foliage plant. In Chinese-style gardens, waterscapes with lotuses, water lilies, cattails, etc. are particularly wild. The performance of this product is similar to that of lotus seeds. It has the effects of nourishing the spleen and stomach, astringent essence, stopping the band and stopping diarrhea. Stronger astringency than lotus seeds. Can be used alone for porridge or grind, decoction. It is often used with lotus seeds. "The immortal formula takes this lotus lotus bait, which is very beneficial." (Liang Dai Tao Hongjing) Ancient Fang Shui Lu Dan used this product to study the ground, boil gold cherry seeds to take juice and pills, and cure kidney qi. Solid, nocturnal emission and frequent urination, quite favored by physicians.