Jigak(枳殼)A

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Scientific Name Citrus aurantium L.
Latin Name Aurantii Fructus Pericarpium
Used Part fruit
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Mophology This drug is spherical or semi-spherical by dissection, and 3 ~ 5 cm in diameter. The outer surface is greenish brown ~ reddish brown with granular bulges. The bulge has a dent spot and scars of fruit stalks and pedicels. The pericarp is 6 ~ 13 mm thick and yellowish white. The texture is hard and difficult to snap off. The cut surface is smooth with several bulges and seeds inside. It smells characteristic, and tastes bitter and slightly sour.
Efficacy

Pagi

A treatment technique, which helps Gigi circulation to resolve Woolgyeol and stagnated Gi.

Sojeok

Efficacy in removing abdominal mass.

Pagi

This is one of regulateing Gi methods.

Haengdam

Efficacy in passing through phlegm and moving.

Diseases and symptom

Guyeok(嘔逆)

vomiting

Sikjeok(食積)

retention of undigested food; dyspepsia retention of food resulting from dysfunction of the spleen and stomach

Jagungtalsu(子宮脫垂)

prolapse of uterus

Talhang(脫肛)

prolapse of the rectum

Harihujung(下痢後重)

This is heavy feeling on the back after dysentery.

Hyeopchang(脇脹)

full sensation in the hypochondrium

Hyunggyeokdamche(胸膈痰滯)

This is a symptom with an attack of phlegm in the chest and diaphragm.

Hyungbi(胸痺)

pectoral pain with stuffiness; chest impediment; chest blockage; obstruction of Gi in the chest (1) a morbid condition due to stagnation of dampness and phlegm, marked by choking pain in the chest, sometimes referring to the back, usually accompanied by shortness of breath, cough. (2) obstruction of Gi in the stomach, chest pain that occurs immediately after eating, accompanied by difficulty in swallowing and frequent vomiting.

Huigi(噫氣)

This is belching. Gi that is filled with stomach is going out.

Processing

DRY-FRIED BITTER ORANGE (초지각(炒枳殼)) : The sliced herb is dry-fried (occasionally with bran) until slightly yellow. This is also known as prepared bitter orange(生枳殼),and its action are more moderate than inprepared bitter orange. Dry-frying also reduces the slight digestive irritation that the sour flavor can causes, and is thus more appropriate for elderly or weak patients, or for inclusion in tonifying formulas to aid digestion., CHARRED BITTER ORANGE (지각탄(枳殼炭)) : The sliced fruit is dry-fried until scorched and blackened externally, and the interior has turned dark yellow. It is also known as scorched unripe bitter orange(焦枳殼). This method of preparation greatly moderates the cold quality of the fruit and allows it to enter the blood level to stop bleeding. It is also used for qi blockage disprders associated with bleeding, for example, Intestinal wind.

Properties and Tastes sweetness and acridity, nontoxicity, coolness
Working Organs large intestine; spleen; lung
Contraindication It should be used carefully for a person having weak spleen & kidney and for pregnant woman.
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DB Publishing Date Dec 6, 2007
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