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Shiva madam (Yin Du)

black rhino horn
1988

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$1200.-

Heart beat (Sun Du)

white horn powder
2gramm / day

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$6230.-

Liver Kiss (Yin Du)

black rhino horn powder
1gramm / day

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$10 074.-

Sleep well (Fij We)

sumatran horn powder
0,5 gramm / occasion

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$21 132 330.-

Liver Kiss (Yin Du)

black rhino horn powder 1gramm / day

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$1200.-

Heart beat (Sun Du)

white horn powder
2gramm / day

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$1200.-

Liver Kiss (Yin Du)

black rhino horn powder
1gramm / day

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$10 074.-

Sleep well (Fij We)

sumatran horn powder
0,5 gramm / occasion

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$21 132 330.-

Liver Kiss (Yin Du)

black rhino horn powder
1gramm / day

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$10 074.-

Sleep well (Fij We)

sumatran horn powder
0,5 gramm / occasion

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$21 132 330.-
Pinyin Name: Xi Jiao
Alternate Chinese Names: Xi Niu Jiao, Wu Xi Jiao
Original Source Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing
(Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica)
English Name: rhinoceros horn
Zoological Names: Rhinoceros unicornis L. (Yin Du Xi);
Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest. (Zhao Wa Xi);
Rhinoceros sumatrensis (Fischer) (Su Men Da La Xi);
Rhinoceros bicornis L. (Hei Xi);
Rhinoceros simus Burchell (Bai Xi)
Pharmaceutical Name: Cornu Rhinoceri
Properties: bitter, salty, cold
Channels Entered: Heart, Liver, Stomach
Pharmaceutical Preparations: The horn of the African rhinoceros is sawn into small pieces. Then, the pieces are steamed or boiled and cut into slices or ground into powder.
Functions: 1. To clear heat and relieve convulsions;
2. To cool blood and release toxins.
Indications & Combinations: 1. Fever, unconsciousness, delirium and convulsions. Rhinoceros horn (Xijiao) is used with Isatis leaf (Daqingye), Gypsum (Shigao) and Antelope's horn (Lingyangjiao).
2. Hemorrhagic disease due to extravasation of blood by heat manifested as vomiting with blood, epistaxis and subcutaneous bleeding. Rhinoceros horn (Xijiao) is used with Moutan bark (Mudanpi), Fresh rehmannia root (Shengdihuang) and Red peony (Chishao).
Dosage: 1.5-6 g
Cautions & Contraindications: Rhinoceros horn should not be mixed with Wild aconite root (Caowu) and Monkshood root (Chuanwu), and it must be used with caution during pregnancy.
Note: Although rhinoceros horn is a traditional medicinal substance, its scarcity encourages the common substitution of water buffalo's horn.