Lida DaiDaihua Active Ingredients
The main ingredient in LiDa DaiDaiHua is an extract of Bitter Orange which is also known as DaiDaiHua(Chinese) or Bitter Orange(English). Scientists have discovered that these fruits contain a compound called Synephrine which is proven to be a powerful Thermogenic - Fat/Calorie Burner and Appetite Suppressant.
The daidai (Japanese: 橙, 臭橙; Chinese: 代代花; Korean: 광귤, gwanggyul), is an Asian variety of bitter orange. The name daidai, originally meaning several generations, originates from the fruit staying on the tree for several years if not picked. The colour of the fruit returns to green in the spring. The fruit is very bitter, and not usually eaten, but its dried peel is used in Kampo (the Japanese adaptation of Chinese medicine), in which it is called kijitsu (枳実) . It is used as an expectorant and a digestive tonic.
Bitter orange has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. It is based on the concept that disease results from disruption in the flow of qi and imbalance in the forces of yin and yang. Practices such as herbs, meditation, massage, and acupuncture seek to aid healing by restoring the yin-yang balance and the flow of qi. and by indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest for nausea, indigestion, and constipation. Current uses of bitter orange are for heartburn, loss of appetite, nasal congestion, and weight loss. It is also applied to the skin for fungal infections such as ringworm and athlete's foot.
People should avoid taking bitter orange if they have a heart condition or high blood pressure, or if they are taking medications (such as MAO inhibitors), caffeine, or other herbs/supplements that speed up the heart rate. Due to lack of safety evidence, pregnant women should avoid products that contain bitter orange.
Mulberry Leaf Extract
Mulberry leaves have long been used in Chinese medicine for the prevention and treatment of diabetes; they contain compounds that suppress high blood sugar levels. Mulberries are often made into ointment for internal consumption to reduce fever, quench thirst, improve spirits and reduce heat in the small intestines; beneficial to the internal organs, good for the joints, effective in promoting blood circulation, increase yin energy in the body; frequently used to treat diabetes, dizziness, insomnia and constipation. Mulberries can improve the condition of the lver and kedney, increase the quantity of blood, counteract alcoholism, relieve rheumatism, sharpen vision and improve hearing.
In traditional Chinese medicine, cassia seeds are sweet, bitter and salty in flavor, slightly cold in nature, and are associated with the Liver, Kidney and Large Intestine meridians. Its main functions are to remove heat, improve eyesight, and relax the bowels. Traditionally, it is used to treat blurred vision and eyes that are bloodshot. Some practitioners employ cassia seed as a laxative to treat constipation. There is also evidence that it helps to reduce blood pressure.
Good for diarrhea, rheumatism, muscular twitching, difficulty in movements of joints, edema, beriberi, lung diseases, whitish vaginal discharge. Cool; sweet and light flavor, detoxicates; used as a spleen tonic and a lung tonic; diuretic, affects the spleen, lungs and kidneys. Jobís-tears is reported to inhibit the growth of and destroy cancer cells.
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