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Old 01-27-2007, 10:53 PM
 
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I don't have a Chinese herbalist nearby (I might be able to find it at the Int mkt, I'll see if my dd will look for it); but what's the list of stuff in it? I mean, is it the loquat fruit itself that's the magic ingredient? Or some other herbs & the loquat is just the tasty syrup? (In case we can find a tea with whatever herbs & not the syrup.)

I miss my loquat trees.
Here's what it says on the bottle: Active: Elm Bark 650 mg per teaspoon. In a Sucrose Syrup and Honey base of herbal extracts consisiting of: loquat leaf, fritillary, balloon flower root, snakegourd seed, sand root, senega root, tuckahoe, licorice root, ginger root, five flavored seed and peppermint.

Sorry, I forgot to check back on this thread.
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Cool! Thank you.

Yeah, the slippery elm tea from Trad Meds is really helpful on a raw throat. (What would that be, a demulcent? I'm talking out of my butt, it just sounds vaguely familiar.)
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