Coix seed (Coix lacryma-Jobi) is a whole grain cereal that has been used as food and medicinal herbs
Coix (Coix lacryma-jobi Linné. var. mayuen Stapf), also called adlay or pearl barley, is a grain-bearing perennial plant belonging to the grass family Poaceae. The grain is used as a source of food, drugs, and ornamentation, and the seed is used as a traditional Chinese medicine. Most traditional Chinese medical regimens are combinations of various ingredients, including from plant and animal sources. In contrast, coix seed is often used as a single source drug. It has been reported that coix seed contains coixenolide, and coixol, and it has traditionally been used to treat disorders such as cancer, as well as warts and skin pigmentation.
Functions: induce diuresis, alleviate edema, invigorate spleen, check diarrhea, remove arthralgia, discharge pus, detoxify and disperse nodules. Indicated for edema, beriberi, dysuria, diarrhea due to spleen deficiency, dampness arthralgia, lung carbuncle, intestinal carbuncle, verruca, and cancer.
Storage: Be stored in a cool, dry, and moth-proof place.
Drug production license No.: JI 20190001
Executive standard: Chinese Pharmacopoeia 2020
YILING Coix Seed 200g/bottle
Name: Coix Seed Specification: 200g/bottle Dosage: 9-30g per time Warnings: DO NOT USE if you are
Coix seeds are high in Vitamin B3, also known as niacin. This nutrient aids in skin brightening and evens out the complexion. It is also rich in peptides to firm the skin and prevent premature signs of ageing. This is why coix seeds are frequently seen in mask sheets.