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It had been proved experimentally and clinically that the Kanglaite Injection had a broad spectrum of anti-tumor and anti-metastasis action, such as hepatic cancer and pulmonary cancer, along with the action of enhancing host immunity.When used in combined treatment with chemotherapy or radiotherapy, the Kanglaite Injection can increase the sensitivity of tumor cells, reduce the toxicity of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, relieve cancerous pain, improve cachexia, and raise the quality of life in advanced cancer victims.It’s also called Coix, yi yi ren, Chi Shih, Chieh Li, Djali Batoe and that’s just a start.Description: This annual grass is native to south-east Asia and grows to a height of around 3 feet, with knobbly, bamboo-like stems from the bases of which new ‘tillers’ arise, these sometimes self- layering.The general became so fond of Job’s tears that he carried back several cartloads of the seeds to his own country.In Central America, strings of Job’s tears are used for the arms and legs of little seed dolls.Strings of Job’s tears were reportedly given to teething babies. Shaker gourds are probably one of the earliest musical instruments.

Its pharmaceutical name is Semen Coicis Lachrymajobi of the family Gramineae.The generic name of Job’s tears, coix, comes from the Greek koix, meaning “palm”, a name given by Linnaeus, The specific name lacryma-jobi, means tears of Job, an allusion to the large tear-like sheaths enclosing the flowers.Properties: Diuretic, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antidiarrheal, Anodyne; Anthelmintic; Antipyretic; Antispasmodic; Diuretic; Hypoglycemic; Pectoral; Refrigerant; Sedative; Tonic Energetics: Kernels and roots: Sweet, bland, cool to cold. Meridians/Organs affected: Kidney, Lung, Spleen, stomach Medicinal Uses: In Chinese medicine, the seeds strengthen the spleen and counteract “damp heat”, and are used for edema, diarrhea, rheumatoid arthritis and difficult urination.When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots.

Grow them on in cool conditions and plant out in late spring after the last expected frosts. In a suitable climate, it takes about 4 – 5 months from seed to produce new seed. Plants are cut off at base and grain separated by threshing.

One hundred-fifty seeds were strung to keep track of daily recitations of the Psalms. It is in the monasteries that the seeds were first called Lachrima Iob (Job’s tears).) Their natural color is white, but they can be dyed shades of red, blue, green and yellow.