June 21, 2010
Buddhist fingers orange
Buddhist fingers orange is one member of the family Rutaceae. This orange has the Latin name Citrus medica, which features exactly the same as orange but there is a difference of this orange, they have the pieces that make up the finger and if the old will change color to yellow.
China people also often use them as room fragrances, for sweets, seasoning mix and others. What is certain is widely used for the drug. Namely, thinly sliced orange and then dried without sunlight and then boiled. Cooking water was later taken to heal stomach ulcers, digestion and colds earlier. Even the buds of leaves and seeds is very effective for deworming disease.