Galla Chinensis is the gall produced mainly by parasitic aphids of Melaphis chinensis (Bell) Baker on the leaf of Rhus chinensis Mill. ,Rhus potaninii Maxim, or Rhus phunjabensis Stew. var. sinica (Diels) Rehd. et Wils. (Fam. Anacardiaceae). According to its form the drug is divided into “Dubei” and “Jiaobei”. According to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese gall has sour, salty and cold properties, and is associated with the Kidney, Large Intestine and Lung meridians. Its main functions are to help contain lung qi and to absorb moisture. Chinese gall has astringent, antidiarrheal and antibacterial properties. It treats digestive disorders such as diarrhea and dysentery, reduces coughs, congestion and inflammation, and helps to stop night sweats and spontaneous perspiration. Chinese gall can also be applied topically to stop bleeding, promote wound healing, and reduce scarring from burns, scrapes and cuts.
Main functions: Anti-oxidant and anti-microbial; Improving the body disease-resistant ability, liver and gastrointestinal system function ; Treating chronic diarrhea and dysentery; Dispelling heat, eliminating irritability, diuretic, cooling blood and detoxification; Enhancing immunity; Used into wine, canned, condensed juice and other more nourishment.
Physical and chemical analysis:
Light Yellow Powder
Tannic Acid Content (Dry Basis)
Neutral/slight astringent taste
PH(1% In Water)
Residue On Ignition
Loss on Drying
Gums, Dextrin Test
Colour Gardner(1/10 alcohol)
Very soluble in water,freely
soluble in acetone,in alcohol
Meet USP Requirements
Total Plate Count
Conform to specification.
Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. N.W:25kgs .I.D.35×H51cm;
Keep in cool & dry place. Keep away from strong light and heat.
24 months under the conditions above and in its original packaging.