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    Nuts and Seeds
   Almond - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Jing) (Special Healing Properties: Qi, Resolves Phlegm) product detailsLU, SP, LI 
   Cashew - Neutral, sweet. product detailsLU 
   Chestnut - Warm, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Yang) (Special Healing Properties: Circulates Blood) product detailsST, SP, KD 
   Coconut - Warm, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Blood) product detailsST, SP, HT, LI 
   Coconut Milk - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) (Special Healing Properties: Disperses Cold) product detailsHT 
   Flax (linseed) - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) product detailsST, LI, LV 
   Gingko - Neutral, sweet, bitter. (Special Healing Properties: Calms Spirit) product detailsLU, SP, KD 
   Hazel Nut - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Blood) product detailsST, SP 
   Hemp Seed - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) product detailsST, SP, LI 
   Peanut - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Blood) (Special Healing Properties: Resolves Water Accumulations, Resolves Phlegm) product detailsLU, SP 
   Pine Kernel - Warm, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Yin) (Special Healing Properties: Circulates Blood, Disperses Cold) product detailsLU, LI, LV 
   Pistachio - Neutral, sweet, bitter, sour. (Tonifies: Qi, Yang) product detailsSI, LI, KD, LV 
   Poppy Seed - Neutral, sweet. product detailsST, KD 
   Pumpkin Seed - Warm, sweet, bitter. (Special Healing Properties: Resolves Water Accumulations) product detailsST, SP, LI 
   Sesame, black - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Blood, Yin, Jing) product detailsSI, LI, KD, LV 
   Sesame, white - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Blood, Yin, Jing) product detailsSI, LI, KD, LV 
   Sunflower Seed - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi) product detailsSP, SI, LI 
   Walnut - Warm, sweet. (Tonifies: Qi, Yang, Jing) (Special Healing Properties: Disperses Cold, Resolves Phlegm) product detailsLU, SI, LI, KD 
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