• Disease
  • Herb
  • Action
  • Nutrient
  • Massage Therapy
  • Glossary

Fringed Pink Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Fringed Pink
Glycemic Index / Load
Fringed Pink
Botanical Name
Dianthus Superbus
Chinese Name
Qu Mai

Do you know this herb by any other name ? Click Here.

Fringed Pink Cures

Highly Effective


Action of Fringed Pink

Nutrients in Fringed Pink

Taste of
Fringed Pink

Nature of
Fringed Pink


Parts Used

Flowers, Leaves, Nectar

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Fringed Pink

Avoid use during Pregnancy as it causes Uterine Contractions.

Drug Interaction :
If you are taking Fringed Pink then do not take Diuretic medication.
Sponsored Links


Fringed Pink is a plant.
It is perennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 60 Cm.
Best used for Dysuria.

In TCM :
Fringed Pink : Qu Mai
Meridians associated : Urinary Bladder, Heart and Small Intestine.
Sponsored Links

Materia Medica for Fringed Pink

Sponsored Links
Multiple Herbs How to Use Herbal Treatment? Click Here +

Herbal Treatment For Constipation 10

Make a decoctrion of Snake Gourd seed and Fringed Pink flowers. Take it twice a day.
Caution :
Excess use may cause toxicity.
Your Query - This is a community service. You may ask and answer a query.
[Note: You are requested to write correct English only. Please do not use SMS English, Short Text and Words like hi, hello.]
[Optional: For better guidance]
[Optional: To get email Alert]
[Optional: To get message Alert]
Sponsored Links