Lurong is the young pilose antler of male Cervus,
nippon Temminck or Cervus elaphus Linnaeus (Fam.
Cervidae). The former is known as " Hualurong (sika deer
pilose antler)", the later known as "Malurong (red
deer pilose antler)".
To promote virility, replenish vital essence
and blood, and strengthen the tendons and bones , to regulate
the meridians related to the uterus and conception, and promote
the bursting of abscess and drainage of pus.
Impotence, spermatorrhea, or frigidity and infertility;
emaciation, lassitude, aversion to cold, dizziness, tinnitus,
impairment of hearing, back pain accopanied by cold sensation,
and weakness of the limbs; abnormal uterine bleeding and leukorrhea;
chronic cores difficult to heal.
be ground into powder and taken liquid with it.