Tibetan green fruit
(Handbook of Chinese medicinal materials)
[synonym] xiqingguo (Chinese herbal medicine manual), Xizang Qingguo (yinpianxinshen).
[source] it is the young fruit of Terminalia chebula. The plant morphology is detailed in the article "Terminalia chebula".
[collection] harvested from September to October, steamed and dried.
[herbal medicine] the dried young fruit is oblong oval, slightly like olive, with fruit stalk mark at the bottom, 2-3cm long and 0.5-1.2cm wide, with dark brown appearance and obvious longitudinal wrinkles. The flesh is thick, yellowish green, the core is not obvious, slightly hollow, small black brown, no hollow. No gas, bitter taste, slightly sweet. It is better to be dry and solid with no hollow section.
In the past, this product was imported from Nepal and sold through Tibet.
[nature and taste] 1. Yinpianxinshen: "sour, bitter and astringent, slightly cold. "
② "Plateau Chinese herbal medicine treatment manual": "bitter, cold. "
[Guijing] Manual of plateau Chinese herbal medicine treatment: "entering lung, stomach and other meridians. "
[function indications] it is used to treat deficiency syndrome, diphtheria, laryngitis, tonsillitis and bacillary dysentery.
① "Yinpianxinshen": "it can cure Yin deficiency and diphtheria, kill insects and generate fluid. "
② "Plateau Chinese herbal medicine treatment manual": "clearing heat and promoting fluid, detoxifying and astringent intestines. Treat pneumonia, dysentery, yin deficiency and diphtheria. Detoxify Aconitum. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1.5 yuan.
[taboo] yinpianxinshen: "it should not be used in patients with wind fire, sore throat and moderate cold. "
[prescription selection] ① for pneumonia, laryngitis and tonsillitis: Tibetan blueberry with mint, snakeberry, white peony, licorice, cortex moutan and scallop, fried in water. (manual of plateau Chinese herbal medicine treatment)
② Treatment of acute enteritis: Tibetan green fruit with geranium, fragrant green (Compositae fragrant green plants), decoction. (manual of plateau Chinese herbal medicine treatment)
[clinical application] treatment of bacillary dysentery
Add about 300 ml of Tibet Wenguo and fry for 3 hours. For adults, 15-20 ml, 10-15 ml for 10-15 years old and 5-10 ml for 5-10 years old, 3-4 times a day for 3-4 days. If the stool is not improved and the culture is positive, retention enema should also be used. It can also be made into an extract. Adults take it 3 times a day, 6-12g each time (0.6g of ganman extract is equal to 1g of the original crude drug), and children take it as appropriate. A total of 65 cases were observed. Except for the acute cases who had severe water loss, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting and were given infusion or belladonna mixture, no other anti dysentery drugs were given. In 41 cases of fever, the fever subsided in 3-36 hours, with an average of 16.54 hours; abdominal pain and sigmoid colic tenderness disappeared in 2-6 days; diarrhea disappeared in 2-7 days; stool characteristics and frequency mostly returned to normal in 3-5 days; microscopic examination of red and white blood cells and mucus disappeared, stool culture Shigella turned negative, with an average of 4.57 days and 3.65 days, respectively. There were no side effects and toxic symptoms during the treatment.
Chinese PinYin : Cang Qing Guo
Tibetan green fruit
Ginger peel. Jiang Pi
Baiyao. Da Bai Yao
Chinese herb. Hua Tou Cao
Wampee. Huang Pi
Empty bucket ginseng. Kong Tong Can
Phyllostachys heterocycla leaves. Ku Zhu Ye
Daughter Honggen. Nv Er Hong Gen
Bird urn. Que Weng
Root bark of Prunus mume. Shan Mei Hua Gen Pi
Stem and leaf of Gastrodia elata. Tian Ma Jing Ye
Smell in the soil. Tu Zhong Wen
Turtle gall. Yuan Dan