(Guizhou herbal medicine)
[synonym] button flower, rock wind.
[source] it is the root of Euonymus lanceolata.
[plant morphology] Euonymus lanceolata
Climbing shrubs, up to 6 m high. Bark grayish brown, branchlets tetragonal. Leaves opposite, thin leathery, lanceolate, 8-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, apex acuminate, base cuneate, margin shallowly serrate, lateral veins 3-shaped at leaf base, depressed on leaf surface; petiolate. Cymes 3-4-branched, total pedicels 2-4 cm long, pedicels 4-5 mm long; flowers white green, about 7 mm in diameter, 4-numbered; stamens with conical filaments. Capsule globose, light yellow, dense light yellow slender soft thorn. The seed has an orange pseudotesta. The flowering period is June. The fruit ripens in October.
It grows in the moist crevices of dense forest. Distributed in Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan and other places.
[collection] all year round.
[flavor] pungent, warm.
Function indications: dispel wind, remove dampness and relieve pain. Treatment of rheumatism, pain and strain.
[prescription selection] ① treatment of rheumatic pain: one or two buckles, simmer water; or simmer water to wash the affected area.
② Treatment of labor injury: button flower one or two, wine service.
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