(selected Chinese herbal medicines in Yunnan)
[synonym] xiaobaiyao, Wuteng, dadoujiesheng, dabaijiaoniu.
[source] it is the whole plant of macrobaiyao in Asclepiadaceae.
[plant morphology] Baiyao
Climbing vines, more than 10 meters high. Stem cylindrical, gray brown, with obvious corky lenticels, young branches green, glabrous, slightly expanded on nodes. Single leaf opposite; papery; ovoid to oblong ovoid, 8-13 cm long, 5.5-8.5 cm wide, apex acute, base rounded, upper green, lower yellow green, entire, 4-5 pairs of lateral veins; petiole 1-4 cm long. Cymes axillary, flowers small. Follicles thick, fleshy. The seed has a corolla. It blooms in summer.
Born in alpine valleys and hillsides.
[collection] it can be harvested all year round, chopped and dried in the sun.
It is bitter and astringent, cool and poisonous.
[function indications] hemostasis and bone grafting. Treatment of trauma, bleeding, fracture, sore poison.
Usage: apply to the affected area.
It is forbidden to use it with herbal cream.
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