(selected Chinese herbal medicines from Simao, Yunnan)
[synonym] dabaya, dahongmaoye and daguotengye (Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine).
[source] is the bark of Wutong tree.
Trees, 10-15m high. Bark gray or grayish brown, branchlets yellow into white hairs. The leaves are large, leathery, peltate, alternate, about 15 cm in diameter, covered with white hairs below. The flowers are solitary or 2-4 in leaf axils, in cymes; sepals 5; petals 5; stamens short; ovary 5-locular. Capsule woody, oblong ovate, with yellow stellate hairs, 5-valved. The seeds are numerous with membranous wings at the top.
It grows in sparse forest on hillside.
[collection] all year round. Slice and dry in the sun.
[nature and taste] Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine: "pungent, slightly cool, little toxic. "
[functions and indications] 1. Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine: "clearing away heat and inflammation, dispelling wind and removing dampness, connecting bones. Treatment of cough, rheumatism, swelling, infantile convulsion, sore poison. "
② "Selection of Yunnan Simao Chinese herbal medicine": "Xiaozhong Sanyu, Tongjing Huoluo. "
[usage and dosage] for internal use: decoction, 1-2 yuan; for external use: tamping.
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