(Guizhou folk medicine)
[synonym] fine medicine, orchid iron grass. Step lotus flower, tooth sink medicine, wild spinach, thin niushepian.
[source] it is the whole plant of Chrysanthemum morifolium.
[plant morphology] Chrysanthemum morifolium
Perennial herbs. Basal leaves clustered, oblanceolate, apex rounded, base decurrent, long and narrow, petiolate, entire, both sides and margin densely covered with fine hairs; cauline leaves alternate, sessile, lanceolate. The inflorescence is at the top of the stem branch; bracts are green, linear lanceolate; ligulate corolla is long and narrow; apex is round, undivided, usually reddish purple; tubular flower is yellow, apex is 5-lobed, corolla is white.
Born in the wild grass slope.
[collection] harvest in summer and autumn.
Bitter and smooth.
[function indications] tonifying weakness. Treatment of tuberculosis, bad breath, bleeding gums, vicious scabies.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: boiled duck eggs. External use: Sprinkle with grinding powder or tamp with fresh product.
[prescription selection] ① tonifying weakness: fine medicine, Anemarrhena asphodeloides, Achyranthes bidentata, golden needle flower root each five money. Fried green shell duck eggs.
② Treatment of gingival bleeding and halitosis salivation: fine drug research powder, take the right amount of the affected area. Gargle with salt boiled water or rice water before dressing.
③ Treatment of malignant scabies: fresh fine medicine in proper amount. Smash the bag and change the dressing three to four times a day.
Chinese PinYin : Dong Ju
Cypress root bark. Bai Gen Bai Pi
Broad bean stem. Can Dou Jing
Porcupine burr. Hao Zhu Mao Ci
Yellow catfish. Huang Gu Yu
Peacock tail. Kong Que Wei
Bulbous orchid. Qiu Lan
Millet slave. Su Nu
Wild jujube. Suan Zao
Rhinoceros horn. Xi Jiao
Artemisia selengensis. Yan Hao
Dryopteris vulgaris. Yin Di Jue
Pig hair. Zhu Mao