(Guizhou herbal medicine)
[synonym] a Shangge (Miao name).
[source] the leaves of Acanthaceae on node leaves.
Effect of plant morphology on nodal leaf
Perennial herbs, 30-70 cm high. Stem square, lower part reddish brown, covered with light brown pubescence. The leaves are oval in shape, 7-12 cm long and 3-4.5 cm wide, apex long and pointed, base cuneate, oblique, decurrent, margin shallowly serrate, with scattered short hairs on top. Peduncle axillary, bracts large, ovate; calyx 5-lobed, lobes linear, 1-1.2 cm long; corolla purple blue, with dark stripes on the inside.
On wet grass or water edge.
The root of this plant (to nodal leaf root) is also used for medicine. See special section for details.
[collection] harvest in summer.
[nature and taste] it is pungent, salty and cold.
[function indications] clearing away heat and toxin. For the treatment of unknown species of poisons, it can be applied externally with leaves rammed with velvet, or boiled with water for 3-5 minutes.
Chinese PinYin : Dui Jie Ye
Release Time:2022-01-27 02:33:58
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