(commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Tibet)
[synonyms] Polygonum hydropiper, Polygonum hydropiper, and wanwansazeng (Tibetan name).
[source] it is the whole plant of Polygonum multiflorum.
Herbaceous, 100-150 cm high. Stem erect, much branched, densely pubescent. Leaves subsessile or shortly stipitate; leaf blade lanceolate, apex acuminate, base cuneate or subhalberd cordate, sparsely pilose above, densely pubescent below. Inflorescence is large, spreading panicle, with white or reddish flowers. Achenes triangular, shorter than perianth.
It was born on the side of the road and the edge of the ditch. Distributed in Tibet and other places.
[collection] harvest from June to October.
[chemical constituents] the whole herb contains Polygonum glycosides, wintersweet glycosides, Isoquercitrin, quercitrin, quercetin and 3 "- methylrhamnetin.
It is cool in nature and pungent in taste.
Functions and indications: dispelling wind and dampness, killing insects and dysentery, clearing heat and detoxifying. It is used to treat bacillary dysentery, enteritis, infantile dyspepsia, traumatic injury, rheumatic swelling and pain, skin eczema.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 1-3 yuan.
Chinese PinYin : Duo Sui Liao
Release Time:2022-01-27 02:34:25
Osmanthus dew. Gui Hua Lu
Nosebleed thunder. Bi Xue Lei
Spicy tree. Chou La Shu
Ding Xianglu. Ding Xiang Lu
Jarosite. Huang Fan
Orchid grass. Lan Shi Cao
Oxytropis falcata. Lian Xing Ji Dou
Ophiopogon japonicus. Mai Men Dong
Artemisia frigida. Xie Hao
Cotyledons continued. Xu Sui Zi Ye
Purple shellfish. Zi Bei
Phoebe Serrulata. Zi Nan