(records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
[synonyms] muchuzi (Chinese tree taxonomy), LiuYe? Zi (economic plant manual), babachai (Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals).
[source] it is the whole plant of the Rosaceae.
[plant morphology] shanmi hemp
Evergreen or semi evergreen shrubs. The stem is purplish red, and the young school has tufts of villi. The leaves are elliptic, oblong to ovate lanceolate, 3-6 cm long, apex pointed, base cuneate, glabrous above, wrinkled below, veins distinct below, 5-12 pairs; petiole 3-5 mm long, middle rib slightly red. Corymb, terminal, densely tomentose, 3-5 cm in diameter; calyx green hairy, hairy, calyx teeth 5, short pointed, calyx tube connate with ovary; petals 5, white; stamens 20, filaments white, anthers purplish red; ovary half inferior, styles several, free. The fruit is nearly spherical, about 5 mm in diameter, red, glossy, with 2-3 nuclei. The flowering period is June. The fruiting period is October.
Born on the top of a mountain, rock, etc. It is distributed in Yunnan, Sichuan and other places.
[flavor] cool, bitter and nontoxic.
[function indications] in addition to wind heat. Treatment of dry cough, aphasia, spleen wet yellow, intestinal wind under the blood and short urine.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang.
[prescription selection] ① treatment of dry cough and aphonia: fanbaichai, Xuanshen, Ophiopogon japonicus, Terminalia chebula. Take it in water.
② Treatment of intestinal wind blood: turning white firewood, wild melon root, white wheat, sour soup stem, Sophora japonica. Stewed pig large intestine. (nature and taste are listed in Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals)
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