(Jiangxi Chinese herbal medicine)
[source] it is the yellow brown or black brown sticky substance secreted by Apis cerana. See "honey" for animal morphology.
[collection] in the warm season, when the bee colony is checked every ten days or so, scrape it. After scraping, squeeze it into a ball and wrap it with a layer of wax paper. Put it in a plastic bag and store in a cool place.
[chemical composition] it contains about 50-60% resin, 30% beeswax, 10% aromatic volatile oil and some pollens.
[functions and indications] 1. Chinese Journal of Dermatology: "for corns, hydrazine, verruca and verruca vulgaris. "
② Northeast animal medicine: "it is effective in treating malignant tumor and trauma. "
③ Jiangxi Chinese herbal medicine: "it can protect granulation tissue, facilitate wound healing, and also have curative effect on chaps. "
[formula selection] to treat corns: propolis in proper amount. First, the affected part was soaked in hot water, and the surface lesion tissue was cut off with a blade. Then a small piece of cake shaped propolis which was slightly larger than the lesion area was close to the affected part, and fixed with adhesive tape or clean cloth in several layers. About six or seven days later, the corns will fall off from their nests. After that, they need to be pasted for another six or seven days until the affected skin grows well. (Chinese Journal of Dermatology (4): 240-241959)
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