(selected Chinese herbal medicines from Simao, Yunnan)
Another name: daozhusan and baoduocao.
[source] it is the rhizome of Baofeng grass in Liliaceae.
[plant morphology] primordium distatum
Perennial herbs. The fibrous roots are fleshy, white and mucinous. Stem erect, about 50 cm high, upper part much branched. Leaves ovate to ovate lanceolate, apex acuminate, base extended into a stalk, amplexicaul, arc veins obvious. Umbel axillary, petiole bent down; perianth lobes 6, campanulate; stamens 6, anthers outward; ovary 3-locular. Berries, black when ripe.
It grows in the grass under the forest. It is distributed in Guangxi, Yunnan and other places.
[collection] harvested in autumn, sliced and dried.
Sweet and smooth.
Functions and indications: Nourishing Yin and moistening lung, promoting body fluid and Qi. Treatment of lung heat, cough, bone steaming, tuberculosis heat, waist and knee soreness, night sweats, wet and turbid leucorrhea.
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 3-5 yuan.
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Paeonia suffruticosa. Mu Dan Teng
Cucumis sativus L. Shan Huang Gua
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Spiraea root. Xiu Xian Ju Gen
Webbed fish saliva. Pu Yu Xian
Camphor fruit. Zhang Shu Guo