(records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
[source] it is the whole plant of Scutellaria sessiliflora.
[plant morphology] Scutellaria sessiliflora
Erect herbs. Stem tetragonal, purple, 25-35 cm high. Leaves opposite; triangular ovate, basal leaves reniform, 0.7-2.3 cm long, 0.8-1.6 cm wide, apex obtuse, base heart-shaped, margin undulate serrate, both sides smooth glabrous, dark green above, gray green below; few stipules. Peanut in leaf axils; calyx campanulate, 2-lipped, lip short and broad, entire, closed after anthesis, with enlarged scales on the back of upper lip, falling off when fruiting; corolla tube long and protruding, white, purple near calyx; stamen 4, anther hairy; pistil 1, ovary 4-cleft, style base inserted. Nutlets subglobose, compressed, slightly hairy. The flowering period is July.
[flavor] cool, bitter and non-toxic.
[function indications] it can treat wind heat, eye fog, cold, dizziness, liver heat, tinnitus, and eliminate carbuncle, swelling and toxin.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.6-1 Liang. External use: tamping.
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