(Ben Cao Bian Du)
[source] it is the white inner part of the pericarp of many kinds of oranges, such as Fuju or Zhuju. See "orange" for plant morphology.
[collection] select the fresh orange peel, remove the outer red skin (orange red) with knife cutting, take the inner white skin, remove the orange collaterals, and dry in the sun or air.
[herbal medicine] the dried inner pericarp is a yellow white spongy thin piece, and the inner surface is often marked with orange collaterals. Loose, soft and elastic. It is fragrant, slightly bitter and sweet. It is better to have a large piece, light and soft quality.
[Xing Wei] Chinese Medical Dictionary: "bitter, pungent, warm, non-toxic. "
[function indications] Chinese Medical Dictionary: "harmonizing stomach, resolving turbid and greasy. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 yuan.
The famous scholar's treatise, Ben Cao Bian Du: "the orange is white, and the outer layer of the orange peel is red. Its taste is sweet, and its Gonggong is not as good as orange peel. It is used in tonifying spleen and stomach medicine, and it has no blame for dryness powder. "
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