(Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicine of Guangzhou Army)
[source] it is the root of Annonaceae.
[plant morphology] Yinluo, Lingshui
Shrub, 1-4 m high. Roots usually simple, few branched. The stems and branches are brownish black with sparse hairs. Leaves leathery, alternate, oblong or oblong lanceolate, 9-18 cm long and 2-6 cm wide, apex acuminate, base broad and acute; lateral veins 8-10 pairs, convex below, apex arched and connected; petiolate. Flowers white, solitary, opposite to leaves, 1-2 cm in diameter; sepals triangular, acutely pointed, pilose; petals oblong elliptic, inner and outer whorls of petals equal or inner whorls slightly short, widely spread, outside closely pilose; stamens numerous; carpels about 7 or absent, pilose, stigma obovate, micro2-lobed. Fruit ovate, 1 cm in diameter, orange red when ripe. The flowering period is from April to July. The fruit period is from July to December.
Born in the middle of the mountain under the dense forest. It is distributed in the south of Guangdong Province.
[collection] it can be collected all year round, washed, sliced and dried in the sun.
[medicinal material] the root is thick, the skin is black, the interior is powdery and has special aroma.
Sweet and smooth.
Functions and indications: Invigorating Spleen and stomach, tonifying kidney and strengthening essence. Treatment of chronic gastritis, loss of spleen and stomach, loss of appetite, weakness of limbs, spermatorrhea.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang.
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