Eulaliopsis binata 1
(collection of compendium)
(synonymous with L. yexicao (compendium of Materia Medica), JUNCAO, mazonggen, yemazonggen, yedengcao (Zhejiang folk herbal medicine), guijiantoucao (Shanghai Chinese herbal medicine), JUNCAO (Anhui herbal medicine), shuitongcao, Yangcao (Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine).
[source] it is the whole plant of junaceae.
[plant morphology] Juncus pseudo
Perennial herbs. There are creeping rhizomes under the ground. Stem greenish green, linear, up to 50 cm high, with raised stripes on the surface. The stem is leafless, but at the base there are several reddish brown, light yellow or dark black sheathed scaly leaves. Inflorescence lateral, clustered, umbelliform or compound umbelliform, with short stalk; perianth 6, 2-row, light green. Calyx flaky; stamens usually 3, inserted at the base of perianth; ovary superior, 1-locular, style inconspicuous, stigma 3, linear. Capsule long oval, containing many seeds. The flowering period is from April to June.
It grows on the edge of tidal wetland and swamp. It is distributed in Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang, Hunan, Sichuan and other places.
The rhizome of this plant is also used for medicine. See special section for details.
[collection] from September to October, the aboveground parts were cut and dried.
[medicinal material] the dried stem is oblate, thin columnar or linear, 30-50 cm long, 1-1.5 mm in diameter, apex acuminate, slightly thick near the base, smooth surface, yellowish green, with vertical fine texture. It's solid and soft. The section is yellowish white, with white loose marrow in the center, but undeveloped. There is no breath, and the taste is light. It is better to dry evenly and green.
Produced in Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui and other places.
[nature and taste] light, cold.
① "Yinpianxinshen": "light, flat. "
② Collection of medicinal materials: "bitter, slightly cold. "
③ Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs: "cold in nature, light in taste. "
④ Common Chinese herbal medicine in Shanghai: "sweet, cold. "
[function indications] diuretic, Tonglin, Xie re, Anshen. It is used to treat red and astringent urination, heat drenching, nephritis, edema, dizziness, toothache, epistaxis, sore throat, upset, insomnia, thirst and dreaminess.
① "Yinpianxinshen": "seeping dampness heat, diuresis Tonglin. "
② "Anhui herbal medicine": "it can relieve dampness and heat, disperse wind and fire, and stop bleeding. Treatment of gout, epistaxis, blood avalanche, urine frequency is short red, sore throat, earache, dream. "
③ "Collection of medicinal materials": "treatment of oral inflammation and toothache. "
④ "Clearing away heat and calming the nerves" in Zhejiang folk herbal medicine. "
⑤ "Commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Shanghai": "it is used to treat adverse urination, urethral fever, tingling, nephritis, edema, insomnia, palpitation and upset. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.3-1 Liang.
[should avoid] "yinpianxinshen" says: "don't use it if there are too many. "
[prescription selection] ① for urinary tract infection: one or two for Gracilaria lemaneiformis, one or two for shuiqiancao and three for Smilax glabra; or one or two for Gracilaria lemaneiformis, one or two for xiaojicao, one or two for Cayratia japonica and two for baicaogen. Take it in water.
② Treatment of insomnia, neurasthenia: fresh Eulaliopsis two liang, yejiaoteng one or two, Danshen five money. Take it in water.
③ Treatment of diabetes: two pairs of Gracilaria lemaneiformis and one or two pairs of pilose antler grass. Take it in water. (selected out "Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs")
Chinese PinYin : Long Xu Cao
Eulaliopsis binata 1
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