(collection of herbs in Lingnan)
[source] it is the leaf of the fruit of the family lacqueraceae. See the "fruit" section for plant morphology.
[collection] available at any time.
[chemical composition] it contains 237mg% ascorbic acid, 11.73% tannin, 6.9% fructoside (calculated by dry leaves), resin, hydrocyanic acid, xiaoketones, etc.
[pharmacological action] the extract of leaves can inhibit the growth of pyocccus and Escherichia coli. Leaves or juices can cause dermatitis in sensitive people. It has estrogen like effect on animals.
[nature and taste] Lu Chuan Ben Cao: "sour and sweet, cool in nature. "
[functions and indications] 1. In "Lu Chuan Materia Medica", it is said that "Qi flow and stagnation are eliminated. Go to Sha Ji. Treatment of heat stagnation, abdominal pain, gas distension. And wash the sores. "
② "Drug records of Nanning city": "treat infantile malnutrition and diabetes. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang. External use: fried, washed or tamped.
[prescription selection] Lingnan medicine collection record: "to treat gunshot wounds: fry and wash the fruit leaves; put iron scraps into the meat, take the leaves and smash them and apply them to the meat.". "
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