(Guizhou folk medicine)
[synonym] Ganoderma lucidum.
[source] it is the whole grass of Roegneria angustifolia.
[plant morphology] Roegneria angustifolia
Perennial herbs. Root like. Culms tufted, erect, slender, smooth, glabrous, base slightly inclined, about 45 cm high, with 3-4 nodes, terminal nodes below the middle of culms. Leaves alternate; linear, involute, 9-11 cm long, apex acuminate; upper leaf sheath glabrous, shorter than internode; ligule truncate. The spikelet is 6-40 cm long, with 5-11 spikelets; the spikelet is yellow green with purple, with 3-4 florets; the first glume is oblong lanceolate, and the second glume extends into a short awn; the lemma is oblong lanceolate, the palea is as long as lemma, and the apex is flat. Caryopsis ca. 5 mm long. The fruiting period is September.
Born on hillside grassland. Distributed in Shaanxi, Guizhou and other places.
[collection] harvest in summer and autumn.
It is cool in nature and sweet in taste.
Functions and indications: clearing heat, cooling blood and relieving pain.
[selection of prescriptions] 1. To treat cough with blood in phlegm: five yuan to one or two yuan for Mao Cao Jian. Fried soup.
② Zhifeng pill: one or two arrows from the grass. Fried soup.
③ Treatment of labor pain: one or two roots of grass and arrow. Wine making clothes.
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