(commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Tibet)
[synonym] jiaguobei (Tibetan name).
[source] the whole plant of Ranunculaceae.
[plant morphology] Delphinium bracteatum
Perennial herbs. Stem 10-22 cm high, sparsely pubescent or glabrous. Leaves 2-3, below the middle part of stem, with long stalks; leaves 2.2-4.2 cm long and 4.5-8.5 cm wide, kidney shaped to heart-shaped, palmately lobed, with irregular teeth on the edge, two but sparsely pubescent. Corymbose with 2-4 flowers; bracteoles in the middle or upper part of pedicel, elliptic; flowers large, symmetrical; sepals 5, blue purple, broadly ovate, 2.2-3 cm long, upper sepal spur shorter than sepal, saccate; petals 2, spur; stamens many; staminodes 2, dark brown, long clawed, petals oblong, 2-lobed, yellow beard in the center; carpels 5.
Of alpine grasslands or near rocks. It is distributed in Tibet.
[collection] harvest from August to September.
Cold in nature and bitter in taste.
Functions and indications: cool blood and detoxify, dispel wind and stop itching. Treat flu, skin prurigo, snake bite.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1.5 yuan.
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