(records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
[synonym] pumpkin Yin bud.
[source] it is the seedling germinated in the fruit of Cucurbitaceae. See "Pumpkin" for plant morphology.
[collection] collected after autumn, fresh or dried.
[nature and taste] it is warm in nature, sweet and light in taste, and non-toxic.
[function indications] it is used to treat children's pneumatalgia, convulsion, cold and rheumatic fever.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 1-3 yuan. External use: mash, stir fry and iron.
Chinese PinYin : Pan Chang Cao
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Goose feet board. E Jiao Ban
Buddha's nails. Fo Zhi Jia
Red fungus. Hong Shi Er
Orange root. Ju Gen
Jasmine leaf. Mo Li Ye
Turtle blood. Hang Gui Xue
Wild cohosh. Ye Sheng Ma