(Quanzhou materia medica)
[synonyms] kushecao (flora of Guangzhou), pineapple grass, Wangli grass (Quanzhou materia medica), leigongchucao (Fujian Chinese herbal medicine).
[source] it's the whole plant of the Verbenaceae.
[plant morphology] kongjiangteng
Annual creeping herb, 15-90 cm long. Stems branched, coarsely hairy, rooting on nodes. Leaves opposite; subsessile; obovate, 1-2.5 cm long, apex obtuse or rounded, base cuneate, margin incised above middle. Spikes ovate or cylindrical, very dense, 1-2.5 cm long, 6 mm wide; peduncle erect, axillary, 2-6 cm long; bracts ovate or obovate; calyx small, 2-lobed; corolla about 3 mm long, pink, tube weak, limb 2-lipped, expanded; stamens 4, 2-long, 2-Short, concealed, inserted in the middle of corolla tube; ovary 2-locular. The fruit is less than 2 mm in diameter. The flowering period is from summer to winter.
Born at the edge of the field, embankment. Distribution in Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Jiangxi, Hubei, Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan and other places.
[collection] harvested in summer and autumn, fresh or dried.
[chemical constituents] the whole herb contains flavonoid components such as konjac vine, β - sitosterol glucoside and stigmasterol glucoside. It also contains kongding A and kongding B.
[nature and taste] 1. Quanzhou materia medica: "it is sour, sweet, slightly bitter, cold and non-toxic. "
② Fujian Chinese herbal medicine: "slightly bitter, pungent, flat. "
[Guijing] Quanzhou materia medica: "entering the lung, heart and small intestine. "
Functions and indications: dispelling wind, clearing heat, detumescence and detoxification. It is used to treat sore throat, milk moth, carbuncle, swollen poison, dysentery, gonorrhea, chancre and herpes zoster.
① Pharmacology of Chinese medicine: "detumescence and pain relief. Oral administration for dysmenorrhea and gonorrhea. "
② Quanzhou materia medica: "clearing away heat, dispelling wind, detoxifying. Treatment of carbuncle, swelling, sore throat, heat dysentery, mad dog bite and other syndromes. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, fresh 1-2 Liang, or mashed juice. External use: tamping.
[prescription selection] 1. For the treatment of sore throat or single and double throat moths: take fresh Penglai herb one or two times, mash the juice and take it orally, and take it again the next day if the disease is serious.
② Treatment of carbuncle, swelling and poison: fresh Penglai grass and rice grains tamped on the affected area.
③ Cure mad dog bite: fresh Penglai grass two Liang. Mash the wine soaked clothes and apply the dregs to the affected area, with the degree of healing. (1) Quanzhou materia medica
④ Cure chancre: fresh cross river vine 2 liang, duck egg 1. Stewed in water.
⑤ Treatment of angle of mouth: add a little black sugar to fresh kongjiangteng and mash it for external application.
⑥ Treatment of herpes zoster: fresh kongjiangteng mashed juice, adjust some realgar at the end of the application of the affected area.
⑦ Cure dysentery: fresh cross river vine four Liang. Fried in water; or mashed juice, sugar or honey warm. (4) Fujian Chinese herbal medicine is published below.)
Chinese PinYin : Peng Lai Cao
Hawthorn. Shan Zha
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Rhizoma Ilex. Bai Lan Gen
Dashiwei. Da Shi Wei
The land is astringent. Di Se Se
Chamomile dew. Gan Ju Hua Lu
Ma niaohua. Ma Niao Hua
Coral grass. Shan Hu Cao
Ampelopsis root. She Pu Tao Gen
Musk shell. She Xiang Ke
Amaranth seed. Xian Shi