(Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual)
[source] it is the root or whole grass of Yumei, a Ranunculaceae plant.
[plant morphology] Yumei, also known as riparian anemone.
Perennial herbs. Taproot stout, conic, brown. Stem erect, stout, up to 80 cm high. The basal leaf has a long stalk, the leaf blade is 3-lobed and then 3-lobed, and the edge of the small lobes is sharply serrated. Involucre 3, whorled, petiolate, involucre 3-5-lobed, margin sparsely or densely serrated. Flowers smaller, bisexual, white, arranged in cymes; each pedicel has 2 bracts, lanceolate linear. Achenes have long tails.
It grows on wet grassland beside ditch. Distributed in Ningxia, Sichuan, Gansu, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Hebei, Inner Mongolia and other places.
[collection] all year round.
[flavor] pungent and slightly bitter, toxic.
[function indications] Xiaoshi jieyao, Xiaoyan Sanjiao.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: Yanmo, 0.5-1 yuan. External use: tamping.
[selection] 1. Treatment of hepatitis: breaking the root of Achyranthes bidentata and grinding the end. Water delivery service, one money for each service, twice a day.
② Treatment of Yin gangrene, muscle and bone pain: appropriate amount of broken Achyranthes bidentata, smash external application.
③ Treatment of traumatic blood stasis, a long time does not come to an end: broken Achyranthes bidentata whole grass or root powder water transfer, external application.
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