(Guizhou folk medicine)
[alias] Parthenocissus tricuspidata (flora of Guangzhou), Euphorbia heterophylla, Hedysarum angustifolia (flora of Tianmu, Zhejiang), diaoyanfeng and sanpifeng (folk medicine of Guizhou).
[source] it is the root or stem of Parthenocissus macrophylla.
[plant morphology] Parthenocissus macrophylla
Vines glaucous, climbing on rocks or trees with short branched cuplike tendrils. The leaves on the young branches are simple, heart-shaped ovate or heart-shaped round, 2-4 cm wide, serrated; on the old branches or flower branches, they have long stalks, finger shaped 3-leaflets, the leaflets have very short stalks, nearly leathery, the lateral base is extremely oblique, ovate to broad lanceolate ovate, 5-10 cm long, apex acuminate, edge with sharp or irregular serrations, both sides bare. Cymes terminal or opposite to leaves, petiolate, arranged in a corymbose pattern, shorter than leaves, 2-3-branched many times; flowers about 3 mm long, 5-numbered, sometimes 4-numbered; ovary ovate, upper part contracted to form a short style. Berries black when ripe, ca. 6 mm in diam., powdered. It blooms in summer.
Born in the wild. It is distributed in the south of China.
[collection] all year round.
Bitter and warm.
① Guizhou folk medicine: "bitter, non-toxic. "
② Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs: "sweet and slightly astringent, warm. "
Functions and indications: dispelling wind and removing dampness, dredging collaterals, hemostasis and detoxification. For arthralgia, headache, rheumatism, migraine.
① Guizhou folk medicine: "dispel wind, detoxify and connect bones. "
② Zhejiang Tianmu yam Zhi: "treating furuncle poison, trauma. "
③ Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs: "dispel wind and dampness, dredge channels and collaterals, stop bleeding. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang. External use: tamping, frying, washing or dressing.
[selection] ① for rheumatoid arthritis: one or two stems or roots of Euphorbia heterophylla and one or two roots of Chlorophytum. Stew pig feet and feet for three to four times.
② Treatment of migraine: one or two roots of Polygonatum heterophyllum, three coins of Fangfeng, two coins of Chuanxiong. Decoct in water for three to four doses.
③ Treatment of hematochezia: yiyedijin vine, yellow rice wine each one jin, add the right amount of water, take four times a day, take it in two days.
④ For herpes zoster, the root of Euphorbia heterophylla mill juice is applied externally. (1) Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs is listed below.)
⑤ Bonesetting: Triangle wind root, fall touch umbrella root (namely white bubble thorn root), ash root bark each. Mix bitter distiller's grains, mash, stir fry, outsource, change dressing as appropriate. (Guizhou folk medicine)
⑥ Cure rheumatism sore poison: Triangle wind root five money, wild prickly ash four money, stone calamus four money, old Chen AI three money, Liquidambar formosana four money, honeysuckle vine four money. Boil the juice and wash the whole body. (Guizhou folk medicine)
⑦ Treatment of furuncle poison and wound: the skin of trigonometric wind root, Sophora flavescens, wild mulberry root, etc. are mashed, mixed with distiller's grains or yellow rice wine, made into cake shape, and then dried and hot applied to the affected area. (records of yam planting in Tianmu, Zhejiang)
Chinese PinYin : San Jiao Feng
Elderberry 2. Jie Gu Cao
Broussonetia papyrifera. Chu Shi Zi
Onion juice. Cong Zhi
Euphorbia humifusa. Di Jin Cao
Travel thousands of miles alone. Du Hang Qian Li
Rosa obtusifolia. Dun Ye Qiang Wei
Fructus Lycii. Gou Gu Zi
Impatiens chinensis. Hua Feng Xian
Viburnum parvum. Xiao Ye She Zong Guan
Carambola leaf. Yang Tao Ye
Zodiac fetus. Zou Ma Tai