(Guizhou herbal medicine)
[synonym] Acorus calamus, hongyulian, fengfenghua (a common ornamental plant in North China), Narcissus and leek (Guizhou herbal medicine).
[source] it is the whole plant of Allium tuberosum.
[plant morphology] Allium tuberosum
Perennial herbs. The bulb is ovoid, the epidermis is membranous, brown, with many fine roots. Leaves alternate or clustered; leaves linear, 12-30 cm long, 3-4 cm wide, parallel to veins. The flowers are solitary, the upper part of pedicel is hollow, with 2-lobed tubular bracts; pollen is red, funnel-shaped, with obvious tube; perianth segments are 6, obovate; stamens are 6, 3 are longer, 3 are shorter, interpenetrating at the throat of perianth tube; style is filiform, stigma is 3-lobed, ovary is inferior, 2-locular, containing most ovules. Capsule subglobose, dorsal 3-valved at maturity. Seeds black, nearly flattened. The flowering period is from June to September.
It is cultivated in gardens all over the country.
The root of this plant (Narcissus tazetta root) is also used for medicine. See special section for details.
[collection] all year round.
[nature and taste] Guizhou herbal medicine: "bitter, cold. "
[function indications] Guizhou herbal medicine: "heat dissipation and detoxification, promote blood circulation and cool blood. It is used to treat the red and swollen injuries caused by falls, snakebites, hematemesis and blood collapse. "
[usage and dosage] external use: tamping on the affected area. Oral: decoction, 1-2 Liang.
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