(Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine)
[alias] chaigui (Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine), xiaohuacao and xiangyezishu (Hubei Chinese herbal medicine earth method).
[source] it is the bark or leaf of Cinnamomum camphora.
[plant morphology] Cinnamomum camphora
Small evergreen trees, 1.3-3 meters high, fragrant. Leaves alternate, ovate elliptic, leathery, 7-14 cm long, apex acuminate, base cuneate, margin shallowly undulate, three veins from base. Panicle terminal or near terminal; flowers small, light green yellow. Berries ovate.
In or near the woods. It is distributed in Hubei, Sichuan and Yunnan.
[collection] all year round. Cut and dry.
[chemical constituents] the bark contains volatile oil and cinnamaldehyde. The leaves contain volatile oil, including phellandrene, eugenol and so on.
[nature and taste] Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine: "Gan Xin, Wen". "
[functions and indications] 1. Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine: "stop bleeding, connect bones, dredge channels and activate collaterals. Treatment of gastrointestinal bleeding, traumatic bleeding, traumatic injury, fracture. "
② "Hubei Chinese herbal medicine earth method": treating burns and scalds. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: Yanmo, 1-2 points. External use: grind and apply.
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