(Yunnan Chinese herbal medicine)
[synonym] Rhizoma Coptidis, Rhizoma Polygoni Multiflori, Herba Sarcandrae, Rhizoma ginseng, Rhizoma Polygoni Multiflori, Herba Jiegudan, orchid, orchid, and red ginseng.
[source] it is the whole plant of xiaotoulianghou tea.
[plant morphology] xiaotoulianghou tea
Subshrub climbing vines, up to 1-3 m high. Single leaf opposite, ovate elliptic or lanceolate, 6-10 cm long, 1.5-3 cm wide, apex pointed, base round, entire, dark green above, brown below, membranous, veins 3-5 pairs; petiole 3-5 mm long; Stipule 3-4 mm long. Cymes capitate, terminal or axillary; flowers pale green. Capsule small. The seeds are numerous and very small. The flowering and fruiting period is from March to November.
It grows in the wild, sparse forests and shrubs.
[collection] collected in summer and autumn, washed and chopped, fresh or dried.
Light and warm.
Functions and indications: dispersing cold, dredging collaterals, nourishing blood and stopping malaria.
[selection] 1. To treat malaria and cold: take the whole plant of shatanggen for three to five dollars, and take it in water.
② Treatment of fracture: fresh sugar root combined with mashed bag.
③ Treatment of Qi and blood loss: the root of sugar root two money, wine service.
Chinese PinYin : Sha Tang Gen
Child grass. Hai Er Cao
Sonneratia variegata. Cai Ban Sang Le Cao
Babbler. Chi Xiu
Huashan alum. Hua Shan Fan
Branches and leaves of Cotinus coggygria. Huang Lu Zhi Ye
Saussurea pulchra. Mei Li Feng Mao Ju
Fritillaria Taibai. Tai Bai Bei Mu
Potentilla. Wei Ling Cai
Rock ginseng. Yan Ren Can
Oily fish. You Yu
Rhizoma alismatis. Ze Xie Shi
Pig intestines. Zhu Chang