(Guangxi Chinese herbal medicine)
[synonym] sword leaf wood and black ape cane.
[source] it is the leaf of the family Agavaceae.
[plant morphology] Tieshu
Evergreen shrubs. Leaves alternate, clustered at the apex; leaves lanceolate, leathery; petiolate. Flowers bisexual, terminal panicle; florets with slender petioles, 3 membranous bracteoles at the base; corolla tubular, lobes 6; stamens 6, filaments filiform, anthers dorsal; ovary 3-locular. Berries globose. It blooms in summer.
Cultivated or wild. It is distributed in Guangxi, Guangdong, Yunnan and Taiwan.
[collection] all year round.
[sexual taste] it is sweet and light, flat and non-toxic.
[function indications] hemostasis. It is used to treat hemoptysis, hematemesis, hematemesis, bleeding in urine and feces, asthma, dysentery, infantile malnutrition, traumatic bleeding.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 1-2 Liang (fresh 1-5 Liang). External use: tamping.
[should not] pregnant women should take it carefully.
[selection] 1. Treatment of bleeding in urine and feces: five Liang leaves of fresh mountain iron. Decoct the soup and take the sugar.
② Treatment of hemoptysis, hematemesis, bleeding: Mountain Tieshu 52, Longya grass, Imperata root each two. Fried in water, twice a day.
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