(Shaanxi Chinese herbal medicine)
[synonym] blueberry wild grape (Chinese economic flora), big Jiegudan, guoshanlong (Shaanxi Chinese herbal medicine), and biandanteng (Guizhou medicinal plant catalogue).
[source] it is the root bark of Ampelopsis glabrata.
[plant morphology] Ampelopsis glabrata
Deciduous woody vines, up to 6 m long. Purple when young, branchlets glabrous. Leaves alternate, triangular ovate or triangular broadly ovate, 5-10 cm long, 3-lobed or undivided, apex acuminate, base cordate, margin sparsely shallowly serrate, dark green on the top when young, sericeous, grayish green below. Cymes are dense, long stalked, opposite or terminal to leaves, with 4-5 flowers; sepals united; petals expanded; stamens short; ovary 2-locular. Berries dark blue or purple. The flowering period is from May to June. The fruiting period is October.
In valley, bank, forest margin or shrub. Distributed in Guizhou, Hubei, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Gansu and other places.
[collection] it can be harvested all year round, removed the coarse skin, dried in the shade or used fresh.
[nature and taste] Shaanxi Chinese herbal medicine: "sour, astringent, slightly pungent, flat. "
[function indications] Shaanxi Chinese herbal medicine: "detumescence and detoxification, hemostasis and pain relief, discharge pus and vitality, dispel wind and dampness. Treatment of traumatic injury, fracture, rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic lumbocrural pain, hematochezia, metrorrhagia, leucorrhea. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 5-6 yuan. External use: tamping.
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