(Modern Practical Chinese Medicine)
[source] it is the spore of Lycopodiaceae. The plant morphology can be seen in "Shenjincao".
[collection] from July to September, when the sporangium has not been completely heated or cracked, the sporangium ears should be cut off, dried on the waterproof cloth, shaken to make the seeds fall off, and applied after screening.
[medicinal material] the dried spores are fine and loose in powder form. Light yellow, light weight, no hygroscopicity. It is easy to slide with a little shaking in the vessel. The specific gravity is 1.062, which floats on the surface when entering water, and sinks when boiling. It can float on the surface of chloroform, but sink in turpentine and pure ethanol, blow into the flame, burn, flash and smell. Odorless and tasteless. Microscopically, the spores are triangular pyramids with a small hexagonal cellular omentum on the surface.
The spores of the same genus of Pinus tabulaeformis are also used as the seeds of Pinus tabulaeformis.
[chemical composition] the seed (spore) of Pinus tabulaeformis contains about 50% of fatty oil. The main components of the oil are Pinus tabulaeformis oleic acid (80-86) and glycerides of various unsaturated fatty acids. The spores contained cellulose (10-15%), xylan (10%) and protamine.
[pharmacological action] oral administration of spores 1 g / day for 2 days can induce estrus in ovariectomized rats, and its chloroform extract also has estrogen like effect
[functions and indications] ① modern practical Chinese medicine: "it is a spreading agent for treating skin erosion. "
② "Liquor soaking can be used as a strong agent. It can relieve cough with licorice. "
[selected formula] to treat children's summer sweating rash and wet rotten skin: divide the powder of Pinus tabulaeformis and talcum into two parts, mix them and study evenly. (Modern Practical Chinese Medicine)
Chinese PinYin : Shi Song Zi
Release Time:2022-01-27 03:28:05
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