(commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Sichuan)
Another name: Allium fistulosum, Eupatorium odoratum and Eupatorium odoratum.
[source] it is the whole plant of Cymbidium.
[plant morphology] Cymbidium goeringii
Perennial herbs. The tuberous roots are spherical, ovate or elliptic, succulent and usually 2-3 in clusters. Stem erect, 10-80 cm high. The leaf blade is linear or narrowly linear, usually longer than the stem, up to 40 cm long, the apex is thin and slightly blunt, both sides are green, the midrib is obvious; the base has tubular leaf sheath, membranous. Inflorescence terminal, long and narrow, flowers more than apply, base with bracts; perianth 6 pieces, arranged in two rounds, central outer perianth ovate, larger, apex short, both sides of outer perianth narrow elliptic, shorter, inner perianth narrow elliptic, blunt; labellum broad rectangular, apex truncate, without distance. The flowering period is from April to May.
Born in the low mountains and hills of the wet place.
[collection] from April to may, the whole grass was collected and dried.
Light and warm.
[function indications] nourishing yin and kidney. Treatment of bladder hernia, leucorrhea.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang (2 liang fresh).
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