(list of plants in Guangxi)
[synonym] duckweed, Eichhornia crassipes, water hyacinth and Narcissus (flora of Guangzhou).
[source] it is the whole grass or root of Eupatorium odoratum.
[plant morphology] Eichhornia crassipes
Floating plants or bogs. The leaves are erect, ovate or round, varying in size, 2.5-12 cm wide; the petioles are long or short, swollen below the middle, with sheath like bracts at the base. The stem is solitary, 13-30 cm long, with sheath bracts in the middle; the spike has 6-12 flowers; the perianth is about 5 cm long, bluish purple, the tube is curved, there are glandular hairs near the base outside, 6 lobes, 1 larger one above, blue and yellow spots; the stamens are 3 long and 2 short; the ovary is sessile, and the style is linear. Capsule enclosed in withered perianth tube. Seeds numerous, ovate, angulate. The flowering period is summer and autumn.
Born in a pond. Distributed in Guangdong, Guangxi and other places.
[collection] collected in summer and autumn, dried or fresh.
[functions and indications] list of medicinal plants in Guangxi: "cool, detoxify, dehumidify, dispel wind and heat. External application of heat sores. "
[usage and dosage] for internal use: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang; for external use: tamping.
Chinese PinYin : Shui Hu Lu
Broad bean root. Guang Dou Gen
Dryopteris nigricans. Hei Lin Da Er Jue
Cross the altar Dragon. Guo Tan Long
Anemone flower. Bai Tou Weng Hua
Echinocaulis leaf. E Jiao Mu Ye
Cortex Lycii. Gou Gu Shu Pi
Elaeagnus angustifolia. Hu Tui Zi Gen
Tiger bone glue. Hu Gu Jiao
Empty green. Kong Qing
Erythrina arborea. Qiao Mu Ci Tong
muscicolous woodbetony root. Xian Sheng Ma Xian Hao
Yanhuanglian. Yan Huang Lian