Loose the pen
(materia medica of Southern Yunnan)
[synonym] pine pistil (Diannan materia medica), pine pen (Guangxi).
[source] it is the tip of young branch of Pinus massoniana or the same genus. See "Songjie" for details of plant morphology.
[nature and taste] Zhejiang folk commonly used herbs: "warm in nature, bitter and astringent in taste. "
Function indications: promoting blood circulation and relieving pain. Treatment of traumatic injury, urination pain.
① "Diannan Materia Medica": "to move the meridians, to stop the pain in the stem, to stop the turbid stool. It's not a ninja to treat the pain of plaster drenching. You can take all five kinds of water. "
② Zhejiang folk commonly used herbal medicine: "activating blood circulation, relieving pain, astringent essence. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 1-2 Liang; or grinding juice. External use: tamping.
[prescription selection] ① treatment of traumatic injuries: three loose pens and one walnut rice. Fried in water or even dregs. (prescription of traditional Chinese medicine in Yunnan)
② Treatment of injuries and sprains: add appropriate amount of glutinous rice or flour paste to pine branches, mash them into cakes (heated in winter), and apply them externally; take the tender shoots to remove the skin, bake and grind them, five yuan each time, and take them with yellow rice wine. (Zhejiang folk herbs)
③ Treatment of spermatorrhea: two young pine shoots, one or two Rosa laevigata roots and one or two golden lantern vines. Take it in water. (Zhejiang folk herbs)
Chinese PinYin : Song Bi Tou
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