(commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Tibet)
[synonym] jindiaoer, Gongbu meiduopeimi (Tibetan name).
[source] it is the whole grass of alpine tianmingjing, a Compositae plant.
[plant morphology] Gaoshan tianmingjing
Perennial herbs. Stem as high as 1 m, with branches on the upper part. Leaves alternate, lower leaves petiolate, upper leaves sessile; leaves elliptic or oblong, apex acuminate, base cuneate, margin serrate, upper green, lower light green, both sides hairy or glabrous. The inflorescence is downdip, 1-2 cm in diameter, bracts are long and narrow, often downdip; the involucre bracts are multilayer, erect; the flowers are yellow, most of them are glandular hairs on the tube of corolla.
It grows on roadside, hillside and forest edge. Distributed in Tibet and other places.
[collection] harvest from July to September.
[flavor] slightly cold in nature and bitter in taste.
Functions and indications: clearing away heat and toxin, eliminating phlegm and stopping malaria. Treat toothache, sore throat, malaria.
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 3-5 yuan.
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