Five leaf blister
(thousands of herbs in South China)
[synonym] little tiger and chicken foot thorn.
[source] it is the root or leaf of Rubus viennensis.
[plant morphology] Rubus viennensis
Climbing shrubs. The branches have small barbs. Palmate compound leaf, 5 leaflets, upper part sometimes 3, long elliptic, obovate, long elliptic or long elliptic lanceolate, 5-9 cm long, 2-3.5 cm wide, apex short acuminate, base cuneate, margin serrate, below densely covered with yellowish villi, veins with small uncinate spines; petiole about 5 cm long, with small uncinate spines; stipules caducous, pinnately divided. Flowers arranged in short racemes or panicles, axillary and terminal, densely covered with yellow tomentose; bracts palmately lobed or grated, caducous; flower diameter 8-12 mm; calyx tube campanulate, covered with yellow tomentose outside and gray tomentose inside, lobes broadly ovate, apex several dentate; petals white, suborbicular; stamens extremely numerous, pistils 30-40. Fruit globose, black, small stone, long elliptic, reniform, with transverse ribs. The flowering period is from March to May.
Born in the bush. It is distributed in the south of China.
[collection] the roots can be harvested all year round, washed and dried.
[nature and taste] Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicines in Hainan Island: "bitter, pungent, warm. "
Functions and indications: Manual of commonly used Chinese herbal medicines in Hainan Island: "expelling wind, dehumidification and promoting qi. For lumbocrural pain, limb arthralgia, rheumatism and bone pain. "
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 2-6 yuan. External use: tamping.
[selected formula] treatment of traumatic swelling and pain: five leaves soaking leaves, tamping. (Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicines in Hainan Island)
Chinese PinYin : Wu Ye Pao
Five leaf blister
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