(list of traditional Chinese medicine resources in Zhejiang)
[synonym] arsenic seed, toad saliva (Zhejiang traditional Chinese medicine resources list).
[source] it is the root of Pterocarpus alba.
[plant morphology] sandalwood
Deciduous shrubs or trees. Twigs and abaxial leaves usually sparsely white hairy. Leaves papery, ovate elliptic or obovate elliptic, 3-9 cm long and 2-3.5 cm wide, apex acuminate or shortly acuminate, base usually broadly cuneate, margin inflected, acutely serrate; petiole about 4-5 mm long. Flowers white, slightly aromatic, terminal or axillary panicles. Calyx without bract; sepals 5, eyelashes; petals oblong elliptic, about 5 mm long; stamens about 25, varying in length, slightly shorter than petals or tips long; style about as long as stamens, stigma not divided. Drupe obliquely ovoid globose, bluish black, ca. 6 mm long, apical 5 calyx teeth persistent. The flowering period is May. The fruit is hot in July.
Born in mountain forest. It is distributed in North China, central China and South China.
[functions and indications] list of traditional Chinese medicine resources in Zhejiang Province: "dispersing wind and detoxifying, and treating abdominal tumor. "
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 3-5 yuan.
Chinese PinYin : Bai Tan Gen
Fairy. Tian Xian Zi
False grape. Jia Pu Tao
Pseudoshao fruit ear. Jia Shao Guo Sui
Upside down pen leaf. Dao Diao Bi Ye
Wood veneer. Fu Mu Pi
Chinese cabbage with broad leaves. Kuan Ye Du Hang Cai
Rollergen. Luo Le Gen
Polygonum capitatum. Mu Tian Liao
Anise. Shan Hui Qin
Root bark of Sapium sebiferum. Wu Jiu Gen Pi
Oily fish. You Yu
Gleditsia sinensis root bark. Zao Jia Gen Pi