(records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
[source] it is the meat of Marmota himalayana. For animal morphology, please refer to "snow lard".
[collection] after killing, the skin and viscera are shaved, and the meat is taken for fresh use, or the bamboo slices are used for air drying.
[herbal medicine] fresh meat is tender and delicate, thick and fatty. Air drying is mostly a dry whole. It is better to be big and fat.
Produced in Sichuan, Qinghai and other places.
[flavor] spicy, salty, flat.
① "Ben Cao Shi Yi": "Gan, Ping, non-toxic. "
② "Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals": "Xin Xian, Ping, non-toxic. "
[function indications] for rheumatic arthralgia, swelling and pain of feet and knees, hemorrhoids and fistulas.
① Materia medica: the main pheasant fistula sore. "
② Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals: "it can cure dampness, warm up, itching, rheumatic arthralgia, swelling and pain of feet and knees. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: boiled or decocted soup, 4-8 Liang.
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