(Inner Mongolia Chinese herbal medicine)
Wula Yin shabaga (Mongolian name).
[source] the whole plant of Artemisia selengensis.
[plant morphology] Artemisia ordosica, also known as Artemisia ordosica.
Subshrub or tufted shrubby herb, 30-40 cm high. The root is thick and lignified. Stem erect, from the base part of the branch, branch fine, white hair, all gray white. The leaves are 2-fold feathery cleft, the lobes are filiform linear, with sparse hairs on the top and dense white hairs on the bottom. The head is arranged in a panicle, the involucre is bell shaped, 3-4 mm in diameter, covered with arachnoid hairs, all tubular flowers, yellow.
It grows on the sunny rocky hillside or rock crack. It is distributed in Inner Mongolia and Northeast China.
[collection] dig in summer and autumn, remove the soil, boil cream or dry in the sun to make charcoal.
[flavor] bitter, pungent and smooth.
Functions and indications: clearing away heat and dampness, killing insects and discharging pus. Treat migraine, sore throat, rheumatism.
[usage and dosage] take orally: cream, 0.5 ~ 1 coin; charcoal, 1 ~ 3 coin.
[should avoid] old, weak, pregnant women should not take.
[selected formula] for migraine and sore throat: baifuzi, Tinglizi and yanhaogao were equally divided. A total of fine flour for the ball, grass cream for clothing, such as mung bean big. Take three to five minutes every night with warm water.
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