(Inner Mongolia Chinese herbal medicine)
[source] the whole plant of yanganjiang, a patriniaceae plant.
Perennial herbs, 30-60 cm high. The roots are thick and strong with strong smell of stinky sauce. Stem erect, purplish, lower part often slightly curved. Root leaves clustered, with obvious petioles; stem leaves opposite, with rectangular or sessile, pinnately divided to fully divided, lobes lanceolate to linear lanceolate, entire or re dentate, glabrous. Compound corymb, terminal; flowers small, yellow. Fruit small, only wing shaped bracts.
Born on dry hillside. Gully, hill, etc. It is distributed in Inner Mongolia and Northwest China.
[collection] harvest in summer and autumn and dry in the sun.
[chemical constituents] the whole herb and root contain volatile oil.
The roots of Patrinia intermedia contain about 13% saponins, which hydrolyze to produce oleanolic acid, glucose, xylose, and about 0.4% alkaloids. Seeds also contain alkaloids.
Functions and indications: clearing away heat and toxin, promoting blood circulation and discharging pus. Treat enteritis, dysentery, appendicitis, hepatitis.
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 2-5 yuan.
[selection] 1. Treatment of jaundice: five yuan each for Patrinia villosa and Artemisia capillaris. Take it in water.
② Treatment of chronic appendicitis: Dandelion two liang, licorice two money, rock Patrinia sauce one or two, qingmuxiang five money. Take it in water. (the following is the Inner Mongolia Chinese herbal medicine)
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