(records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
[synonym] scissorgrass (classified herbal medicine), Sagittaria Sagittaria, Sagittaria seedlings (Sichuan Chinese medicine records), swallowtail grass (Guizhou herbal medicine).
[source] it is the whole plant of Sagittaria longissima.
[plant morphology] Sagittaria longissima
Perennial aquatic herbs, erect, up to 1 m high. Fibrous roots. The leaf blade is narrow and scissor shaped. The apical lobes are shorter than auricular lobes, 3.5-9 cm long. The apex is long and pointed, green. Inflorescence racemose; florets usually 3 whorls, lower female flowers with short stalks, upper male flowers with slender stalks; bracts lanceolate, base slightly United: petals larger than sepals, white, base occasionally purple spots; stamens mostly, with Violine; carpels mostly free, dense into a round ball. The fruit is obliquely obovate, 4-5.5 mm in diameter, flat, with thin wings on the back and ventral surface. It blooms in summer.
In ponds and paddy fields. It is distributed in East China and southwest China.
[collection] harvest in summer and autumn.
[nature and taste] 1. Sichuan records of traditional Chinese medicine: "it is cold in nature, pungent in taste and has little poison. "
② Guizhou herbal medicine: "cold in nature, sweet in taste. "
[function indications] it is used to treat jaundice, scrofula and snake bite.
① "Classified herbal medicine nature": "treating snake wound, applying all poisonous sores. "
② Guizhou herbal medicine: "clearing away heat and toxin, cooling blood and detumescence. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang. External use: tamping or grinding.
[selection] 1. Treatment of jaundice: one or two for shuicigu and one or two for daoqiansan. Simmer water clothes. (Guizhou herbal medicine)
② Treatment of jiuziyang: water Sagittaria root, dioscorea root, one foot lotus root each equal. At the end of the study, apply appropriate amount of sweet wine to the affected area. (Guizhou herbal medicine)
③ Snake wound treatment: a wild Cigu, a Artemisia. Pound down and cover the affected area. (Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals) two water Cigu Kang dry research end, with two to three money to adjust water applied to the patient's head Baihui Point; also with the right amount of applied to the affected area. (Guizhou herbal medicine) three fresh water Cigu two liang, simmer water clothing; and use appropriate amount of simmer water to wash the wound. (Guizhou herbal medicine)
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