(Guizhou folk medicine)
[synonym] xiaoxianmao (Guizhou medicinal plant catalogue).
[source] it is the whole plant of amaryllaceae.
[plant morphology] kumquat
Perennial herbs. Rhizome spherical or oblong, crown with dark brown old leaf fiber at the top; root like, very short. The leaves are rhizomatous, narrowly linear, 7-20 cm long and 1.5-5 mm wide, with sparsely white slender pubescence on the margin, 3 main veins and obvious midrib. Pedicel is slender, 1.5-4 cm long, white villous, with 1-2 flowers; bracts are small, bristly; perianth lobes 6, pale yellow, white villous outside, inner 3-petal, both sides membranous; stamens 6, inserted at the base of perianth lobes; ovary inferior, rod-shaped. Capsule clavate, 3-valved. The flowering period is spring and summer.
Born on hillside grassland. It is distributed from southwest to southeast of China.
[collection] harvest in summer and autumn.
[nature and taste] Guizhou folk medicine: "warm in nature, sweet and slightly pungent in taste. "
[function indications] Guizhou herbal medicine: "warming kidney and regulating qi. "
[selection] ① Yang deficiency after treatment: pheasant grass three to five money. Take it in boiling water. (Guizhou folk medicine)
② Cure hernia: pheasant grass three money, fennel one money. Take it in boiling water. (Guizhou folk medicine)
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