(Cao Mu Bian Fang)
[alias] Qingteng (classified herbal medicine), shebitzi (records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine).
[source] it is the whole plant with roots, such as an arrow or A. angustifolia.
[plant morphology] an arrow
Small perennial herbs, 15-20 cm high. The rhizome is short and cylindrical. The vegetative leaves are single and oval. They are 3-6 cm long and 2-3 cm wide, apex obtuse or apical, entire, base broadly cuneate, lateral veins reticulate, not parallel to midvein; sporophylls are extracted from the base of vegetative leaves, linear spicate, apex pointed; sporangia are about 30-60 pairs, arranged in two rows; spores are pale, nearly smooth.
It grows in wet and shady places such as ditches and grasslands. Distributed in Fujian, Taiwan, Guangdong, Anhui, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan and other places.
② Lepidoptera angustifolia
Small perennial herbs. The height is 10-16 cm. Rhizome short and erect, clustered with many slender fleshy roots. The leaves are solitary or 2-3-leaved from the root. The total stalk is 8-13 cm long and slender. The vegetative leaves are 2-5 cm long and 3-10 mm wide, oblanceolate or oblong oblanceolate, apex acuminate or slightly obtuse, base narrowly cuneate, entire, veins reticulate; the sporophyll is from the base of the vegetative leaf, with long stalk, higher than the vegetative leaf, sporangium spike is narrowly linear, 2-3 cm long.
It is distributed in Northeast, Hebei, Shaanxi, Hubei, Jiangsu, Taiwan, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, etc.
In addition, the plants of the same genus are also used as medicine. The main characteristics of the two species are as follows: the vegetative leaves of the former species are broad ovate with heart-shaped base and short stalks; the vegetative leaves of the latter species are broad ovate without stalks.
[collection] the whole grass with roots was collected in spring and summer, and the sediment was washed, dried in the shade or fresh.
It is bitter, sweet and cool.
① "Cao Mu Bian Fang": bitter. "
② "Classified herbal medicine nature": "sweet taste, flat, non-toxic. "
③ "There are sweet, spicy, and poisonous herbs in Shaanxi. "
④ Common Chinese herbal medicine in Sichuan: "bitter, flat. "
Functions and indications: clearing away heat and toxin, promoting blood circulation and dispersing blood stasis. It is used to treat mastitis, sores, scabies, itching, bruises, swelling and pain.
① "Cao Mu Bian Fang": "clearing away heat toxin, eliminating wind heat. It is used to treat the pain of kidney capsule, swelling and venom, blood in chest and abdomen, and snake venom. "
② "Classification of herbal medicine": "treating itch, eliminating sore poison, traumatic injury, swelling poison. "
③ Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals: "clearing away heat and toxin, eliminating carbuncle and swelling. Treatment of dog injuries, scabies. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang. External use: tamping.
[selection] 1. Treatment of itchy scabies: one arrow, dandelion, fish loach string, side ear root, stewed eel. (records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
② The beginning of carbuncle treatment: a arrow, Herba cholerae, Herba huatou, wild tobacco, mash and apply. (records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
③ Treatment of breast carbuncle: an arrow, dandelion each amount, mash external application.
④ To cure furuncle and carbuncle: one arrow, one ripe rhubarb and five cents each, four cents for Jingcao and two cents for Chaihu. Take it in water.
⑤ Treatment of snake bite, nameless swelling poison: a fresh arrow, appropriate amount, smash external application. (3) Chinese herbal medicine in Shaanxi Province
⑥ Treatment of infantile malnutrition: an arrow, a gentleman, Jineijin, Jianfu. (Jiangxi Chinese herbal medicine)
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