(Tang materia medica)
[source] the leaves of Rosaceae cherry. See "cherry" for plant morphology.
[flavor] sweet and bitter, warm.
① "Gangmu": "Gan, Ping, non-toxic. "
② Ben Cao Zai Xin: "it tastes hard, but it's warm.". non-toxic. "
[Guijing] Bencao Zaixin: "entering the liver and spleen meridians. "
Functions and indications: warming stomach, strengthening spleen, hemostasis and detoxification. It can treat stomach cold, food retention, diarrhea, hematemesis and sore poison.
① Tang materia medica: "smashing leaves to seal, main snake venom; wringing juice to prevent internal attack of snake venom. "
② "Diannan Materia Medica": "treating hematemesis. "
③ "The picture of Materia Medica in South Yunnan" says: "apply sore. "
④ "Ben Cao Zai Xin": "nourishing the liver and fire, invigorating the spleen and appetizing, eliminating the accumulation of cold in the stomach, eliminating food stagnation. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoct soup or mash juice. External use: tamping.
[selected formula] ① for diarrhea and cough: cherry leaves and branches, fried in water. (Hunan medical records)
② Treatment of Trichomonas vaginalis: cherry leaves (or peach leaves) a Jin. Take a sitz bath with decocting water, and at the same time plug the cherry leaf water into vagina with cotton ball (tied with thread), change it once a day, and it will heal in half a month. (selected works of Tong Zhan: Gynecology)
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