(Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual)
[synonym] Aquilaria (Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual).
[source] it is the root or branch of Syringa pinnatifida.
[plant morphology] Syringa pinnata
Erect shrubs, up to 3-4 meters high. The bark is grayish brown. Its leaflets are 7-11, ovate, ovate elliptic or ovate lanceolate, with short stalks, apex rounded or acute, base rounded or broadly cuneate. Panicles axillary; Flowers Lavender. Capsule reddish brown, less than 1 cm long.
Born in alpine shrubs.
[collection] all year round, especially in late autumn. Dig the roots, remove the bark and dry them in the sun.
[flavor] pungent, slightly warm.
Functions and indications: descending Qi, warming the middle and warming the kidney.
[prescription selection] 1. To treat cold and asthma: Radix Aquilariae and Fructus Schisandrae, Fructus Aconiti and Fructus Schisandrae. Take it in water.
② Treatment of stomach and abdominal pain: Mountain eaglewood, fennel each one money five points. Take it in water.
③ Treatment of uterine prolapse, anorectal: Mountain eaglewood amount, smoke the affected area.
④ Treatment of skin abrasions: burning ash of Aquilaria, adding fragrant oil to form a paste, can prevent inflammation. (the nature and taste are listed in the Handbook of Chinese herbal medicine in Ningxia)
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