(collection of common folk herbs)
[synonym] taro seedling flower.
[source] it is the flower bud of Araceae plant taro.
[nature and taste] Sichuan records of traditional Chinese medicine: "it is flat in nature, numb in taste and poisonous. "
[function indications] for stomachache, hematemesis, uterine prolapse, hemorrhoids and prolapse of anus.
① "The nature of raw herbal medicine preparation" says: "treat and separate food, stir fry. "
② "Collection of commonly used folk herbs": "treating stomach qi pain, dehumidification. "
③ Sichuan Traditional Chinese medicine annals: "treat internal and external hemorrhoids, hematemesis and anal prolapse in children. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 0.5-1 Liang. External use: tamping.
[prescription selection] ① for hematemesis: taro costs five to one or two yuan to stew bacon or pork. (Jiangxi herbal medicine manual)
② Treatment of uterine prolapse, infantile prolapse of anus, prolapse of hemorrhoids: three to six fresh taro head flowers, stewed bacon. (Jiangxi herbal medicine manual)
③ Cure hexifeng: taro flower, ginger, scallion, grey noodles. Mash together, stir fry with wine and cover the affected area. (records of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine)
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