(Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicines in Northeast China)
[synonyms] shangaoliang, BAMIAO (Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Northeast China), zhenzhugan, huahuagan (Handbook of Chinese herbal medicine in Ningxia).
[source] stem bark of Rosaceae plants Sorbaria lobata and Sorbaria Dongbei.
[plant morphology] 1
Deciduous shrubs. Stems erect, tufted, up to 6 m in height. Branchlets with stellate hairs. Leaflets 13-17, lanceolate to oblong lanceolate, 4-9 cm long and 1-3 cm wide, apex acuminate, base suborbicular, margin doubly serrate, with stellate hairs below; petioles short or subsessile. Inflorescence terminal, peduncle and pedicel emblem stellate pilose; sepals 5, slightly shorter than calyx tube; petals 5, suborbicular, 3-4 mm long, white; stamens 30, longer than petals; carpels 5, glabrous, style lateral. Follicles cylindrical, ca. 3 mm, pendulous, pedicel curved. The flowering period is from June to July.
Born on the edge of hillside forest and stream. It is distributed in Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Hubei, Gansu, Ningxia and other places.
② Sorbaria sorbifolia
Shrubs, up to 2 m high. Branchlets reddish brown or yellowish brown, twigs green, glabrous, or puberulent. Leaflets usually 11-19, broadly lanceolate, 4-6 cm long, 1.5 cm wide, apex long acuminate, base rounded, margin doubly serrate. Inflorescence: Compound racemose panicle; sepals 5, ovoid, nearly glabrous; petals 5, white, nearly round, about 3 times as long as sepals; stamens 40-50, longer than petals; b-skin 6, glabrous. The fruit is about 6-7 mm long. The flowering period is from June to July. The fruit period is from August to September.
Born in the village, valley, stream, forest gap. It is distributed in Northeast China.
[collection] harvest in autumn and winter and dry in the sun.
[chemical constituents] the leaves of Sorbaria thunbergii contain sorboside, the leaves and flowers contain kaempferol-3-furanoside, astragaloside, quercetin-3-glucuronide, isorhamnetin-3-glucoside, baicalin, chlorogenic acid, ursolic acid, baicalin-7-rhamnoside and flavonoids IX. In addition, the product is also separated from the clover bean glycosides, quercetin-s-xyloside and kaempferol-3-xyloside.
The leaves of the same genus Sorbaria stellata contain sorboside and baicalein-7-methyl ether.
[nature and taste] ① the Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicines in Northeast China: "bitter, cold. "
② "Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual": "poisonous. "
[function indications] Handbook of commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Northeast China: "promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, detumescence and relieving pain. Treatment of fractures, injuries. "
[usage and dosage] oral administration: at the end of the study, 2-4 points (if nausea and vomiting can be reduced). External use: grind and apply.
Chinese PinYin : Zhen Zhu Mei
scullcap. Han Xin Cao
Chrysanthemum root. Bai Ju Hua Gen
Fishing rod. Diao Yu Gan
E bone. E Gu
Dogbane. Gou Pao Cao
Vitex negundo. Huang Jing Ye
Hemlock leaf. Shan Tie Shu Ye
fragrant orchid. Shou Can
Alpinia angustifolia. Yang Jiao Teng
Goat bezoar. Yang Huang
Wild smoke. Ye Yan
Rose leaves. Yue Ji Hua Ye