(selected Chinese herbal medicines from Simao, Yunnan)
[source] it is the tender leaf tip of Aquilariae.
[plant morphology] fragrant wood, also known as Meijiang (Dai name).
Evergreen trees, about 15-20 m high. Double pinnate compound leaves, alternate; length 6-15 cm, rachis narrowly winged, leaflets 3-8 pairs, thick leathery, elliptic or oblong, length 1.5-4 cm, width 1-2 cm, entire, apex concave, base cuneate, upper bright green. Inflorescence axillary; flowers small, apetalous, dioecious; male sepals 1-5, pink, hairy, stamens 3-5; female sepals 2-5, locular, sessile. Drupe globose, red at maturity, reticulate.
Born on hillside and valley. It is distributed in Yunnan, Sichuan and other places.
The bark of this plant is also used for medicine. See special section for details.
[collection] it can be harvested all year round, fresh or dried in the sun.
[flavor] astringent, slightly bitter, cool.
[function indications] clearing away heat and toxin. For dysentery, enteritis, sore and eczema.
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 3-5 yuan. External use: tamping.
Chinese PinYin : Zi You Mu Ye
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Impatiens. Feng Xian Hua
artemisia annua. Huang Hua Hao
Celastrus angustifolia. Qing Xiang Teng
Sausagebrush. Shan Jiao Cao
Shanmutong. Shan Mu Tong
Wild grape root 2. Ye Pu Tao Gen
Yexianghua. Ye Xiang Hua
Liver of Milu. Mi Yu Gan