(commonly used Chinese herbal medicine in Tibet)
Purna (Tibetan name).
[source] it is the whole plant of Artemisia capillaris.
[plant morphology] Artemisia capillaris
Perennial herbs, 50-80 cm high. Stem erect, base branched, whole plant covered with gray white pubescence. Leaves alternate, 2-3 pinnate, lobes ovate to oblong, 1.5-2 cm long and 1 cm wide, with sparse hairs on the top and white villi on the bottom. Upper leaves linear, stipitate. The inflorescence is small, arranged into a compound raceme; the flowers are all tubular, the marginal flowers are female, and the disk flowers are bisexual; the inner layer of involucre is woody. Achenes small, whitish hairy, angulate.
Born in the field, roadside, hillside. Distributed in Northeast, North China, southwest and Xinjiang, Tibet and other places.
[collection] the stems and leaves were harvested from July to September. Cut into segments and dry in the shade.
Functions and indications: clearing deficiency heat, strengthening stomach, expelling wind and relieving itching. It can cure internal fever of pestilence, aching limbs and fever of bone steaming.
[usage and dosage] oral administration: decoction, 1-3 yuan.
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