Carassius auratus gall grass
(collection of herbs in Lingnan)
[synonym] jiaojiancao (preparation of raw herbal medicine), shanguolu centipede, centipede grass, Xinglu centipede (Fujian folk herbal medicine), crucian carp grass, gentian grass, jiejiehua, kudancao (Guangdong traditional Chinese Medicine II), kujiehua, xieyaopo grass (rural Chinese herbal medicine preparation technology).
[source] it is the whole plant of Rubiaceae.
[plant morphology] Eupatorium odoratum
Herbs perennial, suberect or recumbent, up to 0.3-1 m in height. Stems smooth or rough. Leaves opposite, nearly leathery, ovate or elliptic lanceolate, 3-8 cm long and 1-2.5 cm wide, glabrous above and usually pilose below; stipules membranous, united into a short sheath, apex with 5-7 long spines. Flowers white, almost sessile, clustered in leaf axils; calyx 4-lobed, ca. 2 mm long, usually hairy; corolla ca. 3 mm long. Lobes 4, glabrous; stamens 4; pistils 1, ovary 2-locular, style linear. Capsule globose, ca. 1. 5 mm long and wide, indehiscent, hirsute. It blooms in summer and autumn.
Born in the mountains, open land. Distributed in Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan and other places.
[chemical constituents] the whole herb contains alkaloids, flavonoid glycosides and amino acids.
[nature and taste] 1. Raw herbal medicine: bitter in taste, flat in nature. "
② Fujian folk herbal medicine: "sweet slightly bitter, flat.". "
[function indications] clearing away heat and toxin. Treatment of snake, insect bites, sore throat, bloody stool, chancre.
① "The preparation of the nature of raw herbal medicine": "to move Qi, to apply sore to relieve pain, to manage snakebite, to produce fluid, to stop sore throat. "
② Fujian folk herbal medicine: "clearing heat, moistening dryness, cooling blood and detoxifying. "
[usage and dosage] oral: decoction, 3-5 yuan. External use: tamping.
[selection] ① treatment of dog bites: Carassius auratus gall grass, tiger's benefit, duckweed. Honey is pounded and applied. (collection of herbs in Lingnan)
② Cure snake bite: ear grass a grip, pepper eye a money. Mash with water, apply externally, change once a day.
③ Cure centipede bite: ear grass one or two, mung bean two or two. Drink water and fry.
④ Treatment of stool blood: ear grass one or two and white rice one or two. Mash it and make it stewed in boiling water.
⑤ In the Sha vomiting: ear grass one or two. Add boiling water to stew.
⑥ Treatment of horse chancre: ear grass one or two. Fry in water and gargle with rice vinegar three to five times a day. (2) Fujian folk herbal medicine
Chinese PinYin : Ji Yu Dan Cao
Carassius auratus gall grass
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