(Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual)
[synonym] jimachao (Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual).
[source] it is the whole plant of Liliaceae.
[plant morphology] asparagus in Gobi
For many years, some shrubby herbs, 60 cm high, with many long cylindrical tuberous roots, clustered, 10-15 cm long, brown. Stems tufted, erect or slightly inclined, many branched, old branches gray white, young branches green. The leaves are scaly and membranous. Leafy branches clustered, unequal in length, linear, apex acute. Flowers solitary or paired in axils, perianth 6, yellow green, pedicel short, joint in the middle. The berries are globose and orange red. The flowering period is from May to June. The fruit period is from August to September.
It grows in fixed sandy land and arid hillside, and distributes in Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu, Xinjiang, Qinghai and other places.
[collection] the whole grass with roots was collected and dried in autumn.
[nature and taste] Handbook of Chinese herbal medicine in Ningxia: "spicy and salty. "
Functions and indications: Manual of Chinese herbal medicine in Ningxia: "dispelling wind, killing insects and relieving itching. "
[usage and dosage] external use: tamping or boiling water to wash the affected area.
[prescription selection] ① treatment of neurodermatitis and psoriasis: send half a catty of Mazhu, add five catties of water, fry it into thick juice, add five bucks of alum and salt, and then boil until it dissolves. Wash the affected area once a day. (Ningxia Chinese herbal medicine manual)
② Treatment of sores, furuncles and carbuncle: send horse stumps with roots and whole grass, smash and apply externally. (medicinal plants in desert areas of China)
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