Cang Zhu Wholesale Of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chinese Atractylodes
Atractylodes lancea, the name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is the dry rhizome of Atractylodes lancea (Thunb.) DC. Or Atractylodes chinensis (DC.) Koidz. In spring and autumn, they were dug to remove sediment, dried in the sun and removed fibrous roots. 1. Atractylodes lancea: irregular beaded or nodular cylindrical, slightly curved, occasionally branched, 3-10 long, 1-50 PX in diameter. The surface is gray brown, with wrinkles, transverse curves and residual fibrous roots, and the top has stem marks or residual stem base. It has solid quality, yellowish white or grayish white cross section, scattered with most orange or brownish red oil chambers, and white fine needle like crystals can be precipitated after exposure for a long time. It has a special aroma, slightly sweet, pungent and bitter taste.2. Atractylodes lancea: it is 4-225px in length and 1-100px in diameter. The surface is dark brown, and the skin is yellowish brown. The texture is loose, and there are yellowish brown oil chambers scattered in the section. The aroma is light, pungent and bitter.
Dry dampness, invigorate spleen, dispel wind, disperse cold and improve eyesight
It is used for dampness blocking middle energizer, abdominal distention, diarrhea, edema, beriberi flaccidity, rheumatism, cold, night blindness, dizziness and astringency.
1. For the treatment of phlegm, diarrhea or overflow edema due to spleen deficiency and dampness accumulation and stagnation of dampness: it is used together with Poria cocos, Alisma orientalis, Polyporus umbellatus and other diuretic and dampness infiltrating drugs（《 Criteria of syndrome differentiation and treatment2. Used for dispelling dampness and treating dampness of Bi syndrome: it can be used together with coix seed and Duhuo（《 Classification and treatment of syndromes (in Chinese)3. For the treatment of wind cold syndrome with dampness: often used in notopterygium, Angelica dahurica, Fangfeng equivalent（《 Heji Bureau)
Usage and dosage
Collection and processing
In spring and autumn, they were dug to remove sediment, dried in the sun and removed fibrous roots.
Remove impurities, wash, moisten, cut thick slice, dry.
Store in a ventilated and dry place to prevent mildew and moth.