Source "Herbal Materia Medica"
The chemical composition contains glucose, fructose, citric acid, malic acid, oxalic acid, lactic acid, and wax, etc.; it contains anthocyanin-containing single glucosinolates and a small amount of double glucosinolates. Leaves contain volatile oil and tannins; also contains dandelion, alcohol, α-resinol, β-resinol, hops, meso-inositol and bayberry bark. Heartwood contains gum.
Sweet and sour, warm.
Into the lungs, stomach.
Functional indications are to relieve thirst, and stomach digestion. Governance polydipsia, vomiting and diarrhea, dysentery, abdominal pain, polyester stomach, hangover. Fruits cure heart and stomach ache, dysentery, vomiting and diarrhea;
Functional indications can stop bleeding and cure bleeding, external use of knife wound bleeding, falling wounds, bones and muscle pain.
Usage and dosage Oral: Raw oysters, soaked in water, marinated or burned into powder. For external use: apply compress, burn and burn, and apply nose or dressing.