The Effect of Common Dayflower Herb
Sweet, cold, bland; lung, stomach and bladder meridians entered.
Clear heat and promote diuresis, cool blood and remove toxicity.
Edema, difficult urination, cold, sore throat, leucorrhea, sores and boils, hematuria, metrorrhagia, hepatitis with jaundice, erysipelas, barbiers, parotitis, epistaxis, dysentery.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 15~30 g (60~90 g of fresh product), or pounded into juice. Proper dosage is for external application, pounded for applying.
It is contraindicated for deficiency-cold in spleen and stomach.