Many people know Aidi tea, but they often confuse another plant with it. This plant is aconite. There are indeed many similarities between the two. Aidi tea is a folk medicinal herb in the south and the product is Zijinniu. The dried whole plant of purple gold bull, from the perspective of the Fuzhou purple gold bull with the attached photos, looks like the purple gold bull has the function of detoxification and blood-breaking. From the attached photos, it also looks like red Liang Umbrella, Aconite, Shizhen, said: The first seed is aconite, the head of aconite is also, and the one born with aconite is aconite, aconite is like a taro, aconite is like a taro, cover a thing, don’t have grass. Tou and white aconite, so it is commonly called black aconite, and Sichuan aconite is different. There are two kinds of aconitum, Sichuan and grass, all of which are mixed with comments. Now you know what is the difference between aconite tea and aconite Yet?
The dwarf tea plant morphology, evergreen small shrub, 10~30cm high, the base is often creeping horizontally, dark red, with slender adventitious roots. Stems, often single, cylindrical, purple-brown surface, and short glandular hairs. The leaves are alternate, often 3~7 clusters of stem-tip impeller-shaped; elliptical or oval, 3~7cm long, 1.5~3cm wide, short pointed tip, wedge-shaped base, sharp serrated edges, sparse gland points on both sides, The lower part is light red, with hairy midvein; petiole densely covered with short glandular hairs. Inflorescence is nearly umbellate, axillary or terminal; calyx is 5-lobed, with gland points; corolla 5-lobed, white, with reddish brown glands; stamens 5, shorter than corolla lobes, with glands on the back of anthers. The drupe is spherical, red when ripe, with black glands, persistent style and calyx. Flowering from June to September, fruiting from August to December.
Aconite morphology, perennial herb, 0.6-1.5m high. Two root tubers are often connected side by side, fusiform or obovate, with dark-brown skin; the lateral roots of cultivars are very large, with a diameter of 5 cm. The stems are upright or slightly inclined, cylindrical, with a bluish-green surface, with short hairs or scattered appressed piloses on the upper part, purple old stems on the lower part, and smooth and hairless lower stems. Leaves alternate, leathery, pentagonal, 6–11 cm long, 9–15 cm wide, palmate 3-parted, central lobe rhomboid cuneate, sharply pointed, subpinnately divided, lateral lobes ranging from 2-lobed, each There are coarse teeth or notches on the edges of the lobes. The raceme is long and narrow, densely recurved and pilose.
Aconite can enhance myocardial contractility, speed up heart rate, increase cardiac output, and increase myocardial oxygen consumption. Using traditional Chinese medicine serum pharmacological research methods, it was observed that after oral administration of crude aconite preparations, animal serum can significantly enhance myocardial contractility and speed up myocardial contraction. The effect of medicated serum reached a peak 2 hours after administration, indicating that the aconite decoction is strong Heart ingredient, and this ingredient is effective orally. Overdose of aconite can cause arrhythmia.