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Donkey Glue
Donkey Glue
TMPW No.:11050

Latin name Asini Corii Collas
Botanical source: Family name Equidae
Botanical source: Plant name Equus asinus Linné (GBIF:2440891)
Part used Glue
Empirical criteria for quality selection Good one is yellow or transparent like an amber, or transparently dark-red. It should not get soft even in summer. (NI)
Constituents Peptide:
Collagen, Glutin
Pharmacological effects Enhancing blood clotting.
Indications To enrich the blood and stop bleeding, it is applied to treat bleeding, hematemesis, hemoptysis and cough.
Diseases Nasal hemorrhage, Hemoptysis, Hematemesis, Hematuria, Hematochezia, Irregular vaginal bleeding, Hypermenorrhea, Cough, Dry cough, Few sputum, Sputum with blood, Rapid breathing, Thirst, Lightheadedness, Vertigo, Palpitation, Fret, Insomnia, Heat, Twitch of the muscles, Night sweats
Formulas unkeito , odoto , oren'akyoto , kyukikyogaito , kyososan , shakanzoto , choreito , choreitogoshimotsuto
Meridian tropism Lung, Liver, Kidney
Property Neutral
Flavor Sweet
Classification in "Shen-non Ben-cao Jing" Superior
TCM: Classification Tonics
TCM: Medicinal effects To nourish blood and replenish yin, moisten dryness, stanch bleeding.
For blood deficiency and sallow complexion dizziness and palpitation, weak muscle and lack of strength, insomnia caused by vexation, internal stirring of defiency wind, cough caused by lung dryness, cough caused by consumptive disease, hemoptysis, hematemesis and hematuria, bloody stool, flooding and spotting, vaginal bleeding during pregnancy.
Remarks Listed in the Japanese standards for non-pharmacopoeial crude drugs 2018.
References NI: N. Isshiki, Methods of Quality Evaluation and Preparation of Wakan-yaku, Tohodo Shoten, Tokyo, 1987.


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