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Burnet, belonging to the genus Burnet in the Rosaceae family, is a common herbaceous plant. Burnet is a perennial herb with a plant height of 10-50 cm and a well-developed root system that can survive in arid environments. Burnet leaves are oblong with jagged edges and are green on the outside and white or gray on the underside. The flowering period of Burnet is between July and August. When blooming, the flowers are light yellow and have five petals. The flower diameter is 1-1.5 cm, and they are clustered on the top of the plant. Burnet has the characteristics of drought tolerance, cold tolerance and strong stress resistance. Burnets have roots that go deep into the ground and are able to absorb water and nutrients from deep layers. Special cells within the root system of the Burnet are able to store water in large quantities and then release it to protect the plant in the event of drought.
1. Medicinal value
The roots, stems and leaves of Burnet have certain medicinal value, mainly used for hemostasis, detoxification, antibacterial and health care. Burnet is rich in tannic acid, volatile oil, resin, flavonoids and other ingredients, these ingredients can enhance human immunity, anti-oxidation, anti-inflammatory and other functions, especially for diabetes, hypertension, hepatitis and other chronic diseases. Health effect.
2. Value of cosmetics and skin care products
The active ingredients in Burnet root promote cell renewal and detoxify the skin, so they are often used as raw materials in the field of cosmetics and skin care products. Burnet root can regulate skin oil secretion, inhibit melanin deposition, moisturize and condition, and is often added to face creams and masks, which has a good effect on improving dry, dull, aging skin and other problems.
3. Food value
Burnet can also be used as a food processing raw material. The stems, leaves and roots of Burnet elm contain a variety of trace elements and nutrients, such as carbohydrates, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, iron, etc. These ingredients can promote health and enhance body immunity. At the same time, Burnet also contains special ingredients such as melamine acid, which makes it have a certain taste and edible value.
4. Other application value
In addition to the application value mentioned above, Burnet can also be used in papermaking, dyeing, planting and other fields, and it also has high application value in agriculture. For example, the root of Burnet can be used for drought resistance and disease resistance, and because it contains a variety of trace elements, it has the effect of promoting plant growth.
5. Burnet is used as a medicine for burn wounds. Burnet is mixed with lacquer aunt and cork, etc., and made into paste or emulsion for external use. After application, local secretions can be seen to decrease. In addition, it is also used to treat ulcer bleeding, hemoptysis, metrorrhagia, epistaxis, etc., and has certain effects. Topical application can cure dermatitis.
6. Burnet can also be used for antibacterial effects, mainly inhibiting intestinal pathogenic bacteria (such as Salmonella typhi, Shigella sonnei, Paratyphoid bacteria, etc.), Mycobacterium tuberculosis also has different degrees of inhibition.
7. External application of Burnet elm can reduce exudate and relieve pain. For eczema, thick decoction of raw Burnet can be used, soaked in gauze and applied externally, or Burnet powder, calcined gypsum powder, dried alum can be used, grind well, sprinkle on the affected area, or add sesame oil to apply.
Burnet is a plant rich in nutrients. The amount of vitamins and inorganic salts it contains is several times or ten times higher than that of ordinary vegetables. Burnet can supplement human minerals, vitamin C and carotene, and enhance human immunity good food. Among folk dietetic remedies, Burnet decoction is used to treat bleeding in stool and hemorrhoids. Rich in potassium, it is beneficial to prevent and treat cardiovascular diseases.
Fresh burnet is smashed and applied to the affected area in an appropriate amount, which can cure burns. The root of Burnet has the effects of astringent and antidiarrheal, heat-clearing and detoxifying, cooling blood and hemostasis, and lowering blood pressure. Wash the soil, remove the stems, leaves and fibrous roots, dry and slice.
It is forbidden to take Burnet for bleeding due to deficiency and cold, and it should be taken with caution for those with blood deficiency and stasis. Ophiopogon japonicus; carbuncle sores for prolonged illness without fire, and yang failure and blood syndrome, and it is contraindicated. Deficiency of vital energy subsides and collapsing belt and chronic dysentery, pus, blood and blood stasis are not fresh, and it is forbidden again. The performance hurts the stomach, and it is often caused by accidental ingestion.
Although Burnet can be used for acute and chronic bleeding in various parts of the body, it is mainly used to treat chronic blood in the stool, and the effect is better. But it should be noted that it is used raw for burns and stir-fried for hemostasis. Burnet contains a large amount of tannin, which has strong astringent and vasoconstrictive effects, can reduce the permeability of blood vessels, reduce inflammatory exudation, and has obvious bactericidal effect, which can resist Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection.