Original plant name: Puccinellia tulipii, a perennial herb, with a plant height of 14 to 80 cm. Rhizomes thick and short. Pole densely clustered, base with dark brown leaf sheath. Leaves basal, sessile leaves; leaves linear, 50-60 cm long, apex gradually narrowing into a set of bristles, inwardly rolled, finely toothed, base sheath-like.
Long side branch cymes, umbelliferous, 6 to 22 cm long; bracts leaflike, longer than inflorescence; bracteoles lanceolate, apical setose; majority of spikelets, solitary or 2 to 5 clusters, oblong, 6-12mm long, 4 empty scales at the base, 2 large and 2 small, oval, apical
Ends with small short tips, brown, membranous, keel-like protrusions in the middle ribs; flower scales are slightly larger than the empty scales, 2.3 to 3 mm in length; most of the lower setae are bristles, which exceed the scales at maturity, up to 7 mm, without fine spines Stamens 2, anthers apically with short spikes of purple-black lanceolate; styles long, stigmas 3, thinly linear. Small nuts are narrowly oblong, oblate-triangular, pointed at the top, beaked, dark brown, and some have brown spots on the lower part, about 2.5mm long and 0.5mm wide.
[Sexual taste]: Sin, wet.
[Efficacy] Qufengsanhan, Tong Meridian, Pingchuan cough. Puccinellia florida inflorescence relieves cough.
[Indications] For colds, colds, cough, rheumatic bone pain, and bruises. The usual amount is 10-15g.
[Processing] Harvest processing Summer harvesting, drying.
Lawn and ground cover, foliage type, ornamental, or garden lawn with low pedestrian flow.
The total length of this product is about 14 ~ 80cm. The fibrous root is thick and brown. The rods are densely clustered, blunt trigonal or cylindrical, about 1 to 2 mm in diameter, straw-colored, and the base has a persistent dark brown leaf sheath. The leaves are all basal, linear, 50-60 cm long, 2 to 4 mm wide, and the tips gradually narrow to bristle, with very fine teeth at the edges, slightly involute, light brownish yellow. Cymes umbrella-shaped, terminal. Leaflike bracts are longer than inflorescences; spikelets are numerous, solitary or 2 to 5 clusters; scales are brown, membranous, and ribs are keellike; lower setae are mostly longer than scales, filamentous. Light and soft. Breathless and light. Dry, more stems and leaves, with inflorescence are preferred.