Dew Grass Extract Product Description

- Sep 22, 2018-

Dew grass is another name for Cyanotis arachnoidea C. B. Clarke. It is a multi-year living herb of the genus Dew. The whole plant is stellate white bristles; several roots, thicker, slightly fleshy; stalks, sessile, succulent, sessile, sessile, sessile; sessile There are obvious membranous leaf sheaths. Cymes apical or axillary; flowers several; sate sately curved, arranged in tiling; petals blue-purple. Capsule obovate-triangular; seeds small, quadrangular.

Dew grass is distributed in most parts of Yunnan, and is born in the damp areas such as hillsides, roadsides and forestsides. Its flower is small, but its unique shape is a beautiful garden ornamental plant. Its roots are used as medicine, and it has the effect of removing phlegm and dehumidification, and it can be used as a main raw material for medicine, veterinary medicine and cosmetics.

Perennial herb. Roots are thick, stout, nearly 2 mm in diameter. The main stem is sterile, short, with many clumps of leaves; the fertile stem is emitted from the lower part of the leaf clump, scatters or licks and roots on the knot, 20-70 cm long, with sparse or dense spider hair. The leaves on the main stem are clumped, lobed or banded, 8-35 cm long and 0.5-1.5 cm wide. The sparse spider filaments are nearly glabrous, and the lower part is often densely covered with this hair; The upper leaves are much shorter; the longest is only 7 cm, the width is nearly equal to the leaves on the main stem, and the leaves on the main stem are equally hairy; the sheath is almost always densely covered with spider silk.

Iris cymose constant clustered on shoots or leaf axils, sessile and sessile, or stalks stalks as long as 4 cm; sessile stellate stellate, apically acuminate, 1-2. -5) cm, densely or sparsely stellately pubescent, often sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessately sessate sessate Spider-like hairs; petals blue-purple, blue or white, longer than sepals; filaments of blue spider silky hair. Capsule small, broadly oblong-triangular, 2.5 mm long, apex densely slender. The seeds are taupe and have small pits. Flowering 6-9, fruiting in October.