[Chinese name]: Mi Zilan (scientific name: Aglaia odorata Lour.) belongs to the Meliaceae family, evergreen shrubs or small trees
[Other names]: Shulan ("Taiwan House History"), Caviar ("Guangzhou Flora"), Orchid Rice, Zhulan, Magnolia ("Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine History", Qianlixiang "Luchuan Materia Medica"
[History name]: Mi Zilan was originally called Yelan, originally published in "Supplements to Compendium of Materia Medica" Mube (1765)
[The origin of the name]: The yellow flowers of Aberdeen are as small as rice grains, hence the name
[Geographical distribution]: Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan, Taiwan (introduced from southern China in 1661) and Vietnam, India, Thailand, Malaysia Etc. are distributed
[Habits]: like warmth, avoid severe cold, like light, avoid strong direct sunlight, slightly tolerate shade, afraid of dryness, not cold resistant
[Temperature]: The planting temperature is above 10 C. Aberdeen is very sensitive to low temperature. A short period of minus low temperature can cause the whole plant to die. After the winter, you must move indoors to prevent freezing and keep warm, otherwise you will easily freeze to death
Winter planting of Mi Zilan: The indoor temperature is about 10 degrees Celsius, and it cannot be too high or too low. If it is too low, it is prone to freezing damage, and if it is too high, it will easily cause it to grow new shoots. Then the new shoots are too weak to survive the winter. In addition, we must do a good job in the prevention and control of pests and diseases.
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Stem: about 2~6 meters high, the bark is reddish-brown, and the branchlets are more divergent.
Leaf shape: 3~7 leaflets opposite, oval or obovate
Inflorescence: flowers are small, bead-shaped, panicles, axillary or terminal at the top of branches,
Petals: 5 petals, arranged imbricate, ovoid, blunt tip; stamen tube slightly spherical, 5 stamens, no filaments, 5 anthers, attached Born on the inner side of the stamen; the ovary is hairy, and the petals enclose the stamen tube, forming a pot, leaving only a small hole; 1 pistil.
[Flower color]: golden yellow, aromatic
[Flowering Period]: June to July
[Fruit]: Berry, dry, ovoid, orange, red when ripe. The result rate is extremely low.
[Potted Plants]: Aberdeen Orchid potted plants have lush green leaves, evergreen throughout the year, flowers as small as rice, fragrant and intoxicating, and can be used to decorate venues, halls, courtyards and Home decoration.
[Cut Flowers]: Aberdeen cut flowers can be used as lining flowers for bouquets and opening flower baskets. After the Michelangelo is cut, it can be left for about 5-9 days.
[Nature and Flavor] The taste is sweet and the nature is flat.
[Return Meridian] into the three meridians of lung, stomach and liver.
[Functions and Indications] ①Flower: relieves depression, promotes birth, sobers up, clears the lungs, refreshes the head, quenches polydipsia. Treatment of discomfort with fullness of the thoracic and diaphragm, early onset of choking, cough and dizziness. (The following is "Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine")
[Chemical composition] Aberdeen hybrida leaves contain lignans, diamides, flavonoids and tetracyclic triterpenoids.
The branches and leaves of Mi Zilan are used as medicine to treat bruises, carbuncle, etc.