Yin Chiao 90T (750mg) 90 Tablets
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AThis formula was first published in the Wen Bing Tiao Bian (Systematic Differentiation of Warm Diseases) by Dr. Wu Ju Tong in the year 1798.
Honeysuckle, also known as Jin Yin Hua or
Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins, Expels Externally Contracted Wind Heat
Forsythia, known as Lian Qiao or
Forsythia Suspensa Fructus
Expels Contracted Wind Heat, Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins
Balloon Flower, known as Jie Geng or
Platycodi Grandiflori Radix
Transforms Cold Phlegm, Circulates Lung Energy, Benefits the Throat, Directs the Action of Other Herbs Upwards.
Peppermint, known as Bo He or
Disperses Wind Heat, Clears the Head and Eyes and Benefits the Throat
Edible Burdock, known as Niu Bang Zi or
Detoxifies Fire Poison, Disperses Wind Heat and Benefits the Throat
Crested Grass, known as Dan Zhu Ye or
Releases the Exterior, Disperses Wind Heat, Lessens Irritability, Relieves Thirst
Schizonepeta, known as Jing Jie or
Releases Exterior, Expels Wind Cold and Wind Heat
Fermented Soy Bean, known as Dan Dou QiSojae Praeparatum Semen
Releases the Exterior for both Cold and Hot Exterior Conditions, Alleviates Irritability
Chinese Licorice root also known as Gan Cao Glycyrrhiza Uranelsis Radix
Tonifies the Spleen, Benefits the Qi, Detoxifies Fire Poisons, Moderates and Harmonizes Other Herbs
At the First Sign of Cold or Flu: Take six pills immediately, then four every four hours for the rest of the day. If symptoms persist, continue to take four every four hours. If symptoms persist beyond the second day, switch to Dr. Shen's Zong Gan Ling.
For Prevention: Take three tablets every four hours when exposed to cold or flu.
Children: Use one tablet for each 25 lbs. of body weight. Crush and mix with food.
Keep a dozen tablets in your car, purse, or pocket during cold and flu season. Take promptly.
Begin taking tablets a half hour before entering airports, airplanes, terminals, or crowded public facilities.
*Daily Value (DV) not established.
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