Click to enlargeFar East Summit - Yin Qiao Formula - 8 OZ.

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Properties This formula will be ineffective in cases with damp-heat, unless significantly modified. - Bensky Contraindications Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women Chinese Symptomology Sore throat;Low fever;Thirst;Aching shoulders and neck;Headache;Swollen glands;Dry cough; Skin itching with heat; Western Symptomology Common cold; Influenza; bronchitis; pneumonia; tonsilitis, measles, mumps, meningitis, encaphalitis B. - Bensky Actions Disperses wind-heat, clears heat, and resolves toxicity. - Bensky Pattern Pathogenic wind invasion;Heat; Toxin Recommendations Also available in 2oz size and 32 oz size

Ingredients Japanese Honeysuckle (Lonicera flower), Forsythia fruit, Prepared Soybean, Platycodon grandiflorum root, Burdock seed, Phragmitis rhizome, Bamboo leaf, Schizonepeta herb, Mentha (bo he) herb, Chinese Licorice root, grain alcohol (20-30%), vegetable glycerin, water. This is the classic formula for treating protective-level warm pathogen diseases. Its unique value lies in its integration of three distinctly different strategies: vent wind-heat from the exterior; clear heat fro the Lung collaterals and resolve toxicity; and prevent the sinking inward of pathogens into the Pericardium or middle burner.


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