Click to enlargeGreat Wall Brand - Ching Fei Yi Huo Pien - 12 Vials X 8 Tablets

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Dosage 4 tablets once daily Contraindications Da Huang can cause diarrhea. Reduce dosage accordingly Chinese Symptomology Sharp, barking cough; Sore lungs; Cough with thick, difficult to expectorate yellow phlegm;Dry mouth;Sore throat;Mouth sores;Bleeding gums;Toothache;FeverLung Fire Cough Western Symptomology Tonsillitis; Pharyngitis; Acute and Chronic Bronchitis; Pulmonary Abscess; Tuberculosis; Pneumonia Actions Clears lung heat, eliminates phlegm, drains liver fire, moistens the throat, frees the stool, relieves cough. Pattern Lung Fire Conditions; Lung heat; Lung heat phlegm; Liver fire Ingredients Active Ingredients Baikal Skullcap Root, Chinese Phubarb Toot and Stem, Gardenia Fruit, Ballon Flower Root, Trichosanthes Root, Anemarrhena Stem and Root, Shrubby Sophora Root, Phellodendron Bark, Hogfennel [Peucedanum Decursivum (Miq.) Maxim.] Root. Inactive Ingredients Corn Starch and Water. "This product is one of the few patent medicines available for lung fire conditions, marked by a sensation of burning lungs, with dry cough, or barking cough. It can be added with other formulas for phlegm heat, to reinforce the effect of draining fire and clearing heat. To some extent, it is useful for bacterial infections, and can be used in acute pneumonia. (Jake Fratkin - Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines)


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