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Yin Chao Jin by Health Concerns is designed to treat health issues related to wind-heat imbalances in the body. It is especially beneficial to use when the first symptoms of a cold or the flu develop, including sore throat, low-grade fever, persistent cough and headache.

Yin Chao Jin is a proprietary blend formula of herbs proven effective for wind-heat conditions, including lonicera flower, licorice root, forsythia fruit, isatis extract leaf and root, and soja sprout.

- Helpful in clearing heat and eliminating toxins present in the body
- Helpful in treating skin irritations such as itching due to wind-heat
- Alleviates such symptoms in cold and flu as body aches, sore throat, fever and coughing

Yin Chao Jin Ingredients in 3 tablets: Lonicera (Jin Yin Hua), Forsythia (Lina Qiao), Isatis Extract (Ban Lan Gen and Da Qing Ye), Arctium (Niu Bang Zi), Mentha (Bo He), Schizonpeta (Jing Jie), Soja (Dan Dou Chi), Platycodon (Jie Geng), Lophaterum (Dan Zhu Ye), Phragmites (Lu Gen), Licorice (Gan Cao).

Suggested Use: Adults: Take 3 tablets every 3 to 4 hours or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product. Do not use this product if are pregnant or nursing.

Keep out of reach of children.


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