Ban Xia Rhizoma Pinelliae preparatum
Fu Ling Sclerotium Poriae albae
Zhu Ru Caulis Bambusae in Taeniam
Huang Qin Radix Scutellariae
Gua Lou Shi Fructus Trichosanthis
Chen Pi Pericarpium Citri reticulatae
Xing Ren Semen Armeniacae
Zi Wan Radix Asteris
Zhi Shi Fructus Aurantii immaturus
Sang Bai Pi Cortex Mori
Gan Cao Radix Glycyrrhizae
Phlegm-Heat in the Lungs.
Resolve Phlegm, clear Heat, restore the descending of Lung-Qi.
Acute cough with expectoration of profuse, yellow sputum following an upper respiratory infection, a feeling of oppression of the chest, fever, thirst, insomnia, feeling of heat, red cheeks.
Tongue: Normal, red or red only in the front with a thick-sticky-yellow coating.
Pulse: Slippery, rapid.
Qing Qi Hua Tan Tang (Clearing Qi and Resolving Phlegm Decoction).
The most common consequence of an invasion of external Wind is that the pathogenic factor goes into the Interior and turns into Heat. At the same time, the pathogenic factor interferes with the function of the Stomach and Spleen and leads to the formation of Phlegm. Thus, the pathogenic factor is Phlegm-Heat which settles in the Lungs. Phlegm interferes with the descending of Lung-Qi.
- Ban Xia, Chen Pi and Fu Ling resolve Phlegm
- Zhu Ru, Huang Qin, Gua Lou and Sang Bai Pi specifically resolve Phlegm-Heat
- Xing Ren, Zhi Shi and Zi Wan restore the descending of Lung-Qi to stop cough
This product is a dietary (food) supplement, as prescribed by a qualified practitioner. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any disease. Do not take if nursing or pregnant. Not intended to replace a varied diet. Not to be consumed for longer 3 months on a continued basis.