Size: 1 oz (w/dropper included)-- approx. 10 days supply
MADE IN USA
What is it?:
Nose Clear Liquid Extract (Bi Yan Tang) is a Chinese Medicine formula that addresses seasonal hay fever, pollen & dust allergies, and common cold when sneezing and red, itchy eyes are the predominant symptoms. Taken over the course of several months, Nose Clear Liquid Extract can help eliminate or greatly reduce nasal allergies. That may seem like a long time, but the reward is being rid of those annoying allergies!
What else you might like to know:
One of the chief herbs in this formula dries the sinus passages, so if you are prone to nosebleeds when in dry climates this formula may exacerbate that effect. If this happens, just stop the formula (of course!).
It is important to understand that Chinese herbs work by restoring balance to the body. This means that you usually have to take an herb or a formula for a longer period of time than you would with pharmaceuticals in order to get results-- usually at least a month, and often times longer than that... it all depends on the individual and the nature of the ailment being addressed.
What is it good for:
- sneezing, red/itchy eyes, hay fever symptoms
- acute and chronic rhinitis
- clearing nasal congestion
- sinusitis (w/Chuan Xin Lian to clear heat & infection)
Traditional Chinese medicine benefits:
- opens nasal passages and relieves pain
- unblocks nasal obstructions
- clears heat (from exterior)
- releases exterior/expels wind
Ingredients: Magnolia flower (Xin yi hua), Xanthium fruit (Cang er zi), Forsythia fruit (Lian qiao), Dahurican angelica root (Bai zhi), Phellodendron bark (Huang bai), Licorice root (Gan cao), Chrysanthemum flower bud (Ju hua), Siler root (Fang feng), Schizonepeta herb (Jing jie), Schisandra berry (Wu wei zi), Anemarrhena root (Zhi mu), Platycodon root (Jie geng)
Directions for use:
Shake Well before each use.
Maintenance Serving: Dissolve 1-2 droppers (1/2 tsp.) in warm water or juice 2-3 times daily.
Augmented Serving: Take 1 full tsp. 2 to 3 times daily in warm water or juice or as directed by a qualified herbalist familiar with the use of Chinese herbs and formulas.
To evaporate alcohol place in hot water.