Size: 1 oz (w/dropper included)-- approx. 10 days supply
MADE IN USA
What is it?:
Qing Qi Hua Tan Liquid TIncture is a classic Chinese Herbal Medicine formula that clears heat and toxins from the lungs (i.e. infection). It also works powerfully to clear phlegm. It is best used when there is cough with thick, yellow phlegm that is difficult to expectorate ("sticky").-- the kind of cough that has "settled in" and established itself deep in the lungs. In severe cases, people with this pattern presentation may also experience shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
Because internal inflammation (from too much phlegm) can also hinder the flow of qi and other vital fluids in the midsection of the body, nausea, a feeling of fullness in the chest and epigastrium, or abdominal bloating can show up as secondary symptoms that may indicate the use of this formula.
What is it good for:
- asthma, bronchitis, or pneumonia (or any upper respiratory issue with cough with thick, yellow phlegm that is difficult to expectorate as a component).
Traditional Chinese medicine benefits:
- clears heat-toxins from the Lung
- transforms phlegm
What else you might like to know:
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.
Ingredients: Arisaema root (prepared- Dan nan xing), Pinellia rhizome (Ban xia), Trichosanthes (Gua lou ren), Scutellaria root (Huang qin), Aged tangerine peel (Chen pi), Apricot kernel (Xing ren), Immature orange fruit (Zhi shi), Poria fungus (Fu ling), Fresh ginger root (Sheng jiang)
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.