Antiphlogistic Formula, 2 oz

Antiphlogistic Formula, 2 oz

Antiphlogistic Formula, 2 oz

SKU KT104-2
Brand Kan Traditionals
Unit Size 2 oz
Dosage 10-20 drops, 2-3 times per day
Potency 7:1
Properties Supports oral health. Supports healthy Lung function. Supports healthy nasal passages.
Contraindications Contraindicated during pregnancy. Use only for a short duration.
Chinese Symptomology Acute inflammation of the throat, swollen glands, fever. Cough with yellow phlegm, pulmonary abscess, pneumonia, tuberculosis, bronchitis and other upper respiratory infections. Damp Heat diarrhea, dysentery, vaginal yeast infections. Systemic infections, chronic viral disorders, abscesses (tooth, lung) and oral thrush
Actions Purges Toxic Heat, clears Lung Heat, cools the Blood, clears Damp Heat in the Lower Burner
Pattern Toxic Heat, Lung Heat, Damp Heat in the Lower Burner
Tongue Red with greasy, yellow coating
Pulse Rapid, forceful, slippery
Branch Lung
Chinese name chuan xin lian kang yan pian
English name Antiphlogistic Formula

The main herb in this prescription Andrographis is presently undergoing study in AIDS clinical trials and by pharmaceutical companies, based on its reputation as a potent antiviral herb. It is famous not only in classical Chinese medicine, but also in Ayurvedic medicine (chiretta seed), where it is also used for infectious conditions with Heat. Recent studies show that Andrographis is effective in inhibiting staphylococcus, pseudomonas, proteus vulgaris, shigella dysenteriae, staphylococcus, and E-Coli. In modern Chinese practice, it is being applied to enteric infections, leprosy, tuberculosis, hepatitis, Kidney infections, various cancers, snake bites, septicemia, and other systemic infections. Antiphlogistic Formula is best used clinically for deep-seated viral disorders, chronic and acute infections, and to reduce inflammation, fever and hot swelling. It can easily be added to other prescriptions (such as Gan Mao Ling, Zhong Gan Ling, or Dispel Invasion) to enhance their effect.


Pinyin Name

Common Name

Chuan xin lian

Andrographis herb

Ban lan gen

Isatis root

Pu gong ying

Dandelion herb

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