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Pipe Cleaner, 8 oz
Pipe Cleaner, 8 oz
|Brand||Gentle Warriors Pediatric Formulations|
|Unit Size||8 oz|
|Dosage||(adult) 60-90 drops, 2-4 times per day.|
|Contraindications||Dry, non-productive cough; cough with fluent white or clear phlegm.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Wheezing, cough; sticky or thick yellow-green phlegm that is difficult to expectorate; slight to moderate fever (less than 102 deg F); dry throat or thirst|
|Western Symptomology||Dyspnea; stubborn or persistent viral, bacterial, or allergic bronchitis with or without asthmatic symptoms|
|Actions||Expels thick, colored phlegm and readily and effectively reverses the inflammatory response in the bronchi, thus allaying congestion, wheezing, and cough.|
|English name||Pipe Cleaner, 8 oz|
|Description||Pipe Cleaner addresses a potentially stubborn disorder commonly known as asthmatic bronchitis. This diagnosis describes a condition caused by inflammation secondary to a viral or bacterial infection, or an allergic reaction. The prominent symptoms are strenuous coughing, with or without wheezing, accompanied by dark or yellow-green phlegm that tends to be thick, sticky and difficult to expectorate.
It is based on a modern prescription, Yin Hua Wu Mei Tang, formulated by Professor Liu Bichen, Pipe Cleaner contains five core ingredients not usually found in traditional asthma formulas: mume (wu mei), fluorite (zi shi ying), uncaria (gou teng), earthworm (di long), and honeysuckle (yin yua) that together contribute potent anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, anti-microbial, and anti-spasmodic properties to the formulation. Professor Liu explains that Yin Hua Wu Mei Tang " ... astringes the Lung to stop the cough, inhibits pathogenic bacteria and fungi, counteracts protein sensitization and histamine shock, regulates the Lung Qi, dissolves phlegm, moistens the Lung, nourishes the Kidneys, strengthens the Lower Burner, clears Heat, removes obstructions from the channels, and expands the bronchi ..."
Quite often, an acute asthmatic episode follows on the heels of a bronchitis induced by a viral cold or flu, a secondary bacterial sinusitis, or an allergic reaction to food, medication, or the environment. Regardless of the etiology, the pathogenic pattern is one of obstruction and attrition: the accumulation and entanglement of Phlegm, Heat, and Toxins block the natural, downward movement of Lung Qi, dry up the Yin (Moisture and Blood), and, when prolonged, deplete the Qi and Essence of the Lung and Kidneys.
|Ingredients||Honeysuckle flower (jin yin hua); mume fruit (wu mei); purple aster root, honey-fried (zhi zi wan); schisandra fruit (wu wei zi); fluorite (zi shi ying); gambir stem branch and twig (gou teng - shuang); earthworm (di long); perilla seed (zi su zi); platycodon root (jie geng); lepidium seed (ting li zi); radish seed (lai fu zi); Chinese licorice root (gan cao)|