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Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan
Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan
|Brand||Herbal Times Teapills|
|Dosage||4 pills, 3 times daily.|
|Potency||3:1 / 300mg|
|Contraindications||Not for use in dry cough. Reduce dosage should loose stools develop. Caution during pregnancy.|
|Chinese Symptomology||full sensation in the chest and diaphragm, bronchial spasm, smokerâ€™s cough, sinus congestion, nasal discharge, dry mouth with sore throat and dry stool.|
|Western Symptomology||Cough;nausea; dyspnea; dysporia; asthma; dry mouth; sore throat; chest oppression; epigastric oppression|
|Actions||Strengthens Spleen and Lung function; resolves phlegm; clears heat; diffuses Lung Qi; soothes coughs; calms wheezing; and regulates Qi.|
|Chinese name||Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan|
|English name||Clear Qi, Transform Phlegm Pills|
|Description||An elaboration of Chen Shiwen\'s Er Chen Tang, this is an effective and often used formula for phlegm heat cough; it can also be applied for chronic phlegm damp coughs. One of the additional herbs is Arisaema Dan Nan Xing, which has been coated in pig bile. Bile is quite strong in transforming and dispelling stubborn sticky phlegm, and, being cold, is also effective at clearing heat and resolving toxins. Bile transforms phlegm in a similar manner to its ability to break down fat, and is more effective than plant source anti-phlegm herbs. (Fratkin, Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines)|
|Ingredients||Nan Xing -dan (Chinese Arisaema): 15%; Ban Xia (Jiang) (Processed Pinella): 15%; Fu Ling (Poria; Hoelen; Tuckahoe): 10%; Chen Pi (Tangerine Peel): 10%; Zhi Shi (Immature Bitter Orange Fruit): 10%; Sheng Jiang (Fresh Ginger): 10%; Huang Qin (Chinese Skullcap Root): 10%; Xing Ren (Bei / Ku) (Apricot Seed): 10%; Gua Lou Ren (Trichosanthes Seed): 10%|
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