|Dosage||This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 1 tsp 2x/day. In acute cases, dosage may be increased up to 2 tsp 3x/day. In chronic cases, the dose may be reduced to 1 tsp 1x/day.|
|Actions||Clear heat, dissolve phlegm, stop cough, descend qi.|
|CAUTION||Use caution for those with yin deficiency, wind-cold, dry cough.|
|Chinese name||Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan|
|English name||Cear Qi and Phlegm Pill|
This is a modified version of the classic Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan. To strengthen its ability to resolve phlegm we have added Yu Xing Cao.
The name Tussis is derived from the latin word for cough. This aptly describes this formula's ability to resolve a deep cough with profuse phlegm.
Ban xia, Yu Xing Cao, Dan nan xing, Gua lou ren, Xing ren, Huang qin, Fu ling, Zhe Bei Mu, Chen pi, Zhi shi, Jie Geng, Gan Cao.
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