Yin Chao Jr., 1 oz
Yin Chao Jr., 1 oz
|Unit Size||One fluid ounce, 10 day supply|
|Dosage||1 to 3 droppers, every 3 to 4 hours. Add to juice or boiling water to partially evaporate the alcohol. This formula is intended for children over 8 months or adults unable to swallow pills|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Contraindications||Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women|
|Chinese Symptomology||Sore throat;Low fever;Thirst;Aching shoulders and neck;Headache;Swollen glands;Dry cough; Skin itching with heat;|
|Western Symptomology||Common cold;Influenza;Pediatric ear infection;Tonsillitis;Chicken Pox;Rubella;Measles;Hives|
|Actions||Dispels pathogenic wind, clears heat, resolves toxin, benefits the throat, relieves thirst, diffuses lung qi.|
|Pattern||Pathogenic wind invasion;Heat;Toxin;|
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|Chinese name||Yin Chao|
|English name||Yin Chao Jr. (Dr. Fung's Cold Formula for Children Herbal Supplement), 1 oz|
This is an empirical formula based on Dr. Fung's 60 years of clinical experience. This formula is a gentle yet effective remedy for addressing children\'s colds. It is a well-rounded combination that has a multi-pronged approach: to clear heat, harmonize the digestion, moisten the throat and lung, and to invigorate the blood and tonify the Qi.
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