|Unit Size||2 fl oz|
|Dosage||This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 2 tsp 2x/day. In acute cases the dose may be increase to 2 tsp 4x/day, then reduced as the formula takes effect.|
|Western Symptomology||low-grade fever, aversion to cold, chills, headache, ticklish throat, soreness of muscles of limbs, no sweats.|
|Actions||Expel Wind, Release the Exterior; Clear Heat, Detoxify|
|Tongue||pale, coating is white and thin.|
|CAUTION||Caution during pregnancy.|
This formula (Ge Gen Tang plus Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang) was created by the HuBei Hospital in China for early stage symptoms. This formula addresses wind-cold types of symptoms with the addition of herbs specifically for the coronavirus.
HuBei Hospital published a list of formulas broken down by disease stage progression. Their early-stage formula is based on chai ge jie ji tang and ge gen tang. We modeled this formula for our Hu Bei #1. It is appropriate where there are symptoms of cold: chills, headache, body aches, runny nose, loss of smell and taste etc.
Ge Gen, Bai Zhi, Jin Yin Hua, Bai Shao, Fang Feng, Gan Cao, Gui Zhi, Hong Zao, Jing Jie, She Gan, Sheng Jiang, Wei Ling Xian
Kudzu Root, Angelica Root, Honeysuckle Flower, Peony Root, Siler Root, Licorice Root, Cinnamon Twig, Jujube, Schizonepta, Belamcanda Rhizome, Ginger Rhizome, Clematis Root