Qing Fei Pai Du Tang Granules

Qing Fei Pai Du Tang Granules

Qing Fei Pai Du Tang Granules

SKU AHGF156
Brand ActiveHerb Extract Granule Formulas
Unit Size 100g
Potency 5:1
Chinese name 清肺排毒汤
English name Clear the Lungs and Relieve Toxicity Formula (LungClear)
Description

Qing Fei Pai Du Tang is derived from a classic traditional Chinese medicinal formula combination, including the Maxing Shigan Decoction, Shegan Mahuang Decoction, Xiao Chaihu Decoction, and Wuling Powder, which has a mild nature and flavor.

The State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the National Health Commission issued an official recommendation for healthcare professionals on February 6th, 2020.  Wang Wei, Vice President and professor of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, stated that various clinical observations and preliminary basic studies have shown that Qing Fei Pai Du Tang is a universal formula that is quick-acting, highly efficient, and safe. Qing Fei Pai Du Tang is widely used in 28 provinces across the country, and is most used formula in Wuhan. Since February 5th, over 390,000 doses of Qing Fei Pai Du Tang have been supplied in designated hospitals and quarantine facilities in Wuhan. 500,000 doses of compound granules have been supplied in the Hu Bei province.  A group of experts has done research on the material basis of Qing Fei Pai Du Tang, and it is preliminarily shown that this formula supports the lungs through multiple components and targets.

Note: The Original composition of Qing Fei Pai Du Tang is Ma Huang 9 g, Zhi Gan Cao 6 g, Xing Ren 9 g, Sheng Shi Gao 15~30 g, Gui Zhi 9 g, Ze Xie 9 g, Zhu Ling 9g, Bai Zhu 9 g, Fu Ling 15 g, Chai Hu 16 g, Huang Qin 6 g, Jiang Ban Xia 9 g, Sheng Jiang 9 g, Zi Wan 9 g, Kuan Dong Hua 9 g, Shegan 9 g, Xi Xin 6 g, Shan Yao 12 g, Zhi Shi 6 g, Chen Pi 6 g, Huo xiang 9 g. Because Ma Huang and Xi Xin are banned herbal ingredients by the US FDA, Member of Academy Dr. Boli Zhang suggested the use of Ru Xiang to replace Ma Huang, and Gan Jiang instead of Xi Xin. A compromise was made by according to the suggestions of Member of Academy Dr. Boli Zhang

Supports Normal Respiratory Function†

You feel normal. But somehow your throat is scratchy, you feel a bit heat in your forehead. Walking a short distance seems like running a marathon. You want harmony within your body to return - and fast.

But sometimes external evils, as they are known in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, can leave you feeling miserable. When Dampness, an evil in TCM, invades the body and enters the Lungs, excess mucus may accumulate. Consequently, the excess fluid buildup inhibits the normal gaseous exchange of oxygen and CO2 in the tissues.

LungClear™ is a proprietary formula that supports a healthy lung function.†
Acclaimed Formula Rooted in Ancient Wisdom

Qing Fei Pai Du Tang is composed of four classic remedies described in the 2000-year-old manuscript, Shang Han Lun by Zhang Zhongjing.

The four formulas are: Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang, She Gan Ma Huang Tang, Xiao Chai Hu Tang, and Wu Ling San.

Qing Fei Pai Du Tang was announced by China’s National Health Commission in February 2020.

The formula for LungClear is modified slightly from the original Qing Fei Pai Du Tang.

How Does LungClear Work?

The herbs in LungClear help clear the internal environment of the respiratory system.

To explain the actions of this complex formula, the herbs will be divided into the four groupings mentioned in Shang Han Lun.

The herbs Shi Gao (Gypsum), Zhi Gan Cao (Prepared Chinese licorice root), Ku Xing Ren (Apricot seed), Jing Jie (Schizonepeta Herb), Zi Su Ye (Perilla Leaf) disperse Wind-Heat, release the exterior and clears the Lungs. This grouping is based on the formula, Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang.

The following herbs are based on the formula, She Gan Ma Huang Tang. The physiological actions of this formula includes: disperses Cold-Dampness and clears mucus: She Gan (Belamcanda rhizome), Zi Wan (Tartarian aster root), Kuan Dong Hua (Coltsfoot flower bud), Jiang Ban Xia (Pinellia rhizome cured with ginger), Sheng Jiang (Fresh ginger rhizome).

The next grouping of herbs constitutes the formula, Xiao Chai Hu, one of the most famous Chinese herbal formulas in history: Chai Hu (Bupleurum), Huang Qin (Scutellaria), Zhi Ban Xia (prepared Pinellia), Sheng Jiang (Ginger), Dang Shen (Codonopsis), Da Zao (Jujube) and Gan Cao (Licorice). Collectively, these herbs drain heat, vent the Lungs, and prevent the evil from further penetrating the interior.

The fourth grouping of herbs collectively forms Wu Ling Pian, which eliminates Dampness and assists in the detoxification process by promoting sweating and removing excess fluid from the body: Fu Ling (Poria), Zhu Ling (Polyporus), Ze Xie (Water Plantain Rhizome), Bai Zhu (Atractylodes Rhizome) and Gui Zhi (Cinnamon Twig).

 

Ingredients
Schizonepeta flower spike Schizonepeta tenuifolia Jing Jie Sui
Perilla leaves Perilla frutescens Zi Su Ye
Chinese licorice root prepared Glycyrrhiza uralensis Zhi Gan Zao
Apricot seed Prunus armeniaca Ku Xing Ren
Gypsum   Shi Gao
Cassia twig Cinnamomum cassia Gui Zhi
Asian water plantain rhizome Alisma orientale Ze Xie
Zhu ling sclerotium Polyporus umbellatus Zhu Ling
bai-zhu atractylodes rhizome Atractylodes macrocephala Bai Zhu
Poria sclerotium Poria cocos Fu Ling
Bupleurum root Bupleurum chinense Chai Hu
Barbed skullcap root Scutellaria baicalensis Huang Qin
Pinellia rhizome ginger-cured Pinellia ternata Jiang Ban Xia
Ginger rhizome fresh Zingiber officinale Sheng Jiang
Tartarian aster root Aster tataricus Zi Wan
Coltsfoot flower bud Tussilago farfara Kuan Dong Hua
Belamcanda rhizome Belamcanda chinensis She Gan
Cynanchum stauntonii root and rhizome   Bai Qian
Platycodon root Platycodon grandiflora Jie Geng
Chinese yam rhizome Dioscorea opposita Shan Yao
Bitter orange immature fruit Citrus aurantium Zhi Shi
Tangerine dried rind Citrus reticulata Chen Pi
Patchouli aerial part Pogostemon cablin Guang Huo Xiang
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