Xuan Fei Ping Qi Pian
Xuan Fei Ping Qi Pian
|Brand||Guang Ci Tang Tablets & Teapills|
|Unit Size||200 tablets, 200mg each|
|Dosage||The standard dosage for Breathmooth™ is 6 tablets each time, taken 2 to 3 times daily with or before meals. One bottle lasts users 12 to 17 days. The dose may be doubled for a quicker and stronger response as needed. Consult your practitioner for precise dosage recommendations based on body weight and other factors.|
Breathmooth ( formerly Ke Chuan Pian), is an all natural Chinese herbal supplement specially formulated to support normal airways and smooth breathing in cases of Wind-cold invasion.
Support Smooth Breathing†
You could be standing in the most verdant, oxygen-rich rainforest on Earth. But you may still breathe as if you just climbed several floors. You simply like to lay down and rest.
From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), our body is vulnerable to changes in the surrounding environment. Imagine how you may feel if standing in the Wind weather for a while. Such external adverse conditions are referred as external evils, or straightforwardly Wind, in TCM. When it happens, airflow in the respiratory tract can be affected. Think of swallowing air in a windy cold weather to your lungs. Breathmooth is a Chinese herbal formula that releases the exterior and supports healthy lung function.
How does Breathmooth work?
Breathmooth transforms and/or dispels Phlegm as well as Wind. Breathmooth also may offer relief because of its ability to diffuse Lung Qi.
Jie Geng (Platycodon Root) ventilates the Lungs and dispels phlegm. Bai Qian (Cynanchum) descends Qi and expels phlegm. Qian Hu (Hogfennel Root) disperses wind, clears heat, directs Qi downward and transforms phlegm. Bai Bu (Stemona Root) moistens the Lungs and moves Qi downward. Jing Jie (Schizonepeta Herb) releases the exterior and disperses wind. Jiang Ban Xia (Pinellia) dries dampness and transforms phlegm. Bei Mu (Thunberg Fritillary Bulb) clears heat and transforms phlegm. Fang Feng (Siler Root) releases the exterior and dispels wind and dismisses dampness.
Sang Bai Pi (Mulberry Root Bark) drains the Lungs and is one of the most commonly used TCM herbs for supporting the airways. Bai Gao (Ginkgo Nut) also is a famous TCM herb for supporting the airways because it astringes the Lungs and expels Phlegm. Zi Su Zi (Perilla seed) also supports the airways by redirecting rebellious Lung Qi downward. In addition, it dissolves phlegm. The last herb in the formula, Ting Li Zi (Lepidium Seed), also supports the respiratory airways by draining the Lungs.