Xanthium Relieve Surface / Health Concerns
Xanthium Relieve Surface by Health Concerns
Xanthium Relieve Surface can be used to support normal sinus QI and also to relieve skin itching caused by an allergic reaction.
The word 'Xanthium' may sound like a newly discovered radioactive element, but in fact it is the botanical name for the amazing Chinese herb CANG ER ZI. For those who suffer seasonal allergies to air borne pollen, dust, dander, etc., this herb, also known in the West as cocklebur seed, may be an awakening.
CANG ER ZI, the main herb in this formula, is classified as an herb that Expels Wind Dampness. It has the properties of Opening The Nasal Passages, Dispersing Wind, Expelling Damp, and Alleviating Itching. It is almost always used in formulas for support during acute pathogenic Wind invasions, whether the invasion be of virus, fungus, bacteria, or atmospheric damp. It has further use for chronic allergic sinusitis, chronic allergic rhinitis, and allergic itch.
When to Use Xanthium Relieve Surface Pills *
- Frontal Sinus Headaches
- Hay Fever
- Itchy Skin Rashes
- Stuffy Or Runny Nose
- Allergic Cough
Xanthium Relieve Surface TCM Uses and Properties
- Relieves The Surface
- Clears Heat
- Open Nasal Passages
- Dispels Wind
- Dries Dampness
When NOT to Use Xanthium Relieve Surface: Safety and Cautions
This supplement is intended for health care professionals educated in Traditional Chinese Medicine. TCM can be very powerful, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self treatment aren't recommended for chronic, or serious conditions. To insure the best outcome for yourself and minimize the cost and chance of side effects, best to Find a Local TCM Practitioner or Start an E-mail Consultation.
Xanthium Relieve Surface Serving Size
2-3 tablets, three times a day, preferably on an empty stomach
Or as prescribed
This 90-tablet bottle of Xanthium Relieve Surface should last for approximately one month.
Xanthium Relieve Surface Ingredients
- Xanthium fruit CANG ER ZI
- Msgnolia flower, XIN YI HUA
- Platycodon root JIE GENG
- Schizandra fruit WU WEI ZI
- Angelica root BAI ZHI
- Wild Chrysanthemum flower YE JU HUA
- Siler root FANG FENG
- Schizonepeta herb JING JIE
- Astragalus root HUANG QI
- White Atractylodes rhizome BAI ZHU
* These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.