Dr. Shen’s Yin Chiao Early Stage Cold Support
Also known as: YIN CHIAO CHEH TU PIAN or YIN QIAO
Considering the number of users in Asia, and the length of time it’s been in use, Yin Chiao is possibly the WORLD’S bestselling cold remedy of all time, yet in the Western world it’s almost a secret
When to Use Yin Chiao
Yin Chiao should be used at the first sign of cold. It is also used for cold-prevention when exposed, or likely-to-be-exposed, to a cold. It is particularly effective for colds beginning in the throat.
Yin Chiao is used during the first two days of Wind-Cold or Wind-Heat condition. It is also used when exposed, or likely-to-be-exposed, to Wind pathogen.
TCM Functions of Yin Chiao
- Clears Wind-Heat
- Disperses Wind-Cold
- Cleans Toxins
3 tablets, every three or four hours; or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.
Yin Chiao is made for acute conditions, and is not designed for long-term immune enhancement. For a daily supplement appropriate for long term immune enhancements, try Jade Shield Pills.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren’t recommended for chronic, recurring, or serious illness.
At Dr. Shen’s we use the finest grades of herbs. We import all of our herbs whole, rather than as powders, so we can inspect them for authenticity and quality. We screen for mold, metals, and microorganisms. We test tablets for dissolvability and coat them for easy swallowing. Our excipients are minimal, always natural, and always vegetarian. All ingredients are listed on FDA compliant labels.
Honeysuckle (Lonicera flos) Jin Yin Hua
Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins, Expels Externally Contracted Wind Heat
Forsythia (Forsythia Suspensa Fructus) Lian Qiao
Expels Contracted Wind Heat, Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins
Balloon Flower (Platycodi Grandiflori Radix) Jie Geng
Transforms Cold-Phlegm, Circulates Lung Energy, Benefits the Throat, Directs the Action of Other Herbs Upwards
Peppermint (Menthe Herba) Bo He
Disperses Wind Heat, Clears the Head and Eyes and Benefits the Throat
Edible Burdock (Arctium Lappa) Niu Bang Zi
Detoxifies Fire Poison, Disperses Wind Heat and Benefits the Throat
Crested Grass (Lophatheri Gracilis) Dan Zhu Ye
Releases the Exterior, Disperses Wind Heat, Lessens Irritability, Relieves Thirst
Schizonepeta (Schizonepeta Tenuifolia) Jing Jie
Releases Exterior, Expels Wind Cold and Wind Heat
Fermented Soy Bean (Sojae Praeparatum Semen) Dan Dou Qi
Releases the Exterior for both Cold and Hot Exterior Conditions, Alleviates Irritability
Chinese Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza Uranelsis Radix) Gan Cao
Tonifies the Spleen, Benefits the Qi, Detoxifies Fire Poisons, Moderates and Harmonizes Other Herbs
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