What is Yin Chiao?

Yin-Chiao-San (YCS), a kampo medicine, is widely used for patients with pulmonary disease and was applied for the treatment of SARS in Asia countries in 2003.

What is Yin Qiao used for?

Based on the theory of TCM, Yin-Qiao-San can be used to treat a cough or sore throat resulting from warm-heat diseases (febrile disease).

What does cold mean in Chinese medicine?

Expel the pathogens. Decide whether symptoms are “hot” or “cold.” In Chinese Medicine “cold” symptoms include sneezing, runny nose with clear or white phlegm, itchy throat, coughing up clear or white mucus, and an achy body.

What is in Yin Chiao formula?

Yin Chiao: Chinese Winter Health Classic This prized traditional formula combines the following immune-boosting and fortifying herbs: honeysuckle flower, forsythia fruit, Chinese mint leaf, phragmites rhizome, burdock seed, platycodon root, soy sprout, licorice root, schizonepeta aerial parts, and lophatherum leaf.

What are Gan Mao Ling tablets?

Gan Mao Ling is a traditional Chinese herbal formula meant to boost the immune system and help alleviate common cold or flu symptoms, especially when taken during the early stages and on-set of symptoms.

What is Yin Chiao tablet?

Yin Chiao Tablet is antidotal. Carminative and tranquilizing, good for inflammation and cough. It has been proved in a good number of cases that Yin Chiao Tablet is an efficacious remedy for colds and influenza – the best of its kind manufactured in China.

What is Yin chiao Chieh Tu Pien?

There is also a non-sugar coated version called Yin Chiao Chieh Tu Pien. Yin Chiao Tablet is prepared from herbs in accordance with prescriptions of Dr. Wu Chu-tung, a noted expert in medical science of Ching Dynasty. Yin Chiao Tablet is antidotal. Carminative and tranquilizing, good for inflammation and cough.

When should I use Gan Mao Ling or Yin Chiao?

Once the viral pathogen works its way into the interior with more pronounced symptoms, switch to Gan Mao Ling for more severe symptoms of the cold and flu. The Yin Chiao formula is most useful in early stages of the common cold or flu.