Clear Toxic Heat

Code
00022161836012
Size:120s
R149.95

Overview

Clear Toxic Heat (Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin ) Clears toxic heat

Description

Indications for use: Boil, multiple abscesses, acute mastitis, Sore throat and other toxic heat patterns.

Clinical Application for Reference: Boil, multiple abscesses, Acute  mastitis, Tonsillitis,Conjunctivitis, Acute lymphangitis, Acute suppurative infections.

Chinaherb (Pty) Ltd, a Cape Town based company, was founded in 1997. After inheriting the essence of a profound knowledge, transmitted for millennia through Chinese Medicine, Dr Chunlan Li and Prof. Yi Zhang developed the Chinese medicine formula range, commonly known as the Chinaherb (Pty) Ltd Range.

Chinese herbal medicine has been utilized for more than 2000 years. Traditional terms such as Yin and Yang, cold and warm, nourish and clear are used to describe the herbal properties. The medicine consists mostly of plant roots, while others of leaves, flowers, seeds and fruits.


Warnings

Not suitable for cold patterns

Directions

Taken orally, 4 tablets, twice daily
 

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