from Health Concerns
Ding Chuan Tang
Clear Air is a Chinese herbal formula used for cough and wheezing with phlegm. Clear Air can be used for acute and chronic bronchitis, asthma, and bronchial asthma. It is Helpful for cough associated with smoking and air pollution.
Clear Air combines herbs that ventilate the lung with those that dispel phlegm and stop cough in order to cleanse the lungs of accumulated contaminants from bacteria, virus, smoking or air pollution. Clear Air is based on the traditional formula Ding Chuan Tang. Tylophora indica leaf has been researched by Andrew Gaeddert as an alternative to Ma Huang. It has been traditionally used to treat bronchitis and asthma. Health Concerns uses an alcholoid extract which has been shown to have anti allergic and aniti inflammatory effects. These finds have been substantiated by lung function tests. Aster (Zi Wan) and Morus bark (Sang Bai Pi) are expectorants. Perilla fruit (Su Zi), Apricot seed (Ku Xing Ren), Scute (Huang Qin) Trichosanthes root (Tian Hua Fen) and Belamcanda (She Gan) stop coughing and wheezing. Schizandra (Wu Wei Zi) treats cough and asthma. Fritillaria (Zhe Bei Mu) and Pinellia (Ban Xia) eliminate phlegm. Licorice (Gan Cao) has detoxifying properties.
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Manufacturer’s suggested dosage:
3 tablets, 2-3 times a day.
Perilla fruit Su Zi), Bai Qian (Bai Qian), Apricot seed (Ku Xing Ren), Morus cortex (Sang Bai Pi), Tricosanthes root (Tian Hua Fen), Fritillaria bulb (Zhe Bei Mu), Platycodon root (Jie Geng), Aster root (Zi Wan), Belamcanda rhizome (She Gan), Scute root (Huang Qin), Schizandra fruit (Wu Wei Zi), Licorice root (Gan Cao), Pinellia rhizome (Ban Xia), Tylophora extract leaf
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
Stops Cough by Descending Qi
Clears the Lung