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COVID Alert - Lianhua Qingwen Capsule: Even though it is a good anti-epidemic medicine
Jun 15, 2021
  It is understood that Lianhua Qingwen is an innovative Chinese medicine for the treatment of influenza developed by the Chinese medicine research team led by Wu Yiling during the "SARS" period in 2003. Its main ingredients include forsythia, honeysuckle, ephedra, bitter almond, gypsum, isatis root, and cotton horse. Guanzhong, Houttuynia cordata, patchouli, rhubarb, rhodiola, menthol, licorice. Currently, Lianhua Qingwen mainly has three dosage forms, namely Lianhua Qingwen Capsules, Lianhua Qingwen Tablets and Lianhua Qingwen Granules. The latter two are prescription drugs, which must be purchased and used according to the prescription; the former are Class A non-prescription drugs, which can be purchased and used through pharmacies.
  Clinically, Lianhua Qingwen Capsules are mainly used to treat seasonal colds caused by distemper poisonous pathogens and weak lung guards. It can relieve fever or even high fever, chills, muscle aches, headaches, sneezing, nasal congestion, and fluids. Symptoms such as nasal discharge and cough; it can also be used to treat acute throat numbness caused by feeling wind-heat toxins, and heat toxin accumulates in the throat, and relieves sore throat, dry throat, cough, fever and other symptoms. Patients with influenza and acute pharyngitis can also take it if they have the above symptoms.
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Qingfei Paidu Decoction to treat Covid19
Jun 14, 2020

In the current new stage of epidemic prevention and control with external defense input and internal defense rebound, the results of a clinical research carried out by the "Qingfei Paidu Decoction" emergency
project team were published in international journals. The study shows that "Qingfei Paidu Decoction" is an effective measure for the treatment of new coronary
pneumonia, and early intervention can achieve better clinical outcomes. This achievement provides solid evidence for the good efficacy of traditional Chinese
medicine in treating patients with new coronary pneumonia.

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About Egg Oil
May 14, 2020

Egg oil (egg oil, eyova), also known as egg yolk oil or ovum oil, is derived from the yolk of chicken eggs consisting mainly of triglycerides with traces of lecithin and cholesterol xanthophylls such as lutein and zeaxanthin and immunoglobulins. It is free of egg proteins and may be used safely by people allergic to eggs for topical applications such as hair and skincare. ​​​​​​​

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