YIN CHAO JIN | Health Concerns
YIN CHAO JIN, Health Concerns *
The Common Cold Conquered?
The original formula for early stage colds, YIN CHIAO SAN, has dealt a swift end to billions of unwanted colds. Since the formula was first published, circa 1776, it has also undergone many unique augmentations and transformations. Recently, a domestic American manufacturer of Chinese medicine began selling a novel version called Yin Chiao PLUS, the PLUS being the herb echinacea.
In this vein, Health Concerns may rightfully call their YIN CHIAO JIN, Yin Chiao PLUS PLUS PLUS, as it contains 3 additional Chinese heat-clearing herbs which are added to support the action of the YIN CHIAO in Clearing Wind Heat. These three cold and powerful herbs are, isatis leaf DA CHING YE, isatis root BAN LAN GEN, and Phragmites rhizome LU GEN. These herbs clear heat big time. So big, in fact that they deserve a cautionary warning.
When to NOT Use YIN CHIAO JIN
Unlike age-old YIN CHIAO SAN, which is OK for just about anybody to take, YIN CHIAO JIN's much colder nature may require practitioners to be more selective about who to prescribe it to, and when to prescribe it.
For example, care should be taken when administering it to patients with cold or YANG Deficient constitutions. People who are prone to diarrhea or loose stool may do better with other versions that might be easier to digest or tolerate.
Like YIN CHIAO SAN, Health Concerns' YIN CHIAO JIN supports the care of colds, and sore throats, and, also like YIN CHIAO SAN, may be most valuable when a cold begins as a sore throat.
All YIN CHIAO variations are considered most effective during or prior to the early stages of Wind-Heat conditions presenting as sore throat, fever or feverishness, headache, and shallow dryish cough. There may, or may not be chills or sweating. Body aches, sore shoulders, and stiff neck are also common. These particular neck and shoulder symptoms suggest the addition of Pueraria based formulas such as Pueraria 10 or ZHONG GAN LING.
Further Cautions About Using Chinese Herbs
If you catch colds very often please consider that self-diagnosis and self treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, or long term conditions. Traditional Chinese Medicine, when used properly, is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. To insure the best outcome for yourself and to minimize the cost and chance of side effects, best t Start an E-mail Consultation.
When to Use YIN CHIAO JIN: Uses and Indications.
- Early Stage Common Cold
- Sore throat
- Body Aches
- Nasal Congestion
How to Use YIN CHIAO JIN: Dosage and Administration
YIN CHIAO JIN's Ingredients
|JIN YIN HUA||Lonicera flower|
|LIAN QIAO (||Forsythia fruit|
|DA QING YE||Isatis leaf|
|BAN LAN GEN||Isatis root|
|NIU BANG ZI||Arctium fruit|
|BO HE||Mentha herb|
|JING JIE||Schizonepeta herb|
|DAN DOU CHI||Fermented Soybean|
|JIE GENG||Platycodon root|
|DAN ZHU YE||Lophatherum herb|
|LU GEN||Phragmites rhizome|
|GAN CAO||Licorice root|
* These statements have not been reviewed or evaluated by the USFDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is meant to be used only within the context of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM)