Product Description


Unit Size: 180 (9:1 extract) caps

Dosage: Fast and effective (within minutes in some cases) for the common allergic rhinitis symptoms. Dosage listed on the bottle may by doubled as long as symptoms of dryness such as excessive thirst do not arise.

Potency: 10:1 (average) 500mg

Properties: Designed especially for the typical Western patient with seasonal allergies including a clear thin nasal discharge, sneezing, itchy eyes, nose, mouth or throat.

Contraindications: This formula is not for the treatment of wind heat or liver-gallbladder damp heat sinusitis. For that, consider using our Perilla & Mentha formula.

Chinese Symptomology: Bi Liu Ti (runny nose);Pen ti (sneezing);Bi se (nasal congestion);Bi yang (itchy nose);mu yang (itchy eyes);hayfever

Western Symptomology: Allergic rhinitis with runny nose with clear, profuse phlegm, sneezing, itchy nose, eyes, mouth or throat, possible stuffy nose with inability to breathe;Hay fever;Respiratory allergies

Actions: Secures the exterior and the lungs while gently dispelling wind, supplements the spleen and kidneys, eliminates dampness and transforms phlegm, stops itching and opens the flow of the nasal orifices.

Pattern: Wind evils invading because the defensive qi is not securing the exterior. This in turn is due to insufficient spleen (and possible kidney) vacuity with deep-lying phlegm rheum.


Also available in 60 capsule size

Chinese name: Bi Qiu Tang Jia Jian

English name: AllerEase


In Chinese medicine, people who contract airborne allergies, ipso facto, suffer from a defensive qi vacuity. Since the defensive qi issues from the middle burner, this defensive qi vacuity is mostly due to a chronically vacuous and weak spleen failing to engender the lungs and defensive qi. Because of the close recipirocal relationship between the spleen and kidneys, there may also be a kidney qi vacuity. In either case, external wind evils may take advantage of this vacuity to enter the body where they obstruct the lungs diffusion and downbearing. Because the patients spleen is habitually vacuous, there is a tendency to phlegm dampness. This phlegm may be hidden or deep-lying, meaning that, during ordinary times, it is not apparent. However, whenever the lungs diffusion and downbearing of fluids is inhibited, this phlegm backs up and spills over, thus becoming apparent as mucus. Therefore, this formula is based on the saying, The spleen is the root of phlegm engenderment; the lungs are the place where phlegm is stored. Within it, Codonopsis, Astragalus, Coix, and Disocorea supplement the lungs, spleen, and kidneys, the three viscera which govern water metabolism in the body. Terminalia and Schisandra secure the lungs and specifically stop runny nose. Ledebouriella and Schizonepeta relatively gently dispel wind evils from the exterior while not damaging the defensive qi. Flos Magnoliae and Mentha open the orifices and free the flow of the nose, thus relieving nasal congestion. Periostracum Cicadae dispels wind and stops itching. Platycodon guides the other medicinals to the lungs and also transforms phlegm. Dry Ginger warms the lungs and transforms phlegm. The combination of Coix and Alisma seeps dampness via urination and, therefore, helps Atractylodes eliminate dampness. Licorice harmonizes all the other medicinals in the formula at the same time as helping fortify the spleen and supplement the qi.


Huang Qi (Radix Astragali): 44 mg

Yi Yi Ren (Semen Coicis): 44 mg

Shan Yao (Radix Dioscoreae): 44 mg

Dang Shen (Radix Codonopsitis): 44 mg

Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae): 29.4 mg

Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae): 29.4 mg

Jing Jie (Herba Schizonepetae): 29.4 mg

Jie Geng (Radix Platycodi): 29.4 mg

He Zi (Fructus Terminaliae): 29.4 mg

Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae): 29.4 mg

Bo He (Herba Menthae Haplocalycis): 29.4 mg

Ze Xie (Rhizoma Alismatis): 29.4 mg

Wu Wei Zi (Fructus Schisandrae): 29.4 mg

Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae): 29.4 mg

Chan Tui (Periostracum Cicadae): 15 mg

Gan Jiang (dry Rhizoma Zingiberis): 15 mg