Brand: Sun Ten Formulas

Qing Fei Tang 100 capsules

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Product Description

About Qing Fei Tang

Also known as Platycodon and Frutullaria Combination, Qing Fei Tang is a Sun Ten Formulas product that helps clear the lungs from heat caused by Lung Yin deficiency. It is a formula that can combat chronic hoarseness, and other symptoms related to Lung Yin vacuity, including a fine, floating pulse, scanty tongue fur, and incessant cough with phlegm. It also fights signs of phlegm heat, such as a red tongue, a quick (and even surging) pulse, and thick yellow phlegm that is difficult to expectorant.

In Western symptomatology, Qing Fei Tang is used for pulmonary tuberculosis, pneumonia, emphysema, asthma, and chronic bronchitis that is the outcome of damaged Lung Yin (due to enduring phlegm heat). The product will effectively stop coughing, moisten dryness, transform phlegm, and clear the lungs.

How Qing Fei Tang Works

The formula has an impressively long list of compounds, including herbs and plants that have been widely used for their health-promoting attributes in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Among these (more details about each ingredient in the following section) are Jie Geng, Fu Ling, Wu Wei Zi, and Chen Pi. Qing Fei Tang can fight a wide range of Lung heat-related symptoms, including, but not limited to, throat lesions, leukorrhea, abdominal uterine bleeding, polyuria, disturbed sleep, tinnitus, dry mouth, anorexia, mental overexertion, fatigue, and restlessness. This means that it can be used to treat:

  • chronic bronchitis
  • chronic laryngitis cardiac (and bronchial)
  • asthma
  • aspiration
  • pneumonia
  • nocturnal emissions
  • tonsillitis
  • prostatic hypertrophy
  • cough
  • itching or sore throat, and many more.

Qing Fei Tang Ingredients

The formula contains the following compounds:

Fu Ling (Poria) – It leaches out dampness and promotes urination.

Jie Geng (Platycodi) – It helps push the effects of the other herbs in the formula to the upper body, benefits the throat, expels phlegm, spreads Lung Qi, and opens the lungs. Combined with Huang Qin and Gan Cao, it fights Wind-Heat-related swelling, pain, and hoarseness of the throat while also expelling pus and phlegm to disseminate Lung Qi.

Wu Wei Zi (Schisandrae) – It reduces sweat, leakage of Lung Qi, and Jing and also stops cough, generates fluids, and tonifies the kidneys.

Chen Pi (Citri Reticulatae) – It transforms phlegm, dries dampness, relieves the diaphragm, adjusts the Middle, and descends (and regulates) Qi.

Dang Gui (Angelicae Sinensis) – It treats dyspnea (trouble breathing), stops cough, and harmonizes, invigorates, and tonifies the blood.

Tian Men Dong (Asparagi) – It resolves phlegm, generates fluids, nourishes the kidneys, moistens the lungs, sedates fire, clears lung heat, and nourishes the Kidney Yin.

Mai Men Dong (Ophiopogonis) – It moistens the intestines and lungs while also stopping cough and nourishing Yin. Combined with Tian Men Dong, it can combat Kidney and Lung Yin deficiency that is exhibited via occasional hemoptysis (coughing blood) and consumptive cough.

Zhi Zi (Gardeniae) – It relieves toxicity, cools the blood, eliminates irritability, reduces fire, and clears heat.

Huang Qin (Scutellariae) – It calms ascending Liver Yang, detoxifies Liver Yang, drains fire and dampness, and clears heat.

Sang Bai Pi (Mori) – It promotes urination, calms wheezing, stops cough, and drains lung heat, especially when used in combination with Huang Qin.

Zhe Bei Mu (Fritillariae Thunbergii) – It helps stop cough, transform phlegm, and clear heat.

Xing Ren (Armeniacae) – It unblocks the bowels, moistens the intestines, calms wheezing, stops cough, and dries cough caused by heat and dryness injuring the lungs, especially when used along with Mai Men Dong.

Zhu Ru (Bambusae in Taeniam) – It can substitute Xing Ren to transform hot phlegm and clear heat.

Gan Cao (Glycyrrhizae) – It helps alleviate swelling and pain of the throat when taken with Jie Geng. Also, it harmonizes all the other herbs in the formula, relieves fire toxicity, clears heat, stops cough, resolves phlegm, and moistens the lungs.

Da Zao (Jujube) – It harmonizes and moderates the harsh qualities of the other ingredients in the formula.

Sheng Jiang (Zingiberis Recens) – It prevents the accumulation of phlegm (when used along with Da Zao) and also reduces the toxicity of the other compounds in the formula, stops cough, and warms the lungs.

Important Notes

Qing Fei Tang is contraindicated for individuals with Exterior disorders. If you have Food stagnation or Spleen Deficiency, use the formula with caution. If needed, modify it per your practitioner’s instructions. Always consult your physician or healthcare provider before taking any supplement, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medications.

About the Manufacturer

Sun Ten Formulas is a nutritional supplements manufacturer founded in 1946 by a man that was regarded as the Father of Scientific Chinese Herbal Extraction. Today, the brand is a pharmaceutical-grade manufacturing company that provides healthcare practitioners with top quality herbal formulas that meet (and often exceed) the stringent international standards.

Focusing exclusively on consistency, efficacy, quality, and safety, Sun Ten offers a wealth of products that help fight common health concerns. Among the best-selling Sun Ten formulas are Yin-nourishing Suan Zao Ren Tang, gastrointestinal-supporting Mai Zi Ren, pain and sore throat-soothing Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin, and relaxation-promoting Gui Pi Tang.