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Wind Heat Cough and Exterior Heat are both from “Analysis of Seasonal Febrile Diseases” by Wu Jutong in the Qing Dynasty. All are prescriptions aim to relieve the Exterior Syndrome with herbs that have a pungent flavour and cool nature. Exterior Heat is good at treating the swelling sore throat and fever in influenza, while the Wind Heat Cough is better at treating cough. The ancients called Wind Heat Cough “gentle formulation in pungent and cool herb” especially suitable for the treatment of newly infected flu, coughing due to attaching of Heat Evil and mild to moderate fever. It is said to be a “gentle formulation” and mulberry leaves and chrysanthemum are the main ingredients of the formulation, which are leaf and flower, light and clear in nature.
The active ingredients are easily volatile and should not be boiled for a long time, therefore we would only recommend mixing the medicine with warm water.
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Bai Bu (Stemona japonica root), Bai Qian (Cynanchum glaucescens rhizome), Fang Feng (Saposhnikovia divaricata root), Gan Cao (Glycyrrhiza glabra root), Jie Geng (Platycodon grandiflorum root), Jin Yin Hua (Lonicera confusa flower), Jing Jie (Schizonepeta tenuifolia herb), Ju Hua (Chrysanthemum morifolium flower), Sang Ye (Morus alba leaf), Xing Ren (Prunus armeniaca seed), Zi Wan (Aster tataricus root)
10 sachets, each contains 10g of granules
1 sachet with half cup of hot water, twice daily
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