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punkin
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LymeHealth.com had a post a couple of days ago about the Chinese mixture Yin Chiao helping the symptoms of sore throat?

Anybody have any experience with this supplement?

Thanks.

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Thanks for reminding me. I used it years ago and forgot all about it. The packaging of what I used may have been changed or the formula may be sold by various companies.

The tablets then were flat and sometimes I got them stuck in my throat. My guess is with new packaging, new shape. But anytime I think I might choke on any tablet, I chew it with lots of water. (NOT good advide for some pharmaceuticals, though.)

you can see the ingredients and a short You-Tube video at this link. What he says is so true, if you take it agressively at the instant you notice signs of a cold this WILL stop it in it's track.

Of, course, take extra special care of yourself as well, too.

Yin Chiao Chieh Tu Pian

http://www.yinchiao.com/yinchiao.htm

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an excellent site for literature (history and use) of herbal medicine is INSTITUTE FOR TRADITIONAL MEDICINE

www.itmonline.org

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same thing, different spelling:

http://www.itmonline.org/arts/yinqiao.htm

YIN QIAO JIE DU PIAN
A patent remedy based on Yin Qiao San

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http://www.itmonline.org/arts/lonicera.htm

LONICERA AND FORSYTHIA:
Representatives of the "Floating" Toxin-Cleaning Herbs

Yin Qiao

One of the most popular anti-toxin formulas in China is Yin Qiao Jiedu Pian (literally: tablet based on lonicera and forsythia for clearing toxins;

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http://www.itmonline.org/arts/ilex15.htm

An Analysis of Ilex 15 (Seven Forests)

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