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Chuan Xin Lian (Andrographis Blend)- by Lao Wei

Chuan Xin Lian (Andrographis Blend) – by Lao Wei is an anti-viral/anti-bacterial formula with a special affinity to relieve sharp sore throat pain associated with cold or flu. Amount: 60 teapills (~10 days supply).

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Chuan Xin Lian (Andrographis Blend) – by Lao Wei: 

Chuan Xin Lian (Andrographis Blend) – by Lao Wei is a version of the TCM formula Chuan Xin Lian Tang, recommended for those with cough with yellow phlegm and sore throat. This powerful antibacterial and antiviral formula features the herb andrographis (Chuan lin xian), an extremely bitter herb with an affinity to the throat. The formula itself has a pronounced cooling effect on toxic heat throughout the body and is especially indicated for when you have the kind of sore throat that “feels like razor blades” when you swallow.

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