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Gan Mao Ling (Cold Care) – Liquid Extract (Tincture)

Gan Mao Ling contains a combination of various herbs that are believed to have antiviral, immune-supporting, and symptom-relieving effects. This formula is used in the prevention of colds and flus as well. Amount: 1 oz.

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What is Gan Mao Ling (Cold Care)?

Gan Mao Ling is a Chinese Herbal Medicine formula recommended for those with body stress associated with the common cold and the flu. Take it as soon as you feel the first signs of a cold or flu coming on – a scratchy throat, feeling cold, sensitivity to wind, runny nose with clear phlegm, etc. Take it immediately and often and it can help to reduce the symptoms and shorten the length of your cold!

According to Jake Paul Fratkin’s claim in an Acupuncture Today article, Gan Mao Ling may be the number one best-seller in patent medicine in China, based on its supposed effectiveness for treatment of the common cold.

Gan Mao Ling may be used for the following:

  • Early stage of cold and flu
  • Cold prevention

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