Dr Shen's Yin Chiao Pills: 200 Tablets | CAM Formulas Skip to content

Dr Shen's Yin Chiao Pills 200 Tablets


Dr Shen's Yin Chiao Pills 200 Tablets

Considering the number of users in Asia, and the length of time it's been in use, Yin Chiao is possibly the biggest selling cold remedy of all time, yet in the Western world it's almost a secret.

The Yin Chiao formula was first published in the late eighteenth century. The name Yin Chiao refers to the two chief herbs in the formula, Yin for Jin Yin Hua (honeysuckle), and CHIAO for Lian Chiao (forsythia). Most people who have used it can attest to its amazing power against common Wind-Cold and Wind-Heat Evils.

Nothing works every time, but Chinese medicinal herbs are famous for their potency and reliability. After thousands of years of inquiry and experiment, Chinese herbal doctors have learned to combine these natural substances in profoundly advanced ways to enhance healing effects without unwanted side-effects. Experiencing the effect of Yin Chiao has opened many eyes to the promise of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Shen uses premium-quality export-grade herbs and imports their herbs whole, rather than as powder, so the herbs can be identified as being the correct species and grade.

The Dr. Shen brand laboratory tests each batch of raw materials in the USA before tableting. Herbs are tested for heavy metals, mold, and harmful bacteria. Tablets are further tested for dissolvability. The pills are then coated with a thin vegetable glaze for easy swallowing.

Traditional Uses

Used at the first sign or during the first two days of Wind-Cold condition.
Also used when exposed, or likely to be exposed to Wind pathogen.
Disperses Wind-Heat, Expels Wind-Cold, Clears Heat, Relieves Toxicity.
- Onset of a Common Wind-Cold
- Exposure to Cold or Heat Evils
- Clears Wind-Heat
- Disperses Wind-Cold

Directions: Take 5-6 tablets immediately at the first sign of Wind-Cold.
Then take 3-4 tablets every four hours for the rest of the day.
For Exposure: Take every four hours when exposed to a Wind Evil pathogen.

Keep a dozen tablets in your car, purse, or pocket during cold season. Take promptly.
Begin taking tablets a half hour before entering airports, schools, or crowded public facilities.

Honeysuckle (Lonicera flos) Jin Yin Hua
Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins, Expels Externally Contracted Wind Heat.

Forsythia (Forsythia Suspensa Fructus) Lian Qiao
Expels Contracted Wind Heat, Clears Heat, Cleans Toxins.

Balloon Flower (Platycodi Grandiflori Radix) Jie Geng Transforms Cold Phlegm, Circulates Lung Energy, Benefits the Throat, Directs the Action of Other Herbs Upwards.

Peppermint (Menthe Herba) Bo He
Disperses Wind Heat, Clears the Head and Eyes and Benefits the Throat.

Edible Burdock (Arctium Lappa) Niu Bang Zi
Detoxifies Fire Poison, Disperses Wind Heat and Benefits the Throat.

Crested Grass (Lophatheri Gracilis) Dan Zhu Ye
Releases the Exterior, Disperses Wind Heat, Lessens Irritability, Relieves Thirst.

Schizonepeta (Schizonepeta Tenuifolia) Jing Jie
Releases Exterior, Expels Wind Cold and Wind Heat.

Fermented Soy Bean (Sojae Praeparatum Semen) Dan Dou Qi
Releases the Exterior for both Cold and Hot Exterior Conditions, Alleviates Irritability.

Chinese Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza Uranelsis Radix) Gan Cao
Tonifies the Spleen, Benefits the Qi, Detoxifies Fire Poisons, Moderates and Harmonizes Other Herbs.