Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula
Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula is scientifically created for those of you with chronic or acute Lung Organ System problems. This can appear as extreme dryness, infections, and coughs.
Heat Leading To Dryness
The element of Heat can be introduced from an excess source, such as smoking. The Liver Organ System or Heart Fire can also lead to Yin Deficiency. This is reflected with the loss of fluids that hydrate and cool your internal organs, tissues and overall temperature.
Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula are for those of you suffering with:
- a chronic cough
- sticky & yellow hard to clear phlegm
- an unproductive cough
- a chronic dry mouth & sinus passages
- a scratchy throat
This formula is has been specially created with cooling and fluid replenishing Chinese Herbs meant to hydrate and relieve tired tissues that have been overworked from smoking, air contaminants, chronic health issues and stress.
The emotion of unresolved grief or prolonged sadness can also damage your Lung Organ System. This can result in lowering immune levels and causing a chronic cough. With each cough your body loses Chi and fluids perpetuating a steady decline in your immune levels.
If you are chronically exposed to environmental irritants or air contaminants you may have problems associated with:
- a chronic cough
- dry skin
- dry hair
- dry eyes
- increased thirst
- wheezing [from dryness]
- blood streaked sputum
- night sweats
- hot palms/chest/face.
All of these Daily Disharmonies can be associated with Lung Yin Deficiency.
With a weak digestion and immune levels we highly suggest alternating The Immune & Energy Enhancement Formula with the Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula. With insomnia, restlessness and emotional instability you may consider also taking our Restore Tranquility Formula.
Chinese Medicine Listing
Chinese Medicine Disharmony Listing Associated with Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula
- Chronic unproductive cough or smokers cough
- Sticky, yellow phlegm that is difficult to expectorate
- Blood streaked sputum
- Hot chest, palms, feet and/or red face
- Increased thirst, scratchy and/or dry throat/mouth
- Very dry skin
- Very dry and brittle hair
- Very dry eyes
- Slow healing wounds
- Generally irritable
- Prolonged experiences of, or unresolved, grief and sadness
- Exposure to environmental irritants or air contaminants
- Night sweats may be present
Possible Chinese Medicine Presentations
Chinese Medicine pulse diagnostic may present as: deficient, rapid, thin, slippery, floating
Chinese Medicine tongue diagnostic may present as: normal to red, dry, likely with a dry and/or rootless coating
Ingredients For Dry Lung, Infection & Cough Formula
Lu Gen, Huang Qi, Zi Su Zi, Zhi Mu, Xing Ren, Zi Su Ye, Bai Bu, Pi Pay Ye, Wu Wei Zi, Mai Men Dong, Zhi Shi, Jie Geng, Gua Lu Pi, Gan Cao, Da Zao
Formula Options with Directions:
Powdered: Our formulas are made to order and then carefully ground into a fine powder. You can then make a draft out of the powder, in which you either steep with hot water or boil the powder with water, to make a tea (and yes, you can drink the dregs). Please see Powder Dosage & Cooking Instructions. You can also add the powder to food–like a smoothie or encapsulate the powder yourself if so desired.
Capsule: The formula is made to order and then carefully ground into a fine powder and encapsulated into vegetarian capsules for you. This is a very popular option especially when convenience is important. 25, 100, 200 or 300, 400 & 1,200 capsule options are available.
Standard Capsule Dosage: 1-3 capsules, 3 times per day. This is a general guideline for capsule dosing. Higher or lower dosages may be appropriate for your exact requirements.