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Type: tincture

Based on the recipe:  Pian Tou Tong Pian

Alcohol: 46.6% vol.

Volume: 50 ml

Product code: N087


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Traditional alcoholic tincture based on herbs, inspired by the "Jian Tang Wan" recipe.

Remember that when describing products classified as alcoholic beverages, we cannot suggest that alcohol has medicinal properties. Below, as a curiosity, we describe only the properties of herbs and mushrooms.

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Czech Republic


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"Pian Tou Tong Pian" Recipe

Pian Tou Tong Pian is a Traditional Chinese Medicine recipe whose ingredients are used for headaches due to the attack of the External Cold Wind, or due to viruses or allergies (Hot Wind).

The herbs used in it help with such ailments as nasal congestion with a runny nose, symptoms of external pathogen attack (chills, dizziness, headaches, neck and shoulder pain), sensitivity to Wind and Moisture (headaches when the weather changes) and migraines. They help to expel the Hot Wind from the head and around the eyes.

It works very well for headaches during weather changes that occur as a reaction to moisture or wind, even when there is no direct exposure to these factors (headache without going outside)

Attention! The recipe, which translates as "Headache Pill", is not intended for headaches caused by deficiency (when there are symptoms of Qi, Blood or Kidney deficiency) or pain due to the increase of Liver Yang (typical migraines with a feeling of vomiting, photophobia, reactions to stress, often associated with the cycle in women).

Ingredients of the "Pian Tou Tong Pian" recipe:

  • Chuan Xiong - Ligustici wallichii, rhizome - Rhiz. ligustites
  • Du Huo - Angelica root - Rad. angelica pubescentis
  • Fang Feng - Ledebouriel, Root - Rad. ledebouriellae
  • Qiang Huo - Notopterygii, rhizome - Rhiz. notopterygia
  • Gao Ben - Chinese lovage, root with rhizome - Rhiz. et rad. ligustites
  • Man Jing Zi - Immaculate fruit, fruit - Fruc. viticis
  • Bo He - Mint, leaf - Fol. menthae
  • Bai Zhi - Dahurian Angelica, Root - Rad. angelicae dahuricae
  • Dang Gui - Chinese Angelica Root - Rad. angelicae sinensis

In Chinese medicine, the principle of using one drop of the herbal preparation per one kilogram of the patient's body weight was used. This dose was halved and applied twice a day by diluting it in water.

YaoMedica herbal tinctures

YaoMedica is a brand offering a very wide range of alcohol-based herbal tinctures. The inspiration for their creation are proven herbal recipes of Traditional Chinese Medicine, used for over 2000 years. Only the highest quality raw material, cultivated in an ecologically clean environment is used for production. The herbs used do not contain pesticides, heavy metals or any microorganisms.

In Chinese, Yao means "medicinal plant", which can be not only a herb, but also a mineral or mussel. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, herbs are most often used in mixtures so that their actions complement each other. It is thanks to their interaction that you can get the desired effect. There are several methods of processing Yao in Chinese phytotherapy. Most often, decoctions are used, boiling the herbs for about 20 minutes. The second form is Wan tablets, i.e. extruding the raw material and pressing it into small balls. On the other hand, tinctures, called "medicinal wines" in ancient China, are the third, equally popular form of developing Yao by the use of alcohol.

Quality and safety

The basis of YaoMedica alcohol tinctures are Chinese mushrooms and herbs. Raw materials of the highest quality are used to create tinctures. In the first stage of production, the dried herbs and mushrooms are ground to a fine powder and then macerated in 50% alcohol for one month. During this time, the macerates are dynamized every day so that the herbs can release their full potential. Tinctures prepared in this way are no longer diluted.

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