Bi Min Gan by Blue Poppy’s Great Nature Classics is a formula that can be combined with numerous other Chinese ready-made medicines when there is wind heat and/or damp heat nasal obstruction and discharge.
Xin Yi Hua and Cang Er Zi are the ruling medicinals in this formula and are one of Chinese medicine’s most famous medicinal pairs for opening or freeing the flow of the nose.
They are aided in this by Huo Xiang, Bo He, Zi Su Ye, and E Bu Shi Cao which also free the flow of the nose. In addition, Bo He clears and dispels wind heat as well as clears depressive heat from the liver.
Ban Lan Gen, Ju Hua clear wind heat, and Fang Feng clears wind. This formula can be combined with numerous other Chinese ready-made medicines when there is wind heat and/or damp heat nasal obstruction and discharge.
Signs & symptoms of external contraction of wind evils include:
• Stuffy nose
• Runny nose
• Frontal headache
• Normal thin, white tongue fur
• Floating pulse
Signs & symptoms of depressive heat include:
• Thick purulent, possibly foul-smelling nasal discharge
• Slimy tongue fur
• Possible rapid pulse
Actions: Subdues Wind and Relieves sinus problems caused by Wind-Evil and Wind-Heat
Properties: Sinusitis, Sneezing, Nasal Congestion, Allergies
Pattern: Wind heat or gallbladder damp heat nasal decongestion. Infectious and allergic sinusitis.
Chinese Symptomology: Wind, Wind-Heat
Western Symptomology: Sinusitis, Sneezing, Nasal Congestion, Allergies
Suggested Use: Adults take 3 capsules 2 times per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Proprietary Blend Ingredients in 3 capsules:
Ban Lan Gen (Isatidis Radix) 337.5 mg
Fang Feng (Saposhnikoviae Radix) 315 mg
Xin Yi (Magnoliae Flos) 270 mg
Cang Er Zi (Xanthii Fructus) 270 mg
Huo Xiang (Pogostemonis Herba) 270 mg
Ju Hua (Chrysanthemi Flos) 270 mg
Bo He (Menthae Herba) 225 mg
Zi Su Ye (Perillae Folium) 225 mg
Gan Cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix) 67.5 mg