Gan mao ling

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Gan Mao Ling (simplified Chinese: 感冒灵; traditional Chinese: 感冒靈) is a Chinese herbal medication alleged to be effective in the early stages of cold or flu.

The ingredients of the remedy are:

  • Ilex root, Gang Mei Gen
  • Evodia leaf, San Cha Ku
  • Chrysanthemum flower, Ju Hua
  • Vitex herb, Huang Jing Cao
  • Isatis root, Ban Lan Gen
  • Lonicera flower, Jin Yin Hua[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ C. L. Liu (1999). Encyclopedia of Chinese and U.S. Patent Herbal Medicines. McGraw-Hill Education. p. 216. ISBN 9780071399494.
  2. ^ Jake Fratkin; Subhuti Dharmananda (2001). Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines: The Clinical Desk Reference. Shya Publications. p. 36. ISBN 9780962607844.