4 Best Natural Chinese Medicine For Cough and Cold
Traditional Chinese Medicine dates back to 3000 years, with many ancient herbal remedies under its belt Chinese Medicine is gaining more and more popularity over the years mainly due to its success in treating conditions naturally with a minimal side effect. Recently a Chinese herbal cough remedy took New York by storm with people stockpiling this miracle Chinese cough syrup. Traditional Chinese Medicine offers many targeted remedies for cough, cold and flu, as the whole belief behind this holistic approach is treating the root cause of the problem than just the symptoms. In this article, we look at some of the best products for treating cough, cold and flu naturally and help you under the belief behind Chinese Medicine when your body is experiencing symptoms of cough, cold and flu.
Cough, Cold and Flu can occur due to 2 reasons in Traditional Chinese Medicine. One being, invasion by External Pathogenesis and other is the internal condition of your body.
Internal vs External
One of lung’s major function is to help maintain a healthy immune system and provide a defence against any external pathogens. In Chinese Medicine, it is also responsible for circulation Qi and fluids throughout the body. Despite its function, lungs can be quite sensitive to external factors. Excess of cold, heat, dryness and dampness affect the function of lungs and affect the flow of Qi resulting in cough.
Internally, your body may suffer from either excess or deficiency. A deficiency would mean your lungs are too weak to maintain the flow of Qi due to a deficiency of qi and yin in your body and excess would cause blockage of Qi. For example, when phlegm is present this would lead to a blockage in the free flow of qi eventually resulting in cough.
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