Su Xiao Re Qi Qing Tablets 速效熱氣清片 (Lung-Stomach Heat)


NPN: 80026355

100 tablets



Traditional Chinese Medicine to clear toxic heat and expel wind to relieve pain. Relieving lung-stomach heat symptoms, such as dizziness and vertigo; mouth pimples; toothache due to wind-fire; sore throat; swelling due to parotitis; tinnitus and swelling; constipation and skin pains and itches.


Medicinal Ingredients:

Angelica Dahurica (Baizhi) (Root)…22.0mg

Bombyx Mori (Cansha) (Excrement)…26.0mg


Bostaurus (Niuhuang) (Bile Powder)...10.0mg

Chrysanthemum x Morifolium (Juhua) (Flower) (3.33:1 extract QCE 53mg)…15.9mg

Coptis Chinensis (Huanglian) (Rhizome)…35.0mg

Forsythia Suspense (Lianqiao) (Fruit) (3.33:1 extract QCE 53mg)…15.9mg

Gardenia Jasminoides (Zhizi) (Fruit) (3.33:1 extract QCE 26mg)…7.8mg

Glycyrrhiza Uralensis (Gancao) (Root) (3.33:1 extract QCE 18mg)…5.4mg

Gypsum Fibrosum (Shigao) (Plaster)…26.0mg

Inula Britannica (Xuanfuhua) (Flower) (3.33:1 extract QCE 26mg)…7.8mg

Ligusticum Sinense (Chuanxiong) (Rhizome) (3.33:1 extract QCE 18mg)…5.4mg

Lonicera Japonica (Jinyinhua) (Flower) (3.33:1 extract QCE 53mg)…15.9mg

Mentha Canadensis (Bohe) (Leaf) (3.33:1 extract QCE 18mg)…5.4mg

Phellodendron Chinense (Huangbo) (Bark) (3.33:1 extract QCE 35mg)…10.5mg

Platycodon Grandiflorus (Jiegeng) (Root)…26.0mg

Rheum Palmatum (Dahuang) (Root)…35.0mg

Saposhnikovia Divaricat (Dangfeng) (Root) (3.33:1 extract QCE 13mg)…3.9mg

Schizonepeta Tenuifolia (Jingjie) (Aerial Part) (3.33:1 extract QCE 18mg)…5.4mg

Scutellaria Baicalensis (Huangqin) (Root) (3.33:1 extract QCE 35mg)…10.5mg

Vitex Trifolia (Manjingzi) (Fruit) (3.33:1 extract QCE 13mg)…3.9mg


Non-Medicinal Ingredients:

Macrogol 6000, Purified Water, Rice Starch


Recommended Use:

2 tablets 3 times daily. For adults only.



Consult a healthcare practitioner: 1) prior to use if you have pus draining from sores, headaches or eye problems due to yin or blood deficiency; 2) prior to use if you have peptic ulcers, history of kidney stones or liver disease. Discontinue use and consult a healthcare practitioner if you experience watery stools, diarrhea, vomiting and dizziness; 3) if symptoms persist or worsen or 4) for use beyond duration 8 days. Do not simultaneously take the cold medicine and please consult your health care practitioner. Do not use: 1) in cases of spitting blood, tuberculosis, intestinal obstruction, abdominal pain or diarrhea of unknown origin or any inflammatory condition of the intestines; 2) if you are taking thiazide diuretics, cardiac glycosides, corticosteroid, stimulant laxatives or other medications which may aggravate electrolyte imbalance; 3) in cases of yin deficiency, nausea or vomiting, excess dampness, spleen or stomach deficiency and diarrhea due to kidney deficiency, loose stool or loss of appetite due to cold from deficiency, exterior disorders or yin deficiency with heat signs, qi or blood deficiency, heat from deficiency in the lungs, any condition with cold in the middle burner, liver wind patterns, headaches due to ascendant liver yang, excessive menstrual bleeding or heat excess; 4) for sores due to qi deficiency (those with clear exudates), yin ulcers or carbuncles that have already ulcerated, fully erupted measles or open sores; or 5) if pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep out of reach of children.