Use patents as directed on product label. 
 Note: Pregnancy:  If you are pregnant, all herbal prescriptions should only be taken under the advice of a qualified herbalist.
Pe Min Kan Wan 

  • Allergies:  nasal congestion, runny nose, wind invasion headaches, common cold, flu, rhinitis, acute sinusitis, bronchitis
  • Expel  wind, eliminate inflammation 

Jade Screen with Xanthium  (Golden Flower)

  • Allergies
  • Open sinuses
  • Relieve sinus headache
  • Chronic or allergic rhinitis
  • Disperse wind and dampness for airborne and environmental allergies
  • Tonifies the immune system 


Ching Wan Huang 

  • Topical ointment for burns and scalds
  • Hemorrhoids, bedsores, acne, sunburn, heat rashes 
  • Promote tissue growth, move Blood & Qi, cool heat, reduce pain, swelling & blistering 

Use:  Apply a small amount topically, cover with bandage, clean & change daily, may discolor clothes.
Ban Lan Gen Chong Ji 

  • Common cold, flu-like symptoms, sore throat
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Broad spectrum anti-microbial, anti-viral
  • Drain heat, and heat toxins, cools blood and benefit the throat 

Use:  dissolve granules in one cup of hot water, drink while warm
Yin Chiao Chieh Tu Pien 

  • Wind-heat attack with sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, aching body, fever with chills, headache, sore shoulders, stiff neck
  • Skin itching due to wind-heat & allergic skin reactions 
  •  THE best quick stop when used at the first sign of wind-heat
  • Expel toxic heat & wind-heat from exterior, promote sweating 

- Ask Lea for dosage and additional recommendations for your best and fastest results

Gan Mao Ling

  • Wind-Heat or Wind-Cold attack with chills, fever, swollen lymph glands, sore throat, stiffness of upper back and neck
  • Anti-viral
  • Good preventative when colds/flus are circulating at school or work

Use:  take 3-6 tablets three times a day

Peaceful Cough (Ning Sou Wan)

  • Dry or rattly cough with sticky yellow phlegm (bronchitis, asthma, emphysema),
  • cough may be dry w/ sm. bits of morning phlegm

Loquat Syrup (Chuan Bei Pi Pa Gao)

  • Cough syrup for acute or chronic cough
  • Moisten Lungs for dry cough with sputum that is difficult to expectorate
  • Clear Lung heat, stop cough 

Zhi Ke Pi Pa Chong instant tea

  • Cough with profuse phlegm (bronchitis, smoker’s cough, asthma, emphysema)
  • also “wind-heat”: dry mouth, sore/hoarse throat

Upper Chamber (Cang Er Zi) teapills

  • Acute or chronic sinusitis – thick discharge with sneezing, red/itchy eyes,
  • frontal headache


Bi Yan Pian

  • Sinus congestion, sinus infection – watery or thick yellow phlegm, itchy eyes,
  • Sinus headache

Chuan Xin Lian

  • Upper respiratory infection, bronchitis (less phlegm symptoms)

Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan

  • Upper respiratory infection, bronchitis (much phlegm)


Yunnan Paiyao (topical use)

  • Bleeding from traumatic injury, cuts
  • Swelling, hot skin infections – carbuncles, insect bites that sting or burn
  • Stop bleeding & pain, disperse blood stasis, disperses swelling, clears heat, resolves toxins, relieves pain
  • internal use:
    • swelling and bruising due to acute trauma, postpartum hemorrage, nosebleed, blood in urine or stool, bleeding ulcer, and menorraghia
    • to treat and prevent postpartum blood stasis

Use:  Apply directly to bleeding wound.  For cuts, pour powder on, squeeze cut together, apply pressure and hold for 1 to 2 minutes. 

- Lea's 2007 experience: I had just moved and still had just my suitcases and no first aid kit items. It was early morning when I accidentally sliced my finger. It was one of those horizontal slices creating a flap of skin and a lot of bleeding. I applied pressure, but it continued to bleed. I knew the natural food store in Kailua-Kona (closed now) carried a small inventory of TCM products so after an hour I drove there and waited almost another hour for them to open for the day. The bleeding had not abated with the continued pressure throughout that time. I applied a sprinkle of Yun Nan Pai Yao powder inside the cut and applied pressure again. In less than a half-minute, the bleeding was greatly diminished. Within a minute it had stopped completely. I sprinkled more Yun Nan Pai Yao on top before bandaging it. The cut became pain-free within a day and healed in about half the time of prior  similar cuts. My clients have reported similar happy results over the years.
Bao He Wan 

  • Food stagnation, indigestion
  • Digestive disturbances including flatulence, abdominal bloating, stomach pain, nausea, poor appetite
  • Invigorate central Qi, tonify spleen Qi & remove damp, facilitate nutrient absorption, move liver Qi, remove heat in stomach caused by Qi stagnation, dispel wind attack in stomach channel, resolve summer-heat invasion  

Curing Pill  (Curin Wan or Kang Ning Wan) “Healthy Quiet Pills”

  • Digestive disturbances due to wind invasion of stomach channel
    • "wind invasion" equates to contagious conditions
  • Food poisoning, violent cramping, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal bloating with pain & difficulty passing stools, diarrhea, motion-sickness 
  • Disperse wind, resolve spleen damp, regulate stomach, resolve phlegm 

- This is the first item I recommend whenever a client asks for suggestions when planning for traveling, particularly to foreign countries where they're unfamiliar with the food.

Huo Hsiang tincture

  • Nausea related to flu onset

- Lea's experience: This has helped stop nausea when started at first sign. When the nausea progressed almost instantly to vomiting, the body is urgently expelling toxin. This tincture won't stop that, but it has proven to be a true blessing for stopping the dry-heaves and nausea that follow such hard-hitting flu onsets.

Coptis (Huang Lian Su) tablets 

  • Diarrhea
  • Intestinal infection and inflammation:  diarrhea, dysentery, frequent or watery stools, abdominal pain, vomiting -fever
  • Carbuncles and sores on the skin with pus
  • conjunctivitis (eye infection) 
  • Reduce inflammation & resolve fire toxins   

Ma Zi Ren Wan 

  • Constipation with hard dry stool
  • Moistens the intestines, drains heat, unblocks the bowels 

Not for very weak people.  Contraindicated during pregnancy 

Ren Dan 

  • Prevent summer-heat (sun stroke), indigestion, abdominal bloating with pain, headache, nausea or vomiting due to heat excess
  • motion sickness
  • Harmonize the center, benefit spleen & stomach, relieve food stagnation 

Use:  Take 30-60 tiny pills each time.  Usually only one or two doses needed
Chuan Xiong Cha Tiao Wan

  • Headache in any part of the head
  • Nasal congestion (clear or white phlegm), dizziness, vertigo, sinusitis, rhinitis
  • Disperse wind and relieve pain

Not for headaches due to or with liver yang rising (stress, blood pressure rising)

Use:  Take with strong green tea to enhance its effect
Tian Ma Wan

  • Headache due to tension/stress
  • Headache due to rising Yang
  • Headache in temple(s) area, eye(s) or vertex 


Musk Hemorrhoids Ointment

  •  Hemorrhoids inflammation or pain
  • Internal and external hemorrhoid
  • Controls hemorrhoid bleeding
  • Anal fissure
  • Promote blood circulation
  • Promote wound healing


Suan Zao Ren Tang 

  •  Insomnia, restlessness, mental agitation 
  • Calm the mind & nurture the heart, reduce heat, break-up stagnation, stop pain 


Sheng Mai San “Generate the Pulse Powder Pills”

  • Motion sickness:  car sickness, sea sickness, altitude sickness
  • Excessive sweating, tiredness, thirsty, and dizzy
    • Altitude sickness - to prevent and/or treat
  • Restore strength for fatigue, debilitation
  • Replenish fluid

Use:  take 8 pills 3 times a day
See also:  “Digestive Disturbance” – Curin Wan

Jin Gu Die Shang Wan (teapills)

  • Bruising, swelling, fractures, sprains, wounds due to acute trauma
  • Very effective for sports & martial arts injuries, sprains & bruises
  • Break up blood stagnation, stop pain, strengthen tendons, promote healing, invigorate blood & fluid

- Lea's experience: In February 2010 I had rotator cuff tears after a fall in an icy parking lot. Using the combination of acupuncture, PNT, Jin Gu Die Shang Wan and Zhen Gu Shui, I was able to self-treat to be 80-100% pain-free, with no side-effects on focus or digestion, in the first weeks (despite a few 3rd grade students being more determined than usual to pull on THAT hand that spring). The shoulder recovered to have full function that May for packing and lifting heavy boxes weighing 40-70 pounds to move closer to my mom who needed help.

Die Da Wan Hua Oil

  • Trauma: sprain/strain/pain;
  • post-surgical pain;
  • aids healing of burns or open cuts or wounds

Use: Clean & dry area, apply oil to affected area 3-4 times per day, cover if desired, will stain clothes, may be applied to broken skin

Po Sum On Oil

  • Neck & Shoulder Tension, gen’l muscle ache
  • tension headache
  • sinus/chest congestion


White Flower Oil 

  • Muscle or Joint Pain- especially from fatigue or arthritis
  • Sinus/Nasal congestion
  • Calms itchy bites
  • Cooling, relieve pain & itching, reduce swelling & inflammation, move blood

Zheng Gu Shui Liniment

  • Trauma: muscle strain/ache, fractures, bruising
  • post-surgical pain
  • deeply stimulates local circulation and metabolism to speed tendon & bone healing

Use: Clean & dry area, apply to affected area 3-4 times per day, allow to dry after applying or it will stain clothes (alcohol base, so dries quickly without further risk of staining clothing)

- Lea's experience: In February 2010 I had rotator cuff tears after a fall in an icy parking lot. Using the combination of acupuncture, PNT, Jin Gu Die Shang Wan and Zhen Gu Shui, I was able to self-treat to be 80-100% pain-free, with no side-effects on focus or digestion, in the first weeks (despite a few 3rd grade students being more determined than usual to pull on THAT hand that spring). The shoulder recovered to have full function that May for packing and lifting heavy boxes weighing 40-70 pounds to move closer to my mom who needed help.

Watermelon Frost Spray or Lozenges

  • Sore throat or mouth ulcers

Use:  Spray the throat three times a day, spray ear once a day. 


Qing Wei Wan teapills

  • Toothache with stomach fire symptoms: bleeding gums, nosebleed, ulcerations on tongue or gums; possible headache, flushed cheeks, fever, bad breath, constipation


Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang

  • Irritability, heaviness in chest or body, occasional palpitations
  • Sedates and calms the spirit

- Lea will require some information on constitution to determine if this or one of the many options would be best for you

Chinese Herbal Patents and Topicals
for First Aid Home Use


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Lea is committed to the education of the community in all aspects of Oriental Medicine.  A basic “Oriental Medicine Emergency Kit” has been developed containing oriental herbal patent medicines.  These are over the counter medicines found in China’s pharmacies.  The included printed material is intended to help people understand and safely use basic Chinese medicines in their daily lives.  These herbal patents can be used for things like:  minor cuts and bruises, stomachaches, or to prevent colds.  In general, Chinese herbs are gentle, working with the body’s own resources to prevent illnesses and imbalances.
Lea created a list for you of some of her favorite products she keeps in her own home medicine cabinet to have handy at the moment needed. These items are intended to be used for mild problems.  For any prolonged, chronic or severe symptoms see your healthcare professional.