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Discover Respiratory Support with Qing Fei Pai Du Formula.


Qing Fei Pai Du formula is a multi-component herbal formula derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine. This potent formula is designed to ventilate the lungs, release the exterior, clear heat and phlegm, and promote water removal, providing comprehensive support for respiratory health.


Why Choose Qing Fei Pai Du Formula?


Respiratory Support: Qing Fei Pai Du formula is specifically formulated to support respiratory health, addressing symptoms such as cough, congestion, and difficulty breathing.


Viral Infection Support: This powerful formula can help prevent the progression of viral infections from mild cases and shorten the average duration of symptoms and hospital stay.


Time-Tested Wisdom: Qing Fei Pai Du formula is based on Traditional Classic Chinese herbal formulas, which have been used and recorded for epidemics and pandemics for thousands of years.


Natural Ingredients: This formula is acrid and cooling in nature, harnessing the power of natural herbs to support respiratory health and overall well-being.


Easy to Use: Simply dissolve 5g of tea granules in 200ml of freshly boiled water and take orally two times a day.


Experience the respiratory support of Qing Fei Pai Du formula. Choose this traditional Chinese medicine formulation for a holistic approach to respiratory health and wellness.

Detox Herbal Tea / Qing Fei Pai Du formula / Anti Virus 清肺排毒汤


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