10 Reasons Why This Ancient Formula is the Best for Cold Season

By Dr. Eric Karchmer, PhD, MD (China), LAc /

10 Reasons Why This Ancient Formula is the Best for Cold Season

Known as "Jade Windscreen" formula or Yu Ping Feng San, this formula has built a strong, loyal and healthy following based upon its immunity-boosting power.  With cold season upon us and interest in acupuncture at an all time high, it's time to chuck the vitamin-C powders and bolster your immunity naturally with the heritage, power, and potency of Chinese herbs.  Synthetic supplements have nothing on this 800 year old formula that most popular this time of year across Asia, and widely recommended by acupuncturists and doctors of Chinese medicine worldwide.

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10 reasons to consider Jade Windscreen this flu season:

  1. Studies show it works. According to this published study by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the combined herbs in the Yu Ping Feng San formula tend to be very effective in warding off airborne pathogens common during cold season.  
  2. DAO's Immunity Support combines three whole herbs based on a nearly 1,000-year-old Chinese medicine formula called “Jade Windscreen”. It’s been widely recognized by Chinese medicine doctors, acupuncturists and consumers worldwide as the natural and effective way to boost immunity during cold and pollen season.
  3. Chinese authorities relied on this herbal combination during the 2003 outbreak of SARS across China and Hong Kong.
  4. Why is this herbal combination called Jade Windscreen? It’s because ancient doctors of Chinese medicine thought the formula formed “a solid screen to protect your body.” Not bad when airborne pathogens are swarming.
  5. The formula relies heavily on astragulus root (or Astragali Radix), considered “the best immune tonic herb in stabilizing and strengthening the protective Qi in your body” in original Chinese medicine texts.
  6. Chinese herbs don’t typically win awards for flavor. That’s where DAO comes in – we worked tirelessly in pairing the herbs with natural flavors that make Chinese herbs uncharacteristically pleasant to consume!
  7. Speaking of flavors, Immunity Support uses a pear-ginger flavor combination that blends nicely with the herbs. Why pear and ginger? In Chinese medicine, pears are a “yin-tonic” that helps energize your spleen, stomach and lungs, while ginger is considered “warming”, and helps stimulate circulation.  
  8. Like other powered vitamin-C supplements, Immunity Support blends easily with water. But unlike other vitamin-C supplements, our formula comes from nature. Simply add it to your water bottle and let the power of Chinese medicine and its 2,500 year heritage work its magic.
  9. Consumers already agree that it’s working: “I’ve used DAO’s Immunity Support a handful of times now…it’s worked every time. This stuff is the real deal”, said one faithful convert!
  10. Where else might one find airborne pathogens? Upgrade your pre-flight immunity routine, and take Immunity Support before boarding your next flight.

    Many Chinese medicine doctors recommend a 30-day regimen to maximize the protective immunity power of the herbs.

    Defend Your Qi This Cold Season

    Experience the power of Chinese medicine now with our Immunity Builder, which is based on the jade windscreen formula. 

     

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    These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. 

    Dr. Eric Karchmer is a practicing Chinese medical doctor, medical anthropologist, and co-founder and Chief Doctor of Chinese Medicine for DAO Labs. From 1995-2000, Eric studied at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and today is both a licensed acupuncturist and professor at Appalachian State University. Eric can be reached at drkarchmer@mydaolabs.com.

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