Recent Research Shows the Power of Chinese Medicine
THE MOST EFFECTIVE COLD REMEDY YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF
Yu Ping Feng San (YPFS) - also known as Jade Windscreen - is an ancient Chinese herbal formula used for reinforcing the body’s immune defense function.
Recent research supports YPFS' effectiveness in a clinical setting and better understand how it protects the body against pathogens.
- According to this published study by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the combined herbs in YPFS tend to be very effective in warding off airborne pathogens common during cold season. 
- Chinese authorities relied on this YPFS during the 2003 outbreak of SARS across China and Hong Kong. 
- Clinically, YPFS has been applied in anti-viral and anti-bacterial situations and has been shown to prevent viral infections, such as SARS, and to enhance cellular immunity. 
UPDATED FOR THE MODERN LIFESTYLE
Here at DAO Labs, we created our Immunity Support formula by starting with Yu Ping Feng San (YPFS) and then adding other ingredients like pear and ginger to create an easy-to-drink remedy.
It's an all-natural alternative to those other supplement powders. This incredible formula will protect your body when you need it most - during cold & flu season, or on your next flight.
Simply add powder to water, stir and enjoy. All our formulas come in individual packets making it easy for you to enjoy at home or on-the-go.
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- Du CYQ, Choi RCY, Zheng KYZ, Dong TTX, Lau DTW, Tsim KWK (2013) Yu Ping Feng San, an Ancient Chinese Herbal Decoction Containing Astragali Radix, Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma and Saposhnikoviae Radix, Regulates the Release of Cytokines in Murine Macrophages. PLoS ONE8(11): e78622. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0078622
- P. M. K. Poon et al, Am. J. Chin. Med. 34, 13 (2006). Immunomodulatory Effects of a Traditional Chinese Medicine with Potential Antiviral Activity: A Self-Control Study.