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[Drug instructions] Dispelling cold and dispelling heat oral liquid

2018-04-24 00:00:01

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Common name: Dispelling cold and dispelling heat oral liquid


Chinese Pinyin: san han jie re kou fu ye【 Category of action 】 This product is a cold class of non-prescription drugs 【 Ingredients 】【 properties 】【 Function 】 dispelling cold and relieving surface, releasing lung and relieving cough. For cold and wind cold syndrome, symptoms: severe aversion to cold, light fever, no sweating, headache, sore limbs, heavy nasal congestion, runny nose, throat itching cough. Or acute upper respiratory tract infection see the above symptoms. 【 Specification 】 Each bottle contains 10ml 【 Usage and dosage 】 1 bottle each time, 3 times a day. [Adverse reactions] Individual patients may have palpitation after taking the drug. [Taboo] Wind-heat cold prohibited [Precautions] 1. Avoid tobacco, alcohol and spicy, cold, greasy food. 2. Patients with serious chronic diseases such as liver disease, kidney disease and diabetes should take it under the guidance of a doctor. 3. Pregnant women and patients with hypertension and heart disease should be used with caution. 4. The symptoms do not improve after 3 days or during the medication, or the symptoms get worse, or new serious symptoms such as chest tightness, palpitations, etc., should be stopped immediately, and go to the hospital. 5. Children, the elderly and the infirm should be taken under the guidance of doctors. 6. This product is prohibited for allergic people, and should be used with caution for allergic people. 7. Do not use when the character of this product changes. 8. Children must be under adult supervision. 9. Keep this product out of reach of children. 10. If you are using other drugs, please consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this product. Drug interactions: Drug interactions may occur when used with other drugs. Please consult your doctor or pharmacist for details. [Prescription or not] Non-prescription [standard source] National Drug Standard WS-390 (Z-043) -2001