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For Acute or Ongoing Infections

[Not Intended for Long-Term Use - more than 5 days]:

  • Sinus
  • Chest
  • Insect or Animal Bites
  • Skin Rashes
  • Urinary Tract
  • Strep or Sore Throat
  • Tooth or Gum inflammations and sores
  • Genital sores or outbreaks
  • Boils, Hives and Rashes


This can be used for symptoms that have not been resolved by standard treatment and/or when previously prescribed antibiotics have created further systemic damage.


This formula is intended for either/both internal or topical use and was designed to eliminate toxins from the body or contained on the skin surface.



Use (1) teaspoon of powder to mix with water for a thin paste, or with an unscented oil or cream.  Apply to affected area.

Do not apply this powder directly to the eye without first diluting it in water - apply with a cotton ball.

For oral use (throat or mouth sores), swish and gargle - then spit out the first portion.  Then, wet finger and dab into powder - apply directly to sores or gums.



It is best to consult with me prior to taking this remedy, and can be used in conjunction with prescription antibiotics, although it is not intended to replace them if you have been diagnosed with a severe or life-threatening infection.

**When taken orally, this formula may initially cause loose bowels and possible digestive discomfort and should NOT be taken on an empty stomach. Any intestinal symptoms may be an indicator of the release of toxins in the system. 

If any discomfort persists, please temporarily discontinue and contact me with questions or concerns.


All of my remedies are not intended to supercede or replace any medications or doctor's prescriptions.

If you have questions about any pharmacological contraindications with medications, please contactl me before taking this or any other of my tea remedies.




All ingredients are formulated from the Chinese Herbal Materia Medica. The effect of the singular ingredients are altered by the ratios and percentages used in the formula recipe. TCM Herbal Practitioners are welcome to contact me for the proprietary formulation.


Chuan Xin Lian, Huang Lian, Huang Qin, Huang Bai, Cang Zhu