Cold of Morning Mist
Herbal capsules
Affects based on the TCM:
  • Releases superficies BIAO
  • Dispels hot wind FENG RE
  • Excludes toxic hotness RE DU
  • Influenza
  • Viral diseases
  • Fever with sore throat
  • Acute allergic conditions
  • Infectious childhood diseases

Description according to traditional Chinese medicine: This is a modification of the original traditional Chinese herbal mixture YIN QIAO JIE DU WAN, adjusted to meet today’s needs. It is the most commonly used mixture against attacks by the external harmful FENG wind – hot wind FENG RE and partly also cold wind FENG HAN – manifesting the following symptoms: fever, thirst, sweating, headache, body muscle aches, sore throat, burning and itching in the throat, swollen tonsils, yellowish nasal discharge, burning in the nose, sneezing, possibly cough.

Optimally these tablets should be used with Beverage of Silver Wind (code 844) for a faster onset of the desired effect! In acute cases, these tablets should be used for 3 more days after all symptoms disappear.

In case of rhinitis these tablets can be suitably combined with the herbal mixture Blowing of Dragon Cave (code 007); it is also possible to use Shaolin Oil (code 700), which is applied under the nose as needed. In case of allergic diseases it can be conveniently combined with the herbal mixture Seclusion of the Hermit Chang (code 114), which prevents harmful surface wind.

Packaging: 100 tablets / 30 g (100% natural, natural cellulose max. 1% is the only binding agent; made from concentrated herbs at a ratio of 5:1, i.e. 5 g of dried herbs are used per gram of herbal tablets)

Dosage: 3 times daily 4 tablets, children over 3 years of age 3 times daily 2 tablets

More information about dosage and using herbal tablets.

Ingredients (1 g is made from 5 g herbs):

  • Ban lan gen (Woad Root)
  • Fang feng (Ledebouriella Root)
  • Lian qiao (Forsythia Fruit)
  • Bo he (Peppermint )
  • Dan zhu ye (Bamboo Leaves and Stem)
  • Jing jie (Japanese Catnip)
  • Jin yin hua (Honeysuckle Flower)
  • Ju hua (Chrysanthemum Flower)
  • Niu bang zi (Great Burdock Fruit)
  • Dan dou chi (Glycine Max)
  • Jie geng (Balloon Flower Root)
  • Huang qin (Baical Skullcap Root)
  • Zhi gan cao (Licorice Root)
  • Microcrystalline cellulose (MCC) 1%


*Dosage, Ingredients, Usage and other information are based on “Dan Bensky, Randall Barolet. Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies. Eastland Press, Seattle, Washington, 1990”

Each batch of herbs in our products is tested in the accredited laboratory for medicines Phytax in Schlieren, Switzerland, to identify herbs, but also heavy metals (mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, and copper), bacteria (E. coli, Salmonella, total number of bacteria), mould, yeasts and aflatoxins. Our company TCM Herbs is the only supplier in the Czech Republic to test each batch of herbs for all herbal tables, among others for 511 types of pesticides (4 groups) because pesticides today become a worldwide problem, especially in products from the so-called Third World. Customers, in the belief that they use herbal preparations, are often, by contrast, “contaminated” with other undesirable “chemicals”.

Each laboratory is different

A laboratory for dietary supplements is obliged to verify only the presence of heavy metals, mould and bacteria – but does not determine the content of pesticides. A certified laboratory for medicines, on the other hand, also identifies individual herbs and in particular tests the entire range of pesticides (at least 500 types and more). There are only a few laboratories like that in the EU and the price is adequately high. It is therefore very important today to know which laboratory tests the dietary supplement and what the tests focus on, if each batch and each herb or just a sample are tested, how many pesticides, how many additives and how many additional binding agents the product contains, etc. – otherwise consumers could be easily deceived and disappointed… (for details read Safety and quality of TCM Herbs products)

The above implies that herbal tablets and drinks of TCM Herbs are, in terms of quantity (concentration of herbs in the mixture is 5 times higher, i.e. that 1 g of a herbal tablet equals 5 g of raw herbs) and quality (absolutely unprecedented testing of each batch), among the best products we can imagine and enjoy in the area of today’s Chinese medicine and natural medicine at all!