Bi Yan Pian - NasoPass
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What does it do?
Help Clear the Nasal Passages†
When you’re trying to focus on your work or studies, having a flood of watery drainage from your nose can reduce your quality of life. And to make matters worse, oftentimes, the pesky runny nose has other annoying accomplices: sneezing; itchiness of the nose or roof of the mouth; itchy, red or dry eyes; and a throat that feels like you’ve been trekking for hours through the Sahara desert without a drop to drink.
In addition, these symptoms can also severely disrupt your sleep.
A stuffy nose is an irritation and swelling of the nasal tissues and can be caused by many reasons such as colds, environmental irritants like tobacco smoke and perfumes, or even a foreign body falling in the nose. They trigger the release of histamine. Histamine opens the blood vessels, causes swollen membranes, and produce excessive fluids.
The good news is, relief can be had—without feeling drowsy—thanks to Nasopass™.
Signature Formula Disperses Wind and Expels Heat†
From the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective, nasal stuffiness is caused by the insufficiency of Qi energy of the Lungs. As Lung Qi provides the defensive energy to the body, its reduction weakens the protection of the respiratory tract from invasion of external sources, especially Wind and toxins.
Nasopass helps clear the nasal air passages by dispersing wind and expelling toxins. Moreover, it transforms mucus and dries out excess fluid.
How Does Nasopass Work?
The following invigorating and soothing herbs support the nasal passages, sinuses, and lungs:
Cang Er Zi (Xanthium seed) expels Wind and Damp and clears nasal obstructions, and works synergistically with Xin Yi Hua (Magnolia flower) and Bai Zhi (Dahurian angelica root).
Both Fang Feng (Siler Root) and Jing Jie (Schizonepeta Flower) release the exterior and dispel Wind. Jie Geng (Platycodon Root) ventilates the Lungs and benefits the throat.
Lian Qiao (Forsythia fruit), Ye Ju Hua (Wild Chrysanthemum flower), and Zhi Mu (Anemarrhena Rhizome) clears Heat and toxins. Wu Wei Zi (Schizandra Fruit) astringes the leakage of Lung Qi and generates body fluids. Gan Cao (Licorice root) tonifies Qi and harmonizes the action of other herbs.
NasoPass works best for acute cases.
Does Research Support Nasopass?
Preliminary research indicates Bi Yan Pian is effective for supporting the nasal passages. For example, In a study of 27 cases, 22 were found recovered and the other 5 improved.1
What is the formula composition?
A proprietary blend of
Magnolia flower bud
(Cang Er Zi)
Wild chrysanthemum flower
(Ye Ju Hua)
(Wu Wei Zi)
Fragrant angelica root
Schizonepeta aerial part
Chinese licorice root