Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa - a popular cough syrup this Winter

Combat the constant wheezing this Christmas


“Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring tingle tingling too. Come on, it's lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you,” goes the popular Christmas carol. Winter truly is a magical time. In some places in the US, the snow has already started to fall.


Meteorological winter starts on December 1 and ends around the February 28 or 29 time frame. These are the coldest 3 months of the year. These 3 months usually see a lot of snowfall. These 3 months can be an amazing time for your family.


Playing in the snow is a wonderful activity. Sleigh riding, snowman making, and snowball fights are great and fun. If you have kids, this is a great time to bond. However, don’t let your guard down.

playing in the snow during winter

 

The cold weather can give you respiratory illnesses if you are not careful. Make sure you keep yourself and your family warm when you go out and play in the snow. Wear extra winter clothing if you need to. If there’s a snowstorm, just stay indoors.


Even when you take all the necessary precautions, things can still go wrong. You can still catch a cold or flu. Aside from the runny nose, you could also develop a cough. This can cause a lot of wheezing and hacking as you try to clear your lungs. 


What’s up with a cough?


A cough is a response of your body. You cough out things which do not belong to your windpipe or lungs. These can be as varied as inhaled dirt of food. Coughing is supposed to protect you and your body.


One of the common causes of coughing are viruses such as those which cause the cold or flu. These coughs may last several days to expel the mucus full of germs out of your lungs. This is the phlegm which you spit out. Your irritated lungs need to be cleared so you can take in more oxygen.

 

cough to clear lungs of phlegm

How does that mucus get in your lungs in the first place? How does it cause all that wheezing and coughing? When you have the cold or flu virus, your body produces mucus to help trap these invaders. In most cases, the body produces more mucus than it needs. 


Sometimes, this results in a runny nose. Other times, the mucus runs down the back of your nose to your throat. This is called postnasal drip and it often results in accumulating in the lungs. This causes your body to cough up the mucus.


To help cough up the phlegm, cough syrups were invented. They are a dime a dozen but not all of them are created equal. There is one which is a by-product of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is a popular cough syrup with many Chinese people - Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa.


What is Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa?


One of the most popular cough syrup in Chinese households, Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa is the best cure for cough and throat discomfort. It is a 100% all-natural fritillary and loquat soothing syrup. 


In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa is used as a natural herbal throat demulcent and expectorant to provide relief of sore throat, coughs, hoarseness, loss of voice, bronchitis, smoker's cough, asthma or dry throat / mouth.

 

Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa for cough this Winter


Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa - with Honey and Loquat, excellent for cough


What makes Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa so effective is because it has honey and loquat in it. These two ingredients are treatments for respiratory illnesses in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) . Let us take a closer look at them.

1. Honey
Pinyin: Feng Mi

Main purported TCM actions: 
-reinforces the spleen and stomach
-moistens dryness
-relieves pain
-detoxifies.

 

Honey in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup

 

Honey has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to treat cough for thousands of years. It is also said to detoxify the body. Studies show that it is effective for treating children over a year old who have cough. It works better if mixed with other ingredients, such as in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup.

 

 

2. Loquat leaves
Pinyin: Pí Pá Yè


Main purported TCM actions:
-Expels hot phlegm in the lungs and redirects rebellious lung qi.
-Cools stomach heat and redirects rebellious stomach qi
-Relieves cough and vomiting.

 

Loquat leaves are bitter in nature. Bitter herbs have a cleansing action on the body. It is used for fever, bronchitis, and of course, coughing. When used on rabbits, Loquat leaves showed anti-inflammatory activity and  anti-viral properties. It is usually paired with other herbs to have a better effect. This is why it is an important ingredient in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa.


Other ingredients in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa


Thought the above ingredients are good in themselves to treat cough, Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa is even better because of the other ingredients (not an exhaustive list):


1.Sichuan Fritillary (Bulb)
Pinyin: Chuān Bèi Mǔ


Main purported TCM actions:
-clears hot phlegm and stops cough
-clears lung heat caused by yin deficiency
-clears heat and reduces hard lumps and swellings

The Sichuan Fritillary is known to cleanse the body in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). That is why it is used to expel phlegm. Some studies suggest it may also help treat asthma and bronchial inflammations. An excellent addition to Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup.


2.Platycodon roots
Pinyin: Jié Gěng


Main purported TCM actions:
-Opens the lungs and smoothes the flow of lung qi
-Expels phlegm and pus from the lungs and throat

 

platycodon roots in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup

 

The roots of Platycodon are also bitter herbs known to cleanse the body. It is said to target the lungs and helps in respiration. It is also suggested that it has anti-inflammatory properties. It is combined with Loquat leaves here in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa for effective cough relief.


There are other ingredients in Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup which make it a favorite of Chinese households. However, please note that with those we already mentioned, you probably have an idea how effective this cough syrup is.


Suggested usage of  Nin Jion Pei Pa Koa: 
- For adults, take one tablespoon 3 times a day. 
- For children, take half a tablespoon 3 times a day. 
- Can be diluted in warm water or tea.

 

Do not stress yourself with constant coughing and wheezing this December. Make sure you enjoy these Winter months happy and healthy. Grab a bottle of Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa cough syrup today. Your phlegm problem will be solved right away.

 

Note: This has no approved therapeutic claims from the FDA. For cough and other symptoms of respiratory illnesses, always consult your doctor.

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