FAH TALAI JONE - Andrographis paniculata - a remedy for catarrhal and pulmonary diseases.
It is used for angina, influenza, acute respiratory infections, acute respiratory infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, and asthma. Liquefies phlegm, removes dryness in the throat, lowers the temperature. It has astringent, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antithrombotic effect. Clears blood from viruses, protects the liver, increases immunity. Studies have shown efficacy against influenza viruses.
It is a herbaceous plant cultivated in India, China and Southeast Asia and traditionally used in folk medicine for the treatment of various diseases before the appearance of antibiotics. In Sanskrit - kalmegh, which translates as "king of bitterness". Exceptionally bitter taste of the plant gave different oriental colorful names, translated as "bile of the earth". In the past 10 years, Andrographis paniculata has become very popular in the USA and Scandinavia under the name "Indian Echinacea", where it is used as a preventative against seasonal colds and influenza diseases.
Fah Talai Jone is a blood purifier, therefore it is used to treat the liver, jaundice, skin diseases, stomach disorders. It is used as an antipyretic and anthelmintic. It acts as an antibacterial agent, has a positive effect on reducing diarrhea and symptoms associated with bacterial infections. Used in case of diseases such as influenza, sinusitis, upper respiratory tract infection, cough and bronchitis.
Contraindications: Pregnancy and planned pregnancy, as Andrografis has a pronounced contraceptive effect.
Usage: For colds, acute respiratory infections, acute respiratory infections, angina, influenza: 6 capsules - first intake, then 2 capsules 4 times a day (during meals and before bedtime). As a rule, one day is enough to cope with the disease. Children's dosage should be halved.