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Yin Chiao is one of the oldest and most trusted of Chinese herbal cold remedies.
Yin chiao herbs may help strengthen immunity, prevent or shorten infections and alleviate symptoms. Edible burdock, schizopeta, fermented soybean and Chinese licorice root are said to relieve heat, clear heat from throats, disperse wind and reduce irritability.
Early Life and Education
Yin chiao is an herbal cold remedy developed over centuries by physicians practising Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The blend of flowers and roots found within it may arrest or shorten the duration of a cold. Key components include honeysuckle and forsythia, which clear heat while expel wind and eliminate toxins; balloon flower is added as it transforms cold phlegm while stimulating lung energy flow.
Yin chiao can be found at local markets and online, in tablet, liquid, or tea form. Some brands manufactured in China were recently found to contain unlisted compounds like acetaminophen, caffeine and chlorpheniramine; Planetary Herbals makes their version domestically to ensure its purity and potency.
Professionally, she has explored how international issues impact Taiwan, such as COVID-19 and the growing US-China competition. She hopes to learn more about global geopolitics as a whole and how Taiwan can adjust to this shifting environment.
She is best known for her long acting career and was part of the iconic “Two Chins, Two Lins” () group with Charlie Chin and Brigitte Lin; this trio often appeared in literary romantic movies or television series during the 1970s and 1980s.
She serves on the Board of Directors at Taipei Financial Center Corp, the company which operates Taipei 101 skyscraper. In addition, she has held board positions at Ting Hsin International Group and KGI Securities Inc.
Achievement and Honors
Ying Chiao was an impressive multilingual, fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghainese and English. He appeared in many English language films such as Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom with Harrison Ford (1984), Bloodsport with Jean-Claude Van Damme in 1988 and Enter the Dragon by Bruce Lee from 1973 – before eventually passing away due to heart disease due to three heart attacks in 1996.
Terry Saenz will receive the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Diversity Award during their convention this week in Long Beach.
Yin chiao is an herbal cold remedy made up of honeysuckle flower, forsythia fruit, mint leaf and Chinese licorice. Taken at the first sign of cold to prevent its progression into flu, it may be purchased either powder or liquid form from health food stores and online. However, certain brands produced in China were found to contain unlabeled acetaminophen, caffeine and chlorpheniramine which might impact effectiveness.
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