Summer Sale - Golden Lotus Lozenges

Posted by Kat Powers on

Why We Love Them

These throat lozenges have healing herbs that can promote recovery from your symptoms, while at the same time delivering the soothing feeling you expect from a cough drop.  

Herbal Actions

Here's a look at the herbal ingredient list: Peppermint (Bo He), Licorice root (Gan Cao), Platycodon root (Jie Geng), Burdock seed (Niu Bang Zi), Loquat leaf (PiPa Ye), Fritillaria root (Bei Mu), Lohan fruit (Lo Han Guo), Scrophularia root (Xuan Shen).

These herbs are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to transform phlegm, soothe the throat, and stop a cough.  

Mint and Cough Epsilon Acupuncture

Why Now?

This product is typically in high demand in the fall as cold and flu season kicks in, so it often sells out.  This company is local to us here in Portland, OR and they do a great job with their herbal products, but they can't always keep up in the winter. We're offering an early sale to plan ahead and bring some peace of mind to your medicine cabinet.  

Click on the pic to buy now.  Enjoy a 10% discount automatically at check out.

Further Considerations

Obligatory disclaimer: We are not claiming that this product can cure any disease, and results may vary.  However, herbs have been used in many cultures around the world, and the use of Chinese Herbs has been in evidence for about 4,000 years.  

Minty Fresh:  Great for dealing with your own breath in a face mask all day.

Smoke:  Anxiety is high and so are medical marijuana sales.  Don't let a sore throat get you down. 

Allergies:  Ragweed season is right around the corner.  Sometimes lozenges can help with that itchy throat feeling.

Pandemic Reality:  It's important to keep up with the latest news on COVID-19.  Please be aware that the normal cold and flu season will also exist.

 cold and flu season Epsilon Acupuncture


About the Author:

Kat Powers LAc is a licensed acupuncturist recognized by the Oregon State Medical Board and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  She is passionate about patient advocacy and helping her patients understand alternative options.  In her free time she enjoys bullet journaling and walks with her greyhound.

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