This is a standard formula to boost immunity.
thanks to T.E. for sending me these articles. I can’t publish what the disease itself is but I am tickled by what they found in these 3 simple herbs of Yu Ping Feng San (YPFS). I have no idea what the (Western) science is. We call it Guard Against the Wind or Jade Windscreen.
“Moreover, all typical ***** pathological features were prominently alleviated by YPFS applied during remission phase ahead of second elicitation, which was even more effective than three different types of medications dexamethasone, montelukast and salbutamol, which were commonly applied in clinical practice, administered during recurrence phase. Besides, we found that desmoglein 1 (DSG1) remained deficient when ****** responses regressed whereas tight junction (TJ) claudin 1 (CLDN1) or adherin junction (AJ) E-cadherin restored spontaneously. In vitro, DSG1 interference resulted in increased thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP) secretion, and epithelial barrier compromise evidenced by significantly elevated transepithelial electrical resistance (TEER) and increased 4-kDa FITC-dextran influx. YPFS could down regulate TSLP production and restore HDM-induced DSG1 deficiency and barrier destruction, which was further reversed by shDSG1. “
And from the ITM website
Jade Screen Powder, Yupingfeng San (yu = jade; pingfeng = screen;
san = powder) is a famous formula of Chinese medicine. The reference
to jade reflects value and strength, and screen indicates protection,
as a barrier. The term ping, by itself, means a screen, as does pingfeng.
The modifying term feng (= wind) clearly defines this as a barrier to
invading wind, the traditional carrier of illness. A barrier of this type
is different from a mesh screen, called sha (meaning gauze or wire
mesh), as in a screen window (shachuang), which lets the wind pass
right through. One should think, instead, of the jade barriers used to
prevent entrance of evil influences into a room as part of the Chinese
art of fengshui.