Chinese Herbal Formula Helps Overcome Flu & Cough

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HERBALmax(, announces the availability of an effective, maximum strength herbal product to combat Flu and Cough.

With flu season just around the corner, the award winning Chinese Herbal Pharmacologist, Doctor Lihua Zhang (, announces the availability of an effective, maximum strength herbal product to combat Flu and Cough. It is appropriately called HERBALmax™ Flu, Cold & Cough formula. Clinical study has shown that 77% of persons who began taking the herbal formula soon after experiencing symptoms reported recovery by the next day. 89.5% of persons recovered within 1-4 days after taking the Flu, Cold & Cough formula. Because the herbs used in the formula are carefully selected from tens of thousands of Chinese herbs for its safety, it can be taken by all ages. Some herbs in the formula were used to stop the SARS outbreak in late 2002 and early 2003 in China.

The success of the formula is due to two factors:

1) Dr. Zhang’s extensive knowledge and formulation of the product backed by 23 years of herbal research and clinical success experiences; and

2) Concentrates of effective Chinese herbs known for their herbal antibacterial and antiviral ingredients focusing on the respiratory system.

HERBALmax™’ Flu, Cold & Cough formula has been shown in clinical studies to significantly shorten the duration of flu and cough. From September 2002 to April 2003, a series of 83 patients reporting symptoms of flu and cough were studied with results showing that the Flu, Cold & Cough formula appeared to aid recovery from flu and cough symptoms typically within 1 to 4 days.

Influenza (the flu) is characterized by the abrupt onset of upper respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, headache, body aches and variable nasal symptoms. Fever typically lasts three to five days, but can persist up to a week or more. Cough symptoms often remain beyond the end of the acute illness. Sometimes, a post-viral cough may persist for up to eight weeks. Influenza – also is known to be a deadly disease that can disguise itself in variety of different forms. Flu and its complications commonly known as bronchitis and pneumonia was the seventh leading cause of death in the USA in 1999 and 2000. The flu and cough are respiratory illnesses caused by different viruses with similar symptoms. People 65+ years and children 6-23 months of age, pregnant women, and people with chronic medical conditions are at high risk of complications from influenza.

Antibiotics treat bacteria and are usually not effective for treating viruses like influenza and accompanying cough. Some of the drugs available for the flu only treat certain viruses, and each flu around is caused by different viruses. One such drug, Tamiflu (oseltamivir), can only be taken within 2 days of first signs of symptoms. It cannot be taken by infants less than one year old and may cause side effects. Last month, The Lancet, a British medical journal, published a study of children with influenza treated with oseltamivir and conducted by an international team of researchers. Results showed that nearly 20% of patients treated with the drug produced mutant drug-resistant viruses as soon as four days after treatment.

Because HERBALmax™ Flu, Cold & cough formula can very quickly stop the flu and cough at the beginning; it is a good product to keep on hand to protect against the flu. It is also very strong against the flu and cough at its peak. After taking this formula, most people would feel better on the next day.

HERBALmax™ Flu, Cold & Cough formula is sold in bottles containing 60 capsules at or by phone at 310-234-9689, it is priced at $19.95. HERBALmax™ line includes other specially formulated herbal products for high blood pressure, liver, skin allergies, heart, acne, high cholesterol, mood & fatigue, male impotence, menopause, and inflammation.

For more information please contact HERBALmax at:


2330 Westwood Blvd, Suite 106

Los Angeles, CA 90064

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