|Packaging Size||250mg X 30 Capsules|
|Prescription/Non prescription||Non prescription|
|Treatment||Reduce the triglyceride and cholesterol level|
|Shelf Life||36 Months|
Danshen (Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae): Danshensu, Salvianolic acid B,Tanshinone A, etc. Sanqi (Radix Notoginseng): Notoginsenoside R1, Ginsenoside Rg1, etc. Huangqi (Astragalus Membranaceus) Jiangxiang (Lignum Dalbergiae Odoriferae)
1.Blood refreshment, which clears garbage in blood, reduces blood viscosity and improves microcirculation
2.Relieve blockage of blood vessels, maintain vascular vitality, and effectively prevent Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)-induced angina and diabetic complications
3.Protect cardiac and cerebral vessels on a multi-target basis, safeguard heart muscles, and enhance heart function
• High bioavailability
• Quick response
• Convenience for use
• No side effects
• Better stability
• People desiring for improvement of cardiac function
• People suffering from CHD-induced angina
• People with hyperlipidemia or hypertension
• People with a family history of CHD
Oral or sublingual application, 2 capsules each time, 1 to 2 times daily before meals. Sublingual administration of all the pills from inside the capsule to relieve acute angina pectoris.
Not recommended for children under the age of 12 years old.
Do not use during pregnancy or while breast-feeding.
How long does a course of ICP last? Can ICP be taken for a long period of time?
A course of ICP for CHD-induced angina is 4 weeks. Further and longtime usage may be allowed by the doctor in accordance with results of examination. Longtime administration is suggested.
What is the difference between oral and sublingual administration of ICP?
A. First aid and patients intolerant to gastrointestinal irritation — sublingual administration
Sublingual venous plexus is one important route of administration, for water-soluble drugs may quickly enter circulation through the thin mucosa and considerable vessels under the tongue and play their actions.
B. Patients disliking the mouthfeel of sublingual administration — oraladministration
Before going into circulation, an orally administered drug must pass through the stomach, the liver, the main site of drug breakdown, and the intestine, experiencing the first-pass effect. As a result, some of the active substances are removed from the blood and the concentration of the drug is reduced.
Comparatively speaking, the bioavailability of a drug sublingually administered is higher than that orally administered.
Why can ICP relieve angina so quickly?
1) Dripping pill dosage form: ingredients are dispersed in the substrate in the form of molecules or tiny crystals, which help to promote absorption, shorten the time to effectiveness and increase bioavailability.
2) Sublingual administration: directly absorbed into the blood through lingual mucosa.
3) Borneol: shorten the time to effectiveness, dilate coronary arteries and kill pains.
4) Pharmaceutical innovation (GEP): extract and refine water-soluble ingredients to quicken effectiveness.
Which types of persons is ICP UNFIT for?
Pregnant or breastfeeding women: since ICP stimulates circulation and removes stasis, it should be used for pregnant women with caution, and breastfeeding women must follow doctor's advice.
Children: administration of ICP to children has been documented. ICP has been used for 42 cases of pediatric bronchitis or pneumonia with an ORR of 90.5%, which is higher than conventional anti-infective therapies.