CardioShen Dripping pill
CardioShen, a modified version of Cardiotonic Pill (CP), is a Chinese herbal product that is one of the top selling herbal products sold in China for heart health. Dan Shen (Salviae Mitiorrhizae), CardioShen's main herb, first appeared in China's "Shen Nong Herbal Classic" and has been clinically used for decades as a blood moving herb in promoting circulation*. Combined with other blood moving and Qi tonifying herbs, CardioShen is a convenient, alternative therapy for heart health based on Traditional Chinese Medicine principles and modern day research*. Its droplet pill formulation offers many advantages such as low dosage, rapid and complete absorption, fast onset of action, high potency and convenience.
Green tea is a wonderful gift from Mother Earth and is now combined with CardioShen to promote heart health and circulation*. Green tea contains powerful antioxidants and other health promoting properties, using exactly the same herbal extract as in the effective cardiovascular herbal formula, CardioShen pills.
San Qi (Panax Notoginseng)
Huang Qi (Astragalus membranaceus)
Jiang Xiang (Dalbergiae Odoriferae, CardioShen® only)
Green Tea (CardioShen Tea only)
CardioShen Pill: Take one (1) packet orally three times per day. The effect was achieved faster when taken under the tongue, let dissolve in mouth and swallow. Improvement for healthy heart function has been seen after only 2-4 weeks.
The Dripping Pill, a Prevalent Dosage Form for Higher Bioavailability
Innovation in herbal medicine can be found throughout the world these days, and there is no better example of manufacturing and dosage vicissitude than the dripping pill (such as Cardiotonic Pill or CP), manufactured by Tasly Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., one of the top five largest pharmaceutical companies in China. The Dripping Pill is a rapidly developing form of Chinese herbal medicine, prepared by blending an herbal extract and a matrix under thermal conditions and dripping the mixture into a cooling liquid in which the droplets are insoluble. The process of pill formation results in a solid-dispersoid in a pill shape.
Characteristics of the Dosage Form
Dripping pills are a promising dosage form. The process of formation is similar to that of preparing a solid dispersoid by melting. Melting herbal extract and matrix together make the botanical molecules disperse evenly throughout the matrix, and when congealed to from a eutectic solution, both herbal extract and the matrix molecules turn into very fine, tiny crystals. These crystals are easily absorbed with a higher bioavailability, rapid biological activity and lower adverse effects compared with conventional dosage forms such as, tablets and capsules. This helps promote stability of the herbal extract. Fine crystals of the herbal molecules are tightly embedded in the matrix, with no herbal powder or dust produced during manufacturing. Each single dose is exact and reproducible due to the even distribution of the herbal extract.