To get clear answers, select a condition, a treatment OR a symptom:

0 Results for
Chinese herbs
  • All Treatments
  • Chinese herbs
  • Echinacea
(alternative medicine)
  • All categories
  • alternative medicine
for
treatment
  • Prevention and Treatment
  • Treatment
of
Common Cold
Sorry... No alternatives found
in
Children
  • All Ages
  • Children
with cold
  • All populations
  • with cold

Chinese herbs (alternative medicine) for treatment of Common Cold in Children with cold

  • Unclear

    Bottom Line

  • Treatment with Chinese herbal preparations. 9 studies conducted, with 1,701 children. Unclear effectiveness due to high risk of bias and inconsistent findings. Unclear safety.

    • EVIDENCE | NEEDS MORE TESTING
    • EFFECTIVENESS | UNCLEAR
    • SAFETY | UNCLEAR SAFETY

Recommendations

Do not use this treatment:

There is no clear evidence that it is effective in treating cold symptoms. Unclear side effects.

About Chinese herbs (alternative medicine)

Chinese herbs

  • Target Population:

    Children with cold, 2 to 16 years old

  • Dosage:

    Varies with herbal preparation

  • Goal:

    Treatment of Common Cold symptoms

Research Summary

  • Needs more testing
  • 9 Clinical Studies
  • 1,701 Children Tested
  • Unclear
  • Benefits:

    Unclear impact, more research is needed. Current studies are at high risk of bias and show no consistent benefits.

  • Unclear safety
  • Risks:

    No side effects were reported, but there is high risk of bias.

Common Cold Overview

  • Medical problem:

    Common Cold (symptoms caused by viral infection of the upper respiratory system).

  • Symptoms and signs:

    Cough, general discomfort, headache, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, stuffy nose and weakness.

  • Complications:

    Bacterial infections: lung infection, middle ear infection, strep throat, sinus infection.

Brand Names

Chinese herbs (alternative medicine)

  • Banlangen Chongji
  • Biaoshi Ganmao Chongji
  • Chaige Qingre granule
  • Fufang Shuanghua granule
  • Ganmao Qinre Koufuye
  • Gegen Cenlianwei Wan
  • Huanghu Jiere Daipaoji
  • Jianer Qinjie Ye
  • Kangbingdu Koufuye
  • Qingyin injection
  • Qinkailing injection
  • Qinre Jiedu Koufuye
  • Qinwen Keli granule
  • Sanhan Jiere Koufuye
  • Shiqi Ganmao Daipaoji
  • Shuanghua Penhuji
  • Sufeng Ganmao Koufuye
  • Xiaoer Reganning
  • Yinqiao Jiedupian
  • Yiqing Shuangjie tablet

Keep and Share

Save

See answers about other medical treatments here.

Choose only effective and safe medical treatments.
Live longer. Enjoy better life quality. Save healthcare costs.

Chinese herbology is the theory of traditional Chinese herbal therapy, which accounts for the majority of treatments in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The term herbology is misleading in the sense that, while plant elements are by far the most commonly used substances, animal, human, and mineral products are also utilized. (source)
Join CureFacts at:

CureFacts is for informational purposes and should not be considered medical advice, diagnosis or treatment recommendations.

See terms of use and privacy statement. Copyright © 2015-2017 CureFacts. All Rights Reserved.