$$ Come...

Sunday, June 28, 2009

H1N1 (A) Chinese Herbs Counter Measure

It seems that nowadays this H1N1 thing is lingering in the air.

I received this email from a friend and it seems this is a counter measure in Chinese herb and the English Version is herewith (sequence start from the left downwards):-

1. Har Ku Choe (40g)
2. Sei Lei Choe (40g)
3. Poon Chee Leen (20g)
4. Tai Cheng Yeap (20g)
5. Kum Choe Peen (20g)
6. Pak Mau Kan (40g)
7. Kum Ngan Fah (20g)
8. Pan Tong Kan (20g)
9. Pak Kook Fah (20g)

Boil the herbs/ingredients with brown sugar (to taste) and 3 litres of water for 2 hours. Drink as alternate to water. Boil 2 to 4 times a week and it suits both adult and child.

From the ingredients, it’s more of those cooling, toxic clearing kind of herbs and it’s good to drink. Although some of the herb is bitter kind, and therefore the brown sugar is used to sweeten the drink a bit.

Actually, even without the H1N1, I also will boil some of this herb water on a hot sunny day!

Happy Boiling…


  1. Hi Cynthia, I heard from friends there are several cases in Malaysia?
    But the media seems to play it up and scaring most everyone.
    The normal flu kills more than 50,000 people yearly but no mention.

    That is a good obat. Must copy it down.
    My wife will buy that Ipoh made, 'Hor Yan Hor' herbal drink the moment either of us not well, and it works.
    You keep well and look forward to being ahemm, invited for 'bak chang'. Have always loved the Nyonya ones.
    Have a nice day, Lee.

  2. hi, i got this too.. but dunno should i trust.. but after assurance from you... i will try it.. :)

  3. boil some for me... i m french..in terms of chinese herbs n boiling them..ehhehe

  4. Eh, i already try ehh.. the taste not bad.. my blog also got post up o. must try..

  5. Uncle Lee.. Yes, there are a about 80 cases in Msia, however the press only reported it now.

    Ley Mei.. yes, you can try it.. its good even not for H1N1

    Rach.. OK, will reserve for you... send via FB?

    Fifi... good hoh... :)

  6. Thks for the Herbal Prescription. Cheers!

  7. I am not so sure about Chinese herbs though.

    Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment :)

  8. 曾密池.. thanks for coming...

    Mei Teng.. thanks for a return visit.. :)


Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving me comments.. I really appreciate all your visits!

Cynful Pleasure Bakery


I review for BookSneeze®