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Modern science meets ancient Chinese herbs

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Modern science meets ancient Chinese herbs: Richmond company touts 'game-changer' medicine for the flu. From a nondescript grey building in a commercial park near the Fraser River, a Richmond company is making a bold claim with a new product they say could be a “game-changer” in an age-old problem: fighting the common cold and flu.  From a nondescript grey building in a commercial park near the Fraser River, a Richmond company is making a bold claim with a new product they say could be a “game-changer” in an age-old problem: fighting the common cold and flu.  The new remedy is just one recent example of Canada’s multi-billion-dollar natural health industry, as modern science meets ancient Chinese herbs.  Many of these products, such as the new cold and flu formula developed in Richmond, combine millenniums-old Asian traditions with state-of-the art Canadian technology, said Dr. Yuan-Chun Ma, president of Richmond-based Canadian Phytopharmaceuticals Corporation (CPC).  CPC’s product is a blend of three Chinese herbs that have been used for their health properties for thousands of years, Ma said.  It’s a new version of a formula known as SHL (or Shuanghuanglian), which has been widely used in China for decades, including in hospital settings, said Ma.


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