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Qing Dai 100 grams 1:1 concentration

Qing Dai 100 grams 1:1 concentration

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Qing Dai Benefits:

  • Has anti-virus and anti-inflammation properties.
  • Improves immunity.
  • Promotes blood coagulation.
  • Helps inhibit the oxidative activity of fats and oils.
  • Scavenges hydroxyl radicals.
  • Reduces liver tissue damage.
  • Protects the liver.
  • Improves symptoms in UC patients (ulcerative colitis)
  • Repairs intestinal mucosal damage.
  • Relieves heat toxins-caused sore throat.
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Treasure of the East - Single Herbs Qing Dai 100 grams 1:1 concentration

About Qing Dai

Qing Dai or Natural Indigo is a formula used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat ulcerative colitis and other conditions related to mucosal hemorrhage. The herbal medicine first appeared in the 7th century in the Discourse on the Properties of Pharmaceutical Substances (aka Yao Xing Lun). It is extracted from the indigo plant (hence the name, which means Indigo Blue) and is primarily produced in the Chinese provinces of Hebei, Fujian, and Yunnan.

This Treasure of the East product contains powder from the stems and leaves of several herbs, including Isatis Indigotica, Polygonum Tinctorium, and Strobilanthes Cusia, all powered with potent antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and even anti-tumor qualities. 


How Qing Dai Works

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, taking Qing Dai is often used to calm fright, drain fire, clear heat and liver, resolve toxins, eliminate spots, cool blood, and eliminate maculae. It is also applied to arrest convulsion and to help treat:

  • Cardiac cancer obstruction
  • Esophageal cancer obstruction
  • Acute pelvic inflammation 
  • Senile vaginitis 
  • Eczema
  • Orchitis
  • Bedsores
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Nasal vestibulitis 
  • Epilepsy 
  • Chronic myeloid leukemia 
  • Chronic active hepatitis 
  • Jaundice hepatitis
  • Ulcerative colitis 

At this moment, there are more than 200 kinds of prescriptions in Traditional Chinese Medicine containing Qing Dai, including Qing Jing San, Jin Zhi Dai Wan, and Fu Fang Qing Dai Wan. According to Eastern medicine, Qing Dai is applied to warm disease with sore swelling, infantile fright epilepsy, vomiting of blood, nosebleed, macula, heat, insect bites, snake bites, and erysipelas.

Finally, Qing Dai’s medicinal property has a specific therapeutic effect on the pathological lung and liver changes. Topical applications of the product can also help treat contact dermatitis and relieve pain caused by skin ulcers (mumps). 


Other Health Benefits of Qing Dai

Besides all that is already mentioned, Qing Dai treatment can also inhibit the oxidative activity of fats and oils while also scavenging hydroxyl radicals. Furthermore, it helps improve immunity, promotes blood coagulation, protects the liver and the liver tissue from CCL4 damage, and repairs intestinal mucosal damage. 

The long list of Qing Dai’s health benefits also includes: the

  • Elimination of warm toxins-causes maculae.
  • Relief of cough caused by lung heat.
  • Elimination of thick yellow phlegm.
  • Treatment of Hashimoto thyroiditis.
  • Treatment of glomerulonephritis. 
  • Inhibition of Staphylococcus aureus. 
  • Inhibition of Candida albicans.
  • Inhibition of Helicobacter pylori.
  • Inhibition of Vibrio cholerae.
  • Inhibition of Shigella dysenteriae.
  • Inhibition of Bacillus anthracis. 

The formula also contains indirubin that is found to help treat chronic myeloid leukemia while preventing the synthesis of cancer cell DNA. 

There is also some evidence to suggest that oral qing dai may help relieve symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease. Some studies have found that qing dai can help reduce inflammation in the gut and improve gut motility.

There is some preliminary evidence that qing dai may be effective in treating UC patients including intractable ulcerative colitis. Qing Dai showed significant clinical and endoscopic efficacy in patients who failed to respond to conventional medications.

Qing Dai enemas are associated with significant clinical efficacy in the treatment of chronic hemorrhagic radiation proctitis.

If you are considering using the Chinese herbal medicine qing dai for inflammatory bowel disease, it is important to consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner to ensure safety and proper dosage.


Qing Dai Ingredients

The formula contains pretty similar compounds to those in Ban Lan Gen and Da Qing Ye. It contains palmitic acid, isatin, indirubin, indigotin, amino acids, daucosterol, β-sitosterol, qing dai none, inorganic salts, and tryptanthrin. 


Qing Dai & Other Chinese Herbs

You may use Qing Dai with other herbs to treat various conditions. The following is just an illustrative list of the combinations you can make. However, always consult with your healthcare provider before using and combining supplements, especially if you are taking medications, have a chronic health condition, or are pregnant/lactating. 

To relieve skin ulcers and mumps caused by heat toxins – Use with Bing Pian. 

To treat maculae caused by warm toxins – Use with Zhi Zi, Shi Gao, or Sheng Di Huang

To treat epistaxis and hematemesis caused by blood heat – Use with Bai Mao Cen, Mu Dan Pi, or Sheng Di Huang

Relieve a sore throat caused by heat toxins – Use with Gan Cao or Ban Lan Gen

Relieve cough and eliminate yellow phlegm caused by lung heat – Use with Chuan Bei Mu, Gua Lou Ren, or Fu Hai Shi

Treat infantile convulsions – Use with Niu Huang or Gou Teng. 


Qing Dai Side Effects

The formula is associated with very few side effects. A small proportion of individuals have reported skin-related issues after touching Qing Dai. These include erythema, rash, redness, or skin itching. An even smaller proportion of people have mentioned experiencing diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, nausea, and hematochezia. 


Qing Dai Precautions 

Do NOT take if you have stomach-cold, diarrhea, loose stools, and symptoms of excess heat. Do not exceed the recommended dosage unless your doctor instructs otherwise. Also, always check with your physician before taking any supplement. 


About the Manufacturer 

Treasure of the East – Single Herbs is a manufacturer of over 300 highly concentrated, supreme quality, granulated, single-herbal formulas based on the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine. All Treasure of the East products are manufactured by the first company that manufactured concentrated Chinese herbal formulas in China, Tian Jiang Pharmaceutical. 

Some of their best-selling formulas are Blood-tonifying Dan Shen, cough-fighting Xing Ren (Ku Xi Ren Dan), respiratory-supporting Mai Dong, immune-boosting Huang Qin, and appetite-managing Bai Zhu



Maciocia, Giovanni. The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text.Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc. 2009. Print.

Bensky, D., Barolet, R. Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc 1993. Print

A suppository Chinese medicine (xilei-san) for refractory ulcerative proctitis: a pilot clinical trial - Read article

Placebo controlled evaluation of Xilei San, a herbal preparation in patients with intractable ulcerative proctitis - Read article


Maciocia, Giovanni. The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text.Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc. 2009. Print.

Bensky, D., Barolet, R. Chinese Herbal Mediicine: Materia Medica Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc 1993. Print
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