i bought some shengjingguben wan from a chinese shop?

but it said to take with lukewarm water, but they are tiny seed like things and do not dissolve, do you have to crush them up as they are not easy to take, please can somone help.

I have to take 5 grams twice a day, there are a lot of seeds in each packet and do not taste very nice.

3 Answers

  • The name is sheng jing guben wan.The wan just means pills, a lot of Chinese herbal medicines are small pills and a lot of them tell you to take eight of the small ones.

    Just count the number that you must take in your hand toss them in your mouth and drink a glass of tepid water and you will find that the pills will be easy to swallow. GOOD LUCK.

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