Do not take 4 cases of proprietary Chinese medicines
Guide: “Three points of poison.”
If used improperly, it may become “poison plus poison”, which does not have a good effect and may endanger physical health.
Among the many commonly used medicines, proprietary Chinese medicines are a more commonly used class of medicines. However, when replacing proprietary Chinese medicines, it should be noted that the following four situations cannot be taken:
Chinese patent medicines without indicating the production date and expiry date.
This is because it is possible that these proprietary Chinese medicines are fake and inferior medicines, and have not been tested by a distance agency, and are produced and sold without permission.
This is a traditional dosage form of proprietary Chinese medicine, which is usually wrapped with aluminum plastic or thick wax shell.
A good quality honey pill should be non-destructive aluminum or wax shell, the color and luster of the pill should be consistent, and there should be no insect mouth, no insect floc, no mildew, and no acidic odor.
If this is not the case, do not take it because it has deteriorated or may be contaminated.
If the surface can be hairy, discolored or allowed to loosen, the sheet is adhered to the sheet, and there are worms or mold, it should be discarded.
Under normal circumstances, tablets are smooth, smooth and hard, and are not easily broken.
Medium granules (granules) are flavored and are mostly sugared.
Good granules are dry, non-caking, insect-free, and mold-free. Deteriorated persons may have deliquescent, agglomerate, insect damage, or moldy smell.
When any of the above conditions exists in a proprietary Chinese medicine, it is called taking.
In addition, Chinese medicine also reminds people that Chinese patent medicines may fail or produce toxicity when they are not stored properly, and should be given more attention.