Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa.

Posted on 2008/07/07

I’ve got a little cold from all the heat, to be more precise: From all the air conditioners standing everywhere. It’s not really healthy to have sudden temperature changes from over 20 degrees, but some people simply ignore this fact. Example: When I enter our office building, the temperature changes from 38° Celsius to 20° Celsius. Is that nuts or what?

Anyway, so when I got a cold, my wife was so sweet and went to buy me some chinese medicine. She came back with a bottle containing dark fluid, the name of the medicine was the same as this title’s post: Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa.

It tastes damn good, and my eyes went big when I read through the ingredients.

Here’s what’s in this medicine:

  • Tendrilleaf Fritillary Bulb
  • Loquat Leaf
  • Fourleaf Ladybell Root
  • Indian Bread
  • Pummelo Peel
  • Platycodon Root
  • Prepared Pinellia Tuber
  • Chinese Magnoliavine Fruit
  • Snakegourd Seed
  • Common Coltsfoot Flower
  • Thinleaf Milkwort Root
  • Bitter Apricot Seed
  • Fresh Ginger
  • Liquorice Root
  • Almond Extract
  • Menthol
  • Honey
  • Maltose
  • Syrup

I thought of the beginning scene from END OF DAYS, where big hero Arnie mixes whatever he finds laying around his apartment together in a mixer for breakfast… Yummy!

Seriously though, this medicine tastes good and calms my throat down like nothing I tried before.

Recommended!


6 Replies to "Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa."

  • Kanabi
    2009/10/02 (7:37 am)
    Reply

    I find it in some chinese shops where I live ^^

  • Jakob Montrasio
    2009/05/24 (2:09 pm)
    Reply

    Well, Kim, I bough it here in Shanghai. I think you can find it anywhere in China!

  • kim
    2009/05/24 (11:41 am)
    Reply

    can someone / or somebody answer my question????????

  • kim
    2009/05/24 (11:40 am)
    Reply

    where can you buy this medicine
    i wonder why???????

  • rodd
    2009/04/15 (12:39 am)
    Reply

    es wenisimoo !!!

  • Ben
    2008/07/07 (5:05 pm)
    Reply

    That’s why European medicine doesn’t taste any good – so you hopefully don’t get addicted to it ;-) What matters is, does it work?
    And yes, totally nuts, both economical and for your health.


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