Original document(6 pages)  中文版
    This medicinal vinegar wine is made of vinegar-immersed and wine-immersed Chinese herbal medicine filtrates. The former is obtained by filtering the vinegar in which raw eucommia bark, raw herbaceous peony root and crystal sugar are immersed and the latter includes two kinds of liquid obtained by respectively filtering the white spirit in which the fruit of a plant named "Miluo" in Chinese is immersed and the yellow rice wine in which the fruit, leaf and flower of that plant are immersed. Such medicinal vinegar wine features obvious effect to treat obesity, hypertension and phlebeurysma, no by-effect and easy preparation.
Application Number
90104681 Application Date
Title 名称 Medicinal vinegar wine and making method thereof
Publication Number
1058613 Publication Date
Approval Pub. Date Granted Pub. Date
International Classification 分类号 A61K35/78,C12J1/00
Applicant(s) Name
Yang Youchang
Address 地址 063002
Inventor(s) Name 发明人 Yang Youchang
Attorney & Agent 代理人 LIU ZHONGCHEN

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