China’s Chinese Medicine has long been regarded as the most important of the traditional Chinese medicines, and now it is being promoted by the Chinese government as a cold remedy.
China’s Health Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that it will set up a cold therapy clinic in Beijing, offering cold medicine for $25 a bottle, or $150 a kilogram.
The cold medicine will be available at a clinic in central Beijing, and will be given free to patients with respiratory problems and to those who have been in treatment facilities.
The ministry also said that it is creating an advisory committee to develop a cold medicine program in the country.
China’s Health Minister Wang Yuanchao, who oversees the countrys health system, has been promoting cold medicine as a way to combat the spread of influenza and the coronavirus.
In the first half of 2018, Chinese health officials announced that the number of cases of influenza was falling sharply in many parts of the country, although there were still about 200,000 cases per month.
The countrys government announced in September that it was launching a campaign to combat pneumonia and pneumonia-related deaths in hospitals and nursing homes.
Dr. Xu Zhenping, the chief medical officer of the Health Ministry, said that the cold medicine is designed to prevent and treat pneumonia and that the health department is now working on ways to distribute it.
“If people are in respiratory distress, they should receive the cold therapy.
But if they are not, they need to go in hospital for treatment,” Dr. Xu told a news conference.
Chinese health officials have also been promoting alternative medicine and traditional Chinese medicine in recent months, saying they have a better understanding of the symptoms of respiratory problems, and that they can help people. More: