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Sinus Clear

Whether from a cold, flu, animals or plants, this formula will quickly clear your sinuses and ensure free breathing.

These herbs have been shown to be very effective in research studies.

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🌿 Effective Sinus Relief  

🌿 Reduce Seasonal Discomfort

🌿 Naturual Formula For Clear Sinuses   

🌿 Superior Quality

🌿 Quick  

🌿 Natural


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All natural: Cang Er Zi (Xanthium Fruit), Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae), Jie Geng (Platycodon grandiflorus), Lian Qiao (Forsythia Fruit), Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae), Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae), Wu Wei Zi (Fructus Schisandrae), Zhi Mu (Anemarrhena Rhizome), Ye Ju Hua (Flos Chrysanthemi Indici), Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae), Jing Jie (Schizonepeta)

Our ingredients are the highest quality non-GMO natural ingredients sourced from around the world. Our supplements are manufactured in the USA in cGMP facilities registered with the FDA. Many supplement companies add toxic ingredients; we formulate ours with powerful herbs used for centuries and backed by scientific research.


Robert Youngs Acupuncture's Herbal Formulas:

  • Potent herbal supplements
  • Modern updates of Classic Chinese Herbal Formulas
  • Scientific research and clinical experience
  • Effective, gentle, natural

Blocked sinuses can cause difficulty breathing. Sinus clear is a safe effective natural product for sinus congestion, lingering colds, seasonal allergies. 

Effective Sinus Relief
Sinuses cleared and Headache gone, you’re back to life with gusto! Non-drowsy, natural, drug-free herbal formula promotes nasal and sinus health using 11 natural herbs in a sinus relief pill formulua.

Reduce Seasonal Discomfort
Beat the seasonal allergy attacks & stuffy nose naturally! Ingredients like Cocklebur, Magnolia and Feng Fang provide nasal congestion relief. Sinus herbs are for sinus pain. Very effective sinus medicine & sinus headache relief medicine

Naturual Formula For Clear Sinuses
Works Fast!! Non-addictive natural herbal decongestant. No artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no gluten, no dairy. Natural, period. A great sinus infection relief formula!

"Sinus Clear" can work as quickly as 60 -90 minutes with effects lasting for hours. If no effect is felt in 1.5 hours, increase dose to next body weight.

Herbs are so much better than the artificial ingredients in most over the counter products! Natural and plant based, herbs work best when taken 3 times a day and in larger doses.


Herbs for Sinus Clearing are most effective when taken in 3-4 doses per day with dose size adjusted by personal response.  Dose may be increased for a quicker and stronger response as needed.  

Dosage Size: 
Dosage based on body weight..

100-140lbs I 4 Caps 3x day
140-170lbs I 5 Caps 3x day
170-210lbs I 6 Caps 3x day
210-250lbs I 7 Caps 3x day
OVER 250lbs I 8 Caps 3x day

*Most effective when used with weekly acupuncture.



Cang Er Zi (Fructus Xanthii):
Cang Er Zi (Fructus Xanthii) is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to open nasal passages and alleviate pain. Warm and acrid in nature, this natural herb can treat sinusitis, rhinitis, sinus headaches, nasal blockage, turbid nasal discharge or loss of smell. Cang Er Zi can also be used to dispel pain and dampness and relieve muscle pain. 

Research: According to one report, 207 patients with chronic sinusitis were successfully treated with Cang Er Zi. [1] In another study, 1,567 patients with chronic sinusitis were treated with 86.9% effectiveness with a Cang Er Zi formula. [2]
Channels: Lung, Liver
Temperature: Warm
Taste: Bitter, acrid
[1] Xin Yi Xue (New Medicine), 1972; !Q:51
[2] Zhong Xi Yi fie He Za Zhi (Journal of Integrated Qhinese and Western Medicine), 1984; 4:211

Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae):
Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae) has similar properties with Car Er Zi (Fructus Xanthii) and is used to treat nasal obstruction due to wind-cold syndrome. Mild in function, Xin Yi Hua is most effective for opening nasal obstruction and draining nasal discharge caused by wind-cold.

Research: In one study, 46 patients with chronic sinusitis were treated with good results with an herb formula containing Xi Yi Hua. [1] According to another report, 2.450 patients with sinusitis or rhinitis were treated with effective results with intranasal instillation and intramuscular injection of Xin Yi Hua preparation. [2]
Channels: Lung, Stomach
Temperature: Warm
Taste: Acrid
[1] Shan Xi Zhong Yi (Shanxi Chinese Medicine), 1991; 12(4):177
[2] Xin Yi Xue (New Medicine), 1981; 1:12

Jie Geng (Radix Platycodonis):
A commonly used Chinese herb, Jie Geng (Radix Platycodonis) is primarily used to soothe the Lung and dispel phlegm. Acrid, bitter and dispersing in nature, Jie Geng ventilates the Lung and relieves phlegm caused by wind-heat or wind-cold invasions. A Jie Gen formula can treat numerous conditions, including cough, fever, thirst, stuffy nose, headaches or febrile disorder. Considered one of the strongest herbs to dispel phlegm and pus, Jie Gen can also be used to treat lung abscesses manifested through cough with blood and pus and thick, yellow sputum. 

Research: In one study, 10 patients with pulmonary abscesses were treated with good results with an herbal decoction containing Jie Geng. [1]
Channels: Lung
Temperature: Neutral
Taste: Bitter, acrid
[1] Jiang Su Zhong Yi Za Zhi (Jiangsu journal of Chinese Medicine), 1981; 3:35

Lian Qiao (Fructus Forsythiae):
Lian Qiao (Fructus Forsythiae) is an ornamental plant with incredible health properties. Covering the channels of Lung, Heart and Gallbladder, Lian Qiao is primarily used to clear heat and eliminate toxins. This cold and bitter herb has dispelling and dispersing properties to clear heat and treat early-stage febrile disorders. Lian Qiao can also be used to treat heat attacking the Heart and alleviate symptoms like irritability, delirium and fever.

Research: In one study, 8 patients with acute nephritis and 1 patient with tuberculosis of the kidney were treated with good results with an herb formula containing Lian Qiao. [1]
Channels: Lung, Heart, Gallbladder
Temperature: Cool
Taste: Bitter
[1] Jiang Xi Yi Yao (Jiangxi Medicine and Herbology), 1961; 7:18

Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae):
Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae), is commonly used to remove dampness, expel cold and stop pain. This acrid and warm herb goes to the Lung, Spleen and Stomach channels, and is a great way to dispel cold and relieve pain. Its main functions are to treat headache, muscle aches, sinus congestion and to reduce swelling. It is also used as a remedy for prolonged diarrhea caused by excessive damp. 

Research: According to one report, patients with occipital headaches were treated with good results with Bai Zhi herb formula. 69 out of 73 patients showed significant improvement after Bai Zhi treatment. [1]
Channels: Lung, Spleen, Stomach
Temperature: Warm
Taste: Acrid
[1] Xi11 Yi Xue (New Medicine), 1976; 1:8

Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae):
Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae), also known as Licorice root, is a highly used herb in Chinese medicine, especially as a harmonizer for other herbs. Although it can be used to treat all 12 channels, its main meridians are the Spleen, Stomach, Lung and Heart.
This sweet plant balances the Yin elements in the body and invigorates the Spleen and Stomach, improving the transformation and transportation functions of these channels. As a result, Gan Cao can treat disorders such as fatigues, shortness of breath or loose stools. 

Research: According to one study, 8 out of 9 patients with declining pituitary function were treated successfully with a Gan Cao formula. [1]
Channels: Spleen, Stomach, Lung and Heart
Temperature: Neutral
Taste: Sweet
[1] Zhong Hua Yi Xue Za Zhi (Chinese journal of Medicine), 1975; 10:718

Wu Wei Zi (Fructus Schisandrae Chinensis):
Wu Wi Zi’s main property is the ability to secure the fluid which is lost from sweating or urine, raising the Yang Qi and helping it circulate though the body. Since night sweats usually occur due to a Ying and Jing deficiency, Wu Wei Zi balances these two energies in the body, reducing excessive loss of body fluids.  Another important property of Wu Wei Zi is calming the Shen (spirit) and tranquilizing the heart. This powerful herb has sedative properties and can treat Yin and blood deficiency. Symptoms such as palpitations, anxiety or insomnia can be improved with a Wu Wei Zi formula. 

Research: According to laboratory studies, both water and alcohol extract of Wu Wei Zi stimulate the lungs to increase the rate and depth of respiration. [1]
Channel: Kidney, Lung, Heart
Temperature: Warm
Taste: Sour
[1] Zhong Yao Yao Li Yu Ying Yong (Pharmacology and Applications of Ch inese Herbs), 1983, 1983: 177

Zhi Mu (Radix Anemarrhenae):
According to traditional Chinese medicine, excess heat in the Lung and Stomach channels can manifest in symptoms like high fever, perspiration and thirst with desire for cold drinks. Bitter and sweet in taste and cold in nature, Zhi Mu (Radix Anemarrhenae) can both sedate Lung and Stomach fire and moisten dryness.
Zhi Mu can also clear Lung heat and nourish Lung yin to remove dryness and relieve dry cough. 

Research: According to clinical studies, Zhi Mu has a antipyretic action. [1]
Channels: Lung, Stomach, Kidney
Temperature: Cold
Taste: Sweet, bitter
[1] Zhong Yao Xue (Chinese Herbology), 1998; 115:119

Ye Ju Hua (Flos Chrysanthemi Indici):
Bitter and acrid in taste and cool in nature, Ye Ju Hua has is commonly used to clear heat and remove toxicity. Due to its strong heat clearing properties, Ye Ju Hua is used to treat furuncles and abscess due to heat-toxicity. It is also effective in treating sore throat and red eyes. 

Research: In one report, 501 patients with common colds or influenza were treated with good results by oral administration of Ye Ju Hua. [1]
Channels: Lung, Liver
Temperature: Cool
Taste: Bitter, acrid
[1] Shan Dong Zhong Yi Xue Yuan Xue Baa (Journal of Shandong University School of Chinese Medicine), 1987; 3:58

Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae):
Sweet, acrid and slightly warm, Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae) is one of the most effective herbs in the cold and flu releaser formula. Covering four channels, Fang Feng’s main functions are dispelling wind, cold and dampness and relieving body aches and muscle pain. Because Fang Feng’s dispelling properties are stronger than other herbs, it can be used for both wind-cold and wind-heat disorders. Fang Feng can fight muscle spasms and cramps by dispelling wind from the Liver channel. It is commonly used to treat conditions such tetanus, glottal spasms and trembling of the hands and feet. 

Research: In lab studies, Fang Feng has been shown to have a mild antipyretic effect on subjects with artificially induced fever. [1]
Channels: Urinary, Bladder, Liver, Spleen
Temperature: Slightly warm
Taste: Acrid, sweet
[1] Zhong Yi Yao Xin Xi (Information on Chinese Medicine and Herbology), 1990; (4):39

Jing Jie (Herba Schizonepetae):
Jing Jie (Herba Schizonepetae), also known as Japanese catnip, is a medicinal herb primarily used to treat the common cold. Slightly warm and mild in action, Jing Jie has fewer secondary effects than other herbs, since it treats and ends the symptoms of the cold in a natural way. Combined with other herbs, Jing Jie can effectively treat symptoms such as chill, fever, stuffy nose, headache, body ache, runny nose, coughing and phlegm. 

Research: Essential oil of Jing Jie has been shown to have good results on various respiratory disorders and to relieve bronchospasm. [1]
Channels: Lung, Liver
Temperature: Slightly warm
Taste: Acrid
[1] Zhong Yao Xue (Chinese Herbology), 1998; 73:7


Robert Youngs Herbal Forumulas

  • Potent herbal supplements
  • Modern updates of Classic Chinese Herbal Formulas
  • Scientific research and clinical experience
  • Effective, gentle, natural