Why is there a rush to buy western herbal remedies?

A wave of new western herbal medicine products are on the market and there is a rush for them to be stocked.

Some of the products that are being sold are highly potent, often costing hundreds of thousands of euro and have become the latest hot sellers.

One of the more popular products, the Chinese herbal medicine Tianjin Zhongbao, has been selling for more than two years.

It has a powerful calming effect on the body and can be used to treat insomnia, depression and asthma.

“The popularity of these products is due to the Chinese government’s crackdown on the black market in Chinese herbal medicines and the Chinese Communist Party’s attempt to stamp out the black-market market in other western medicines, particularly western drugs,” said Dr Daniel Pfeiffer, the president of the British Society for the Study of Addiction (BSSA), which is the main medical association in the UK.

He added: “There is no question that these products are popular because they’re so potent.”

The problem with these products has been that they are very high-risk.

Dr Pfeifer said there are two main reasons why these products can cause so many problems: high levels of side effects and high costs.

He explained that these chemicals can cause respiratory problems, which can lead to asthma, heart failure and cancer.

There are other problems too, such as liver damage and problems with blood clotting.

“There’s also a lot of evidence that these medicines are addictive and that they can actually cause more problems than they solve,” he said.

In some cases, people will start using them for a short time and then stop, only to re-take them because of a withdrawal symptoms.

The new western products include: Tianjin Zongbaxing, which is made from a blend of the Chinese and Indian plants, is a milder version of the traditional Chinese medicine Tianjing Zhongbu, which contains the alkaloids Tianjin and Tianjing.

This version is marketed as a treatment for a variety of conditions including asthma, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia and sleep disorders.

It costs around 60,000 euro and is sold in stores.

Tianjin Tianjing is an alkaloid-rich Chinese herb that is sold for treating sleep disorders, anxiety and insomnia.

Tianjing has been marketed as an anti-anxiety and anti-epileptic medication.

It is made up of four components: the herbal leaf, the powder and a chemical compound.

“Tianjing is a natural herb that has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years,” Dr Pfiffer said.

“Its alkalogenic properties can reduce inflammation, enhance heart function and help with digestion.”

Tianjin is one of the most potent of the new herbal products and can also be used as a sleeping pill.

It can be bought in pharmacies for around 40,000 euros.

Tianjiang is a Chinese herb called a pinyin: “tianjing.”

Tianjiu is an extract of a piyo, a leaf from the Chinese plant piyu.

It contains a mixture of amino acids, which are made from amino acids in the root of the plant, and vitamins, minerals and proteins.

It’s sold as a sleep remedy and is available as a nasal spray, cough suppressant and muscle relaxant.

Tiani, which comes in both Chinese and English versions, is also sold in pharmacies, where it is sold as an over-the-counter sleeping aid.

Tianqi is made by adding amino acids and vitamin A to the leaf of the pinyine plant.

It also contains calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.

It was sold in English as a muscle relaxer and a sleep aid.

There is a range of other products available in the western herbal drugs market including Tianjin Xingjing and Tianjin Tingjing, which contain the chemical compounds Tianjin, Tianjin Shanyu and Tianjiang Zhongjiao.

The price of these newer western herbal products varies from 40,200 to 60,800 euro.

These products are more expensive than the Chinese products.

“I think there are a lot more people who are going to buy them because they are so powerful,” Dr Raffaello Pantucci, a clinical psychologist from the British College of Chest Physicians, said.

Dr Pantucci said the new products were popular because of their high price tag, which he estimated was between 100 and 300 thousand euro.

“A lot of people are desperate to try these products, and they’re buying them for the price they think they’re going to be,” he added.

“It’s really important that people understand that these drugs are not necessarily safe.”

In China, there are many laws against the sale of new medicines.

Dr Sohi Tang, a professor of medicine at the University of Hong Kong, said many Chinese citizens had bought these products for other reasons.

She said they had also been using them as a medicine to treat sleep disorders and allergies, but they were also selling them for