Anti-fungal ointment

An excellent ointment for common fungal infections - toe nails, athletes foot.

Contraindications - It is not suitable for wet weeping lesions. 


Apply at least twice a day on clean, dried skin. If skin is particularly sore avoid rubbing to dry rather let it air dry. 


History corner -

Called Qing Dai Gao in Chinese, this famous contemporary ointment is first found in Wai Ke Xue ("A Study of External Medicine") compiled by the Guangzhou College of Chinese Medicine.


Anti-fungal ointment

  • Pure vegetable oils
    Shi Gao (Gypsum Fibrosum)
    Hua Shi (Talcum)
    Qing Dai (Pulvis Indigonis Levis)
    Huang Bai (Cortex Phellodendri)




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Esher Gardens Wimbledon SW19 6BY


Jiva Health, 19A Wimbledon Bridge Road, SW19 7NH

London, England, UK

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Located in South West London, in the boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth.


Providing Acupuncture services  for Wimbledon, Putney, Barnes, Tooting, Earlsfield, Southfields, Raynes Park, Micham, Fulham and Hammersmith

About Sheira

South West London's leading fertility and pregnancy  Acupuncturist.

Sheira is a qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner specialising in fertility for men and women, pregnancy and paediatric acupuncture.


She also provides Acupuncture support for Cancer and mental health conditions.