LAIYANG, China, April 22 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Genesis Pharmaceuticals Enterprises, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: GNPH) ("Genesis" or the "Company"), a U.S. pharmaceutical company with its principal operations in the People's Republic of China, today announced that it began marketing and selling three Traditional Chinese Medicines ("TCMs"). These TCMs are Yi Mu Cao Gao (a motherwort herb electuary sticky syrup), Gan Mao Zhi Ke Ke Li (an antipyretic and antitussive granule), and Kang Gu Sui Yan Pian (an osteomyelitis treatment tablet).
The Company recently purchased 22 TCMs with SFDA drug regulatory agency approvals for manufacturing and distribution from Hongrui Pharmaceuticals. The three TCMs which Genesis is now beginning to market and distribute are the first three products Genesis acquired from Hongrui to be relabeled and sold under Genesis' brand name "Jiangbo." All three Hongrui products are being sold through the 28 independent distributors used by Genesis.
Yi Mu Cao Gao is used to treat dysmenorrhoea, oligminorrhea and postpartum abdominal pain. It is included in China's provincial and national medical insurance catalogues, which means consumers are reimbursed for the cost of purchasing this product.
Gan Mao Zhi Ke Ke Li antipyretic and antitussive granules help relieve cold and flu symptoms such as fever, headache, rhinocleisis, cough, throat pain and phlegm. It is used in a large number of China's hospitals and clinics and is popular with consumers. Proposed healthcare reforms in China are expected to result in more hospitals and clinics carrying Gan Mao Zhi Ke Ke Li, making it even more widely available to consumers.
Kang Gu Sui Yan Pian osteomyelitis treatment tablets are used to treat
bone and bone marrow inflammations. Osteomyelitis patients may develop
resistance if treated by chemical drugs, such as antibiotics, for a long
period of time. Chronic patients a
|SOURCE Genesis Pharmaceuticals Enterprises, Inc.|
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