Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong
Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong

Chinese medicine maker Eu Yan Sang to launch plant-based Bak Foong menstruation pills in bid to win over millennial women

  • The iconic firm says the entirely plant-based version of its famous Bak Foong cure for menstrual pains is just as effective as the original, which contains deer antler and black bone chicken
  • A major challenge for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is winning over millennials, who tend to place a higher value on convenience and sustainability

Topic |   Pharmaceuticals
Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong
Bak Foong pills on display at Eu Yan Sang’s factory in Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong
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