Johns Hopkins Medicine has been selling its first generic version of Chinese medicine pills, a new product from its pharmaceutical division.
The company, which also produces a generic version, says it has sold 1.7 million of the generic version.
The pill, which comes in a black bottle, costs £6.99, with the company also releasing a range of generic versions of its brand-name drugs.
Johns Hopkins, which has a market share of more than 50% in the Chinese market, is the largest UK pharmaceutical firm by sales.
The UK is the world’s biggest market for its brand of generic drugs.