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This product supports healthy gastrointestinal function. Use in deficiency of stomach or spleen qi, with cold and phlegm-damp in the middle burner. This formula treats accumulation of phlegm-damp or food stagnation in the stomach, with symptoms of nausea, vomiting, flatulence, poor digestion, abdominal pain following meals, pasty or loose stools, and loss of appetite. Appropriate for morning sickness. Useful for deficiency conditions; not indicated for heat. Source: Wan Bing Hui Chun, (Recovery of Ten Thousand Disease), Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644. Function: Nourish qi; strengthen the stomach, remove food mass; relieve stomachache Application: Use to treat def. Spleen/stomach syndrome in weaker patients. Symptoms: Low energy, poor appetite; gastric symptoms, especially following a meal, such as stomach distension, burping, heartburn, stomach ache, nausea; loose stools or diarrhea. This formula will tonify the spleen/stomach qi and thus reduce the above-mentioned symptoms. Applications also include acute or chronic gastritis (including idiopathic) and gastric or duodenal ulcer.

Siang Sha Yang Wei Pills

SKU: P124
$8.50Price
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