This patent treats poor digestion due to deficiency of spleen qi, cold in the center, retention of phlegm-damp, retention of food, and stagnation of stomach qi. Use for poor appetite, loose stools or diarrhea, indigestion, nausea, and morning sickness. Traditionally used to build physical stamina in children. Source: Shi Fang Ge Kuo, (Experienced Formulas Written in Rhyme), by Chen Xuo-Yuan, 1801, A.D. Function: Nourish spleen/stomach; strengthen qi, stop pain; eliminate phlegm Application: Use to treat any symptoms caused by def. qi of spleen or stomach. This is a tonic medicine for the spleen/stomach. Symptoms: Poor digestion with nausea, vomiting, burping, regurgitation, stomach gurgling, borborygmus, distension in the middle warmer, stomachache, chronic diarrhea, a pale face, a pale tongue, and a weaker or slow pulse. Applications also use to treat: (Note, the patient must have the above-mentioned def. Spleen/stomach symptoms to use this), gastric or duodenal ulcer, acute or chronic gastritis, chronic diarrhea, Crohns disease.
Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan (Aplotaxis-Amomum Pills) Digestinex Extract
Poria (scleotium) 400mg Bai-zhu atractylodes (rhizome) 400mg Codonopsis (root) 200mg Pinellia (rhizome) 200mg Chinese anomuth (fruit) 150mg Tangerine (dried rind of mature fruit) 150mg Chinese licorice (root) 125 mg Jujube (fruit) 40 mg Ginger (fresh rhizome) 15 mg