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Min Shan – Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan

Min Shan – Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan addresses digestive complaints such as loose stools, poor appetite, distention and bloating etc… It is also the classical formula used to address organ prolapse (from Spleen qi deficiency). Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

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Bottle of 200 herbal supplement extract pills. Text is written in english and chinese.


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Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – by Min Shan:

Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – by Min Shan is a Chinese Medicine formula that helps promote and maintain a healthy digestive system. It works to boost one’s Qi or energy to help you digest better. It’s indicated for poor digestion with symptoms of:

  • Tendency to need to have a bowel movement (or diarrhea) right after eating
  • Intolerance of cold foods, salads, and/or drinks
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Abdominal distension
  • Bloating with pain and gas
  • General weakness
  • Feeling of coldness
  • Chronic diarrhea
  • Chronic loose stools

Clinical Notes: This formula is a spleen qi tonic with the addition of  Chai Hu and Sheng Ma, two herbs with upward energy that make this formula especially useful for addressing organ prolapses. Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan can also be thought of as a way to treat Liver attacking Spleen (i.e. tonifying the Spleen to address the relative imbalance between the two organ systems) and has found modern clinical applications for addressing various digestive complaints associated with this pattern).

Herbal Ingredients found in Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – by Min Shan

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, Hydrated magnesium silicate, Dextrin, China wax

Allergen Information: Atractylodes/Bai zhu is stir-fried with wheat bran; while the bran is sifted out during processing, it does contain traces of wheat.

Dosage Instructions for Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – by Min Shan;

Take 8 Teapills/3x day (or as directed by your healthcare practitioner).

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