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Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – Invigorator Teapill Extract – Kingsway (KGS) Brand

Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan, or Invigorator Teapill helps promote & maintain a healthy digestive system. It’s great for poor digestion. Amount: 200 Teapills per box. 160mg each.

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What is Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan – Invigorator Teapill Extract

This is a traditional herbal supplement that helps promote and maintain a healthy digestive system. They work to boost one’s Qi or energy to help you digest better. It’s great for poor digestion with symptoms of:

  • A 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

Chinese herbs work differently from Western drugs — they help clear the root of the problem. Often these herbs work better if taken for some time, depending on the severity and length of symptoms. Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan?- Invigorator Teapill Extract is a wonderful health tonic.

Herbal Ingredients found in Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan?- Invigorator Teapill Extract

Dosage Instructions for Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan

As a dietary supplement take 8 Teapills, 3 times per day with warm water. (You may take 12 Teapills twice a day instead.)

Amount: 200 Teapills per box. 160mg each.

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