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Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan – Digestinex Extract – Kingsway (KGS) Brand

Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan, or Digestinex is used for poor appetite and poor digestion w/abdominal bloating and cramping. Loose, watery stools and possibly nausea and/or vomiting may also be present. Amount: 200 Teapills (~10 days supply).

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It's working

This herbal formula has certainly strengthened my digestion.


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Good product

Good product, timely delivery, good price


Annika Hurwitt

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Box of 200 pills, 160 milligrams each, of concentrated dietary herbal supplement, with english and chinese text.
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Bottle of 200 pills of herbal dietary supplement, net weight 1.2 ounces, or 33 grams. English and chinese text.


Eyedropper top tincture bottle containing 1 fluid ounce, or 30 milliliters, chinese herbal concentrate of Dianthus Formula (Ba Zheng Tang) by root + spring.


Pack of 4 boxes.


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What is Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan:

Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan is a classical Chinese medicine formula (c. late 17th century) used to address poor appetite and poor digestion combined with abdominal bloating and loose stools. It also helps quell nausea and vomiting. In a modern clinical setting, it can also be useful for addressing Crohn’s Disease, chronic diarrhea (watery and non-smelly), chronic gastritis, and other presentations involving intestinal inflammation (that are rooted in deficiency).

Clinical Notes: This formula tonifies Spleen qi, transforms and moves damp, warms and harmonizes the middle, and directs rebellious Stomach qi back in a downward direction. It takes Liu Zun Zi Tang as its base and adds Sha Ren to aid in descending Stomach qi and is excellent for general use as a Spleen qi tonic (w/accumulated phlegm) when warming the middle is called for.

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