Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan

Details of Aconite, Ginseng and Ginger Combination This is a variation of Li Zhong Wan but it is more warming. (You can read about in more detail in the link.) Anyone who is thinking of using this I would suggest you may want to start with Li Zhong Wan and see how you do and then bump…

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Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan

Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan is the basis for Shu Gan Wan. Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan and Shu Gan are formulas that are often sold as a “patent” or over the counter pill and there are many variations of them. You really have to look at the label and see what you are getting. We…

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Jian Pi Wan without Gluten

This formula is a gluten free version of Jian Pi Wan. We have omitted Shen Qu (which contains wheat) and Mai Ya (which is a malt product). The rest of the formula should be fine for those sensitive to gluten. However, just to be sure I would suggest buying a small quantity at first to…

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Gluten free Bao He Wan

Gluten free Bao He Wan is modified without Shen Qu but added Mu Xiang. Give it a try… tell us what you think. This is for digestive issues to be taken right after a meal. Shan Zha Lai Fu Zi Mu Xiang – substituted for Shen Qu Chen Pi Ban Xia Fu Ling Lian Qiao…

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Bao He Wan

This is a classic formula for those who have trouble digesting their meals. Take this right after a meal. Good for bloating. The name literally means “harmonious bag” (bag being your stomach). For those concerned about Gluten then we have a “gluten free Bao He Wan” you can purchase.   Bao He Wan Shan Zha Lai…

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Jian Pi Wan

This formula: Strengthens the Spleen Harmonizes the Stomach Reduces Food Stagnation Stops diarrhea Helps Bloating Bai Zhu – Tonifies the Spleen, augments Qi and dries Dampness. Fu Ling – Promotes urination, leaches out Dampness, strengthens the Spleen Dang Shen – Tonifies Spleen and Stomach Qi.  For Spleen and Stomach Qi Deficiency with Dampness with diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal distention…

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Jian Pi Ling Modified

Details of Modified Jian Pi Ling Jian Pi Ling Modified supports a normal intestinal function.It differs from the regular Jian Pi in that it emphasizes firming the stool, helping diarrhea, frequent bowel movements and stopping bleeding. Alternative Names Jianpiling Availability status: in stock Order Modified Jian Pi Ling 100 grams powder @ $30.00 200 grams powder @…

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Digestive support #3

This has a number of herbs that “cool the stomach” and intestines as well as firm up the stool.   Ge Gen (Rx. Puerariae Lobatae) Huang Lian (Rz. Coptidis) Huang Qin (Rx. Scutellariae) Mu Xiang (Rx. Aucklandiae) Zhi Gan Cao (Glycyrrhizae Prep.) DOSAGE: Eagle Herbs is now supplying a 2 gram “little spoon”. (Please wash…

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Acupuncture and Gastric Motility

For those with Stomach and Intestinal issues, I would suggest finding a licensed acupuncturist that you can see on a regular basis (eg: once a week for a few months). This is along article about studies done that shows its benefits: Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders and Acupuncture Jieyun Yin, MD and  Jiande D Z Chen, Ph.D. Author…

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Modified Major Construct Combo

This is a combination of two formulas Major Construct the Middle and Ginseng and Cinnamon. If you are taking this, start with a low dosage and work your way up to best meet your comfort level. I have put in some Coptis- Huang Lian which contains Berberine as well as Zhi Shi  (Aurantii) which regulates the intestines….

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