Summary

  • Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to
    • Strengthen the spleen and stomach
    • Replenish the qi
    • Lift the sunken middle qi
  • Formula name: bu zhong yi qi tang

Dosage

  • 3 capsules twice daily 1 hour away from eating

Warnings

  • Please seek the advice of a registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioner if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you
  • Always read the label
  • If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, consult your healthcare professional
  • During pregnancy and lactation and if taking medications, consult with a qualified heal

Formulation

Ingredient
Astragalus membranaceus (Huang Qi) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (root)
46.8 mg
280.8 mg
Atractylodes macrocephala (Bai Zhu) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
46.8 mg
280.8 mg
Codonopsis pilosula (Mi Zhi Dang Shen) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (root)
46.8 mg
280.8 mg
Angelica polymorpha (Dong quai) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (root)
37.5 mg
225 mg
Ziziphus jujuba var. spinosa (Da Zao) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (fruit)
31.2 mg
187.2 mg
Bupleurum falcatum (Chai Hu) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (root)
28.2 mg
169.2 mg
Actaea racemosa (Sheng Ma) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
18.9 mg
113.4 mg
Citrus reticulata (Chen Pi) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (fruit peel)
18.9 mg
113.4 mg
Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Gan Cao) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (root)
15.6 mg
93.6 mg
Zingiber officinale (Sheng Jiang) ext.
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
9.3 mg
55.8 mg

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