Click to enlargeLanzhou Foguang Foci - Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan - 200 teapills

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Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan by Lanzhou Foguang Foci is used to alleviate occasional upset stomach and bloating, while supporting the health of the spleen and gastrointestinal system.

Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan starts with Liu Jun Zi Tang and adds Aucklandia Mu Xiang and Amomum Sha Ren to aid in descending stomach Qi. This is an excellent formula as a Spleen Qi tonic. Not only does it tonify the Qi, but it also clears accumulated phlegm and descends the Qi. It is also a good formula for deficiency morning sickness.

Western Symptomatology: Chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers.

Contraindications: Caution during pregnancy.

Suggested Use: 8 pills 3 times daily.

Symptomatology: Indigestion, eructation, abdominal distention and fullness; loose stool; disorders of the Stomach function.

Benefits: Supplements Qi, invigorates the Spleen and regulates the Stomach.

Patterns: Deficiency of the Spleen and Stomach with phlegm-dampness and Qi stagnation.

Ingredients: Mature Chinese Amomum Fruit, Codonopsis Root, Atractylodes Rhizome, Polyporus Sclerotium, Chinese Licorice Root and Rhizome, Tangerine Peel, Pinellia Stem, Mature Jujube Fruit, Ginger Rhizome. Inactive ingredients: starch.


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