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Raise Qi by Health Concerns (Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang) is formulated to addresses deficiency of the spleen and stomach leading to sinking of the Yang. Many of the symptoms addressed by this formula are due to cold.

Raise Qi helps to harmonize the functioning of the stomach and the spleen in order to prevent diarrhea, promote healthy digestion and strengthen the limbs. Among the blend of herbal ingredients that make this formula so effective are astragalus, ginseng, tang kuei, citrus, white atractylodes, blupeurum and cimicifuga. This supplement has proven beneficial for those who experience frequent loose stools, limb weakness and excessive sweating.

- Promotes healthy spleen and stomach functioning
- Aids in supporting a healthy digestive process
- Helps to strengthen weak pulse
- Helps to nourish the blood

Raise Qi Ingredients in 2 tablets: Proprietary Blend: Astragalus root (Huang Qi), Ginseng root (Ren Shen), Atractylodes root (Bai Zhu), Tang Kuei root (Dang Gui), Citrus peel (Chen Pi), Baked Licorice root (Zhi Gan Cao), Cimicifuga root (Sheng Ma), Bupleurum root (Chai Hu).

Other Ingredients: vegetable gum, silicon dioxide, stearic acid, cellulose.

Suggested Use: Adults: Take 3 tablets, 3 times per day between meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Do not use this product if are pregnant or nursing.

Keep out of reach of children.


RQ90$25.90








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