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BU ZHONG YI QI WAN,
aka Central Qi Pills or Tonify the Middle and Augment the Qi Decoction Formula
BU ZHONG YI QI WAN - Pill or Tablet
BU ZHONG YI QI SAN - Powder or Granule Extract
BU ZHONG YI QI TANG - Whole Herbs for Decoction
When to Use BU ZHONG YI QI WAN
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), BU ZHONG YI QI WAN tonifies the Spleen, the middle burner, and the central Qi (ZHONG QI). When the Central Qi is weak, the overall QI can loose its 'lifting quality' leading to Prolapse of QI. This can result in prolapsed organs or possibly muscular weakness. Since the Spleen controls the muscles, Spleen QI Deficiency makes muscular development difficult. Sometimes patients with Spleen Qi Deficiency have difficulty increasing muscle mass and, because appetite is reduced, body weight.
Studies have shown that BU ZHONG YI QI WAN can support the production of killer cells and increase the serum level of IFN-g (interferon-gamma ), which is needed to defend against invading pathogens. BU ZHONG may thus protect us from infection. Controlled human studies have shown that BU ZHONG YI QI WAN can ease symptoms in those with CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome). BU ZHONG has also been used for patients undergoing chemotherapy and recovering from surgery.
BU ZHONG YI QI TANG Uses and Indications for Use
This classical formula is also known as Central Qi Pills. It combines several strengthening herbs with 3 herbs that Raise the Qi. This makes it the 'go-to' formula for prolapse conditions. Its mildness and lifting qualities make it a suitable supplement for supporting long term treatment
- Strengthens the Spleen and the Middle Burner
- Raises the YANG. Used for prolapse conditions
- Fatigue, weakness and mild headache.
- Soft or loose stools.
- Spontaneous sweating, shortness of breath, pale complexion, tendency to curl up, and laconic speech.
- Aversion to cold and a possible preference for warm drinks.
- Loss of taste.
When Not to Use BU ZHONG YI QI WAN: Safety, Cautions and Contraindications
Though BU ZHONG YI QI WAN is generally considered safe, pregnant or nursing women should consult their health care provider before taking any supplement.
Formulas are intended for health care professionals or for those knowledgeable of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Self-diagnosis and self treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, long term, or serious conditions. To insure the best outcome for yourself and minimize the cost and chance of side effects, Find a Local TCM Practitioner or Start an E-mail Consultation.
BU ZHONG YI QI WAN Ingredients
- HUANG QI – Astragalus Root
- DANG SHEN – Codonopsis Root
- BAI ZHU – Atractylodes Macrocephala
- CHEN PI – Tangerine Peel
- DANG GUI – Dong Quai
- GAN CAO – Licorice Root
- CHAI HU – Bupleurum
- SHENG MA – Black Cohosh Rhizome
* These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.