Quiet Digestion by Health Concerns
Traditional Chinese Medicine For Simple Indigestion Or Food Stagnation
This herbal supplement is Health Concerns' version of an amazing old formula that belongs in everyone's medicine cabinet and in every traveler's bag of traveling medicines. Usually known as Pill Curing, it has also been called Stomach Curing, CU'RING, Culing Pills, PO CHAI pills, and in this case, Quiet Digestion. It may be best known as a remedy for over-eating and indigestion, but it also works quickly and effectively for just about any cause of nausea. Unquestionably it is one of the all time great remedies for hangover as it contains herbs that address headache, overeating and overheating the Liver.
Quiet Digestion Uses And Indications For When To Use
- Food Poisoning
- Erratic stools
- Stomach ache, indigestion
- Motion sickness
- Morning sickness
Quiet Digestion's TCM Uses and Characteristics
- Redirects Rebellious QI Downward
- Dries Internal Dampness
- Tonifies the Spleen
- Dissolves Food Stagnation
- Resolves Phlegm Accumulation
Quiet Digestion Dosage
2 - 4 tablets. When needed before or after meals
Health Concerns' Quiet Digestion Safety and Cautions
Do Not Take Long-Term, Quiet Digestion is best used to treat acute onset problems such as indigestion, minor food poisoning or hangover. For longterm digestive issues, see your health care provider.
Herbs can be very potent, but using them can be quite complex; Your health outcome may benefit from professional advice. Self diagnosis and treatment aren't recommended for difficult, chronic, or reoccurring conditions. Best to find a practitioner. If you live in the USA, you can find a nearby TCM practitioner at AcupunctureAmerica.com Or you may obtain an on-line consultation and herbal prescription at Online-Herbal-Consultation.
Quiet Digestion's Ingredients
|Bai Zhi||Angelica Dahurica|
|Chi Shi Zhi||Halloysite|
|Ge Gen (Fen Ge Gen)||Pueraria Root|
|Gu Ya||Oryza (Sprouted)|
|Hou Po||Magnolia Bark|
|Ju Hong||Red Tangerine Peel|
|Mu Xiang (Chuang)(Cultivated)||Vladimiria (Cultivated)|
|Shen Qu||Massa Medicata Fermentata|
|Tian Hua Fen||Trichosanthes Root|
|Yi Yi Ren||Coix
*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.