Dr. Shen’s Stomach Curing For Nausea and Queasiness

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Curing Supplement Facts Serving size 3 tablets Amount for 1 serving Poria Cocos (Hoelen)Fu Ling 352.5 mg* Coix Semen (Job's Tears) Yi Yi Ren 22.5 mg* Magnolia Cx. (Magnolia bark) Huo Po 184.5 mg* Pogostemi Herba (Patuchouli) Huo Xiang 184.5 mg * Attractylodis Rz. (Attractylodis) Bai Zhu 184.5 mg * Oryzae Germin. (Rice sprout) Gu Ya 180 mg* Puerariae Rx. (Kudzu root) Ge Gen 169.5 mg* Saussureae Rx. (Costus root) Mu Xian 162 mg * Angelica Dahurica Rx (Angelica) BaiZhi 162 mg* Crataegi Frucutus (Hawthorn Fruit) Shan Zha 117 mg* Herba Mentha (Mint) Bo He 94.5 mg* Citri RubrumExoc. (Citris Peel) Chen Pi 92.25 mg* Chrysanthemi Flos (Chrysanthemum FLower) Ju Hua 83.25 mg* Gastrodia Rz.(Gastrodia orchid) Tian Ma 81 mg* * Daily Value not established Tablets bound with arabic gum; silica; natural stearic acid.

Also known as: Curing Pills, Culing Pills, PO CHAI

When to Use Dr. Shen’s Stomach Curing:

Normal digestive QI moves downward, but at times, digestive QI can rebel and go upward. Dr. Shen’s Stomach Curing Pills help to quickly redirect rebellious QI downward.  You can usually feel relief in less than 15 minutes.

  • Food Stagnation
  • Nausea
  • Hangover Remedy
  • Upset Stomach
  • Overeating
  • Motion Sickness
  • Indigestion
  • Chemo-related Nausea


3 tablets, every three or four hours; or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.  


Curing pills are meant for the occasional use of minor discomforts. For chronic stomach or other digestive complaints, please see your healthcare provider.

Curing Pills are generally considered safe for everyone, nevertheless, pregnant women are advised to consult with their healthcare providers before using any supplement. Traditional Chinese Medicine, when used properly, is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren’t recommended for chronic, recurring, or serious illness.

Quality Guarantee

At Dr. Shen’s, we use the finest grades of herbs. We import all of our herbs whole, rather than as powders, so we can inspect them for authenticity and quality. We screen for mold, metals, and microorganisms. We test tablets for dissolvability and coat them for easy swallowing. Our excipients are minimal, always natural, and always vegetarian. All ingredients are listed on compliant labels.


Costus Root (Saussureae Radix) Mu Xiang
Regulates the Qi, Dissipates stagnant intestinal Qi, Alleviates Pain

Angelica Root (Angelica Dahurica) Bai Zhi
Expels Wind, Releases Surface, Alleviates Pain, Reduces Swelling, Expels Dampness and Alleviates Discharge

Hawthorn Fruit (Crataegi Fructus) Shan Zha
Dissolves Food Stagnation, Strengthens Stomach

Mint Leaf (Mentha Folium) Bo He
Frees Constrained Qi, Clears the Head and Eyes, Disperses Wind Heat

Citrus Peel (Citri Rubrum Exocarpum) Chen Pi
Moves the Qi, Strengthens Spleen, Dries Dampness, Directs the Qi Downward, Prevents Stagnation

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemomi Flos) Ju Hua
Disperses Wind, Clears Heat from the Eyes, Pacifies the Liver

Ornamental Orchid (Gastrodia Rhiz) Tian Ma
Pacifies the Liver, Extinguishes Wind, Alleviates Pain, Disperses Painful Obstruction

Hoelin Mushroom (Poria Cocos) Fu Ling
Quiets the Heart, Calms the Spirit, Harmonizes the Middle, Strengthens Stomach/Spleen

Job’s Tears (Coicis Semen) Yi Yi Ren
Leaches our Dampness, Strengthens Stomach/Spleen, Clears Damp Heat, Reduces Diarrhea

Magnolia Bark (Magnolia Cortex) Hou Po
Moves the Qi, Transforms Dampness, Resolves Stagnation, Directs Rebellious Qi Downward

Patchouli (Agastach Pogostemi) Huo Xiang
Transforms Dampness, Releases the Exterior, Harmonizes the Center, Expels Dampness

White Atractylodis (Atractylodis Rizome) Bai Zhu
Benefits the Qi, Stabilizes the Exterior, Strengthens the Spleen, Dries Dampness

Rice Sprout (Oryzae Germinantus) Gu Ya
Dissolves Food Stagnation, Strengthens Stomach

Kudzu Root (Pueraria Radix) Ge Gen
Clears Heat, Releases Muscles of Upper Body, Nourishes Fluids

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