Bao Ji Wan, Pill Curing - Stomach Problems and Food Poisoning Herbal Formula
Uses: Stomach Discomfort, Food Poisoning, Hangover, Motion Sickness. Bao Ji Wan (Bao Ji Pian, or variously called as Po Chai Pills, Curing Pills, Kang Ning Wan), is a household traditional Chinese medicine for quick help on acute onset stomach discomforts, whether it is due to travel, cold, overeating, or hangover. This formula works particularly well at the immediate onset of symptoms - from food poisioning or overeating. Can also be used preventatively as a mild stomach/spleen tonic. This Chinese Herbal Formula is one of the few Chinese medicines strongly recommended to take along with wherever you go.*
Ingredients: Herba Agastaches (Huo xiang), Radix Angelicae Dahuricae (Bai zhi), Rhizoma Atractylodis (Cang zhu), Crotex Magnoliae Officinalis (Hou po), Exocarpium Citri Rubrum (Ju hong), Poria (Fu ling), Semen Coicis (Yi yi ren), Flos Chrysanthemi (Ju hua), Fructus Tribuli (Bai ji li), Massa Medicata Fermentata (Shen qu), Herba Menthae (Bo he), Fructus Setariae Germinatus (Gu ya), Radix Aucklandiae (Mu xiang), Radix Puerariae (Ge gen), Radix Trichosanthis (Tian hua fen), Ramulus Uncariae Cum Uncis (Gou teng), Gastrodia elata rhizome (Tian ma).
Recommended Dosage: Take 5 to 7 pills or 3 to 5 tablets as needed for stomach discomfort. Bao Ji Wan should not be taken long term.
Caution: Avoid during pregnancy.
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