In Traditional Chinese Medicine this specific herbal formulation is believed to support the body in fighting the effects of digestive disorders caused by stomach and spleen qi deficiency and resulting in symptoms such as chest tight, bloating after eating, love to eat sweet, have good appetite and love to eat, but can not digested and have big belly or seem undigested food in poop, anti-ulcer, chronic peritonitis, spleen and stomach dysfunction, pancreatic insufficiency. which develops when the body’s immune system becomes sensitized and overreacts to food, drink or something in the environment that typically causes no problems in most people.
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For adults, as a dietary supplement, take 10 pills after a meal with warm water twice daily. If taking other medication or supplement, allow at least 2 hours before or after using this product.
In Western Medicine
Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency(EPI) is a digestive disorder involving the pancreas and the enzymes it produces. Enzymes are chemicals released to bring about a specific chemical reaction, and the pancreas secretes many different enzymes that serve different purposes. In EPI, the pancreas does not produce enough of the enzymes needed to digest food. Without this breakdown, an individual cannot absorb the necessary nutrients and vitamins. This leads to diarrhea, vitamin deficiency, and weight loss.
In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) considers (Acute pancreatitis) AP is categorized as epigastric pain, splenic precordial pain, splenopyretic disease and knotted chest disease. The principle of treatment in TCM is to clear away the heat (heat as a pathogenic factor that causes heat pattern/syndrome) and expelling superficial heat, supplementing qi (vital energy) and nourishing yin (body fluid), activating blood circulation to dissipate blood stasis and inner communication and purgation. Eating too much Yin type food, which is synonymous with the cold property, increases the Stomach Cold Qi(chi) uprising. Emotions and other factors such as diet, lifestyle, environmental and hereditary factors also contribute to the development of imbalances that cause AP.
Different individuals may experience different symptoms, including:
- chest tight, bloating after eating, beer belly, love to eat sweet
- love to eat, but can not digested and have bloated belly
- multi bowel movement within a day and sometimes seen undigested food in the bowel
- ulcer, chronic peritonitis, spleen and stomach dysfunction
- pancreatic insufficiency
Diet & Prevention
Eat similarly portioned meals 3 times a day at regularly designated times. Stop eating before you are full. Under eat, just a little bit, so you don’t over strain your digestive system. For optimal health, strive to eat light, balanced meals that are easy to digest. Lastly, avoid going to bed soon after eating. Allow at least 2 ½ hours between eating your last bite and going to bed. It is best to avoid eating sweet, uncooked (raw), greasy, dairy, and pungent food, deep fried foods, pickled or heavily spiced foods, and burnt meat. No smoking, drinking alcohol, coffee and cold beverages.
Serving Size 10 pills
Serving Per Container 30
Amount Per Serving 3000mg
Codonopsis, Poria, Villous Amomum Fruit, Tangerine Peel, Officinal Magnolia Bark, Licorice Root
Other ingredients : Pure Honey
No artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, dairy, chemical binders or wax.
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