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INDIGESTION

INDIGESTION

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Indigestion, also known as Dyspepsia, is a broad description of several different stomach ailments. Under the indigestion umbrella are conditions such as acid reflux, heartburn, bloating, and gastritis. Essentially, indigestion is the result of consuming too many spicy, fibrous, or fatty foods too quickly. The stomach’s acids become temporarily overwhelmed and the churning liquids may be sent back up through a portion of the esophagus, a process called reflux. This is often called heartburn. Some of the symptoms maybe:

Gastrointestinal disorders

Nausea

Vomiting

Indigestion

Bloating

Belching

Acid reflux

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Herbal Formula for Indigestion

Indigestion, also known as Dyspepsia, is a broad description of several different stomach ailments. Under the indigestion umbrella are conditions such as acid reflux, heartburn, bloating, and gastritis. Essentially, indigestion is the result of consuming too many spicy, fibrous, or fatty foods too quickly. The stomach’s acids become temporarily overwhelmed and the churning liquids may be sent back up through a portion of the esophagus, a process called reflux. This is often called heartburn. Some of the symptoms maybe:

Gastrointestinal disorders

Nausea

Vomiting

Indigestion

Bloating

Belching

Acid reflux

Description of the herbal formula according to Chinese Medicine:

Cang zhu: (Rhizoma Atractylodis) Dries dampness and strengthens the spleen that can lead to epigastria and abdominal fullness and distention, nausea, vomiting, loose stools, and a heavy feelings in the stomach region.

Mai ya: (Fructus Hordei Germinatus) Strengthens the spleen and stomach to enhance their function of transformation and transportation. It is especially effective to promote digestion of starches, such as rice, noodles, wheat, yams and potatoes. It contains many different enzymes to facilitate digestion of starches and carbohydrates.

Lau fu zi: (Semen Raphani) Promotes digestion by treating food stagnation and indigestion typified by epigastria and abdominal fullness and distention, belching, acid reflux and diarrhea.

Shan zha: (Fructus Crataegi) Promotes digestion eliminates food stagnation and is particularly useful against manifestations of epigastria and abdominal fullness, digestion, pain and diarrhea. It is especially effective to promote digestion of red or oily, greasy and fatty foods.

Wu long cha: (Folium Camelia Sinensis) Contains tannic acid that can inhibit the spread of bacteria and therefore neutralize the minor toxins present in many foods. Drinking this tea can kill many of the bacteria and toxins that may cause indigestion.

Shen qu: (Massa Fermentata) Treats poor digestion, food stagnation, poor appetite, borboygmus, diarrhea, abdominal fullness and distention. It is useful when tring to dissolve hard to digest food. Shen qu contains many different enzymes to facilitate digestion of starches and carbohydrates.

Gu ya: (Fructus Setariae Germinatus) Dissolves food stagnation, promotes digestion and harmonizes the middle Jiao. It does not damage the normal qi and thus is preferred for patients with indigestion and poor appetite caused by deficiency.

Huang qi: (Radix Astragali) Tonifies the spleen, augments the qi and is essential in rebuilding the gastrointestinal systems.

Hai piao Xiao: (Endoconcha Sepiae) Neutralizes stomach acid and relieves pain caused by acid regurgitation with burning sensation in the stomach or epigastria pain.

Bai shao: (Radix Paeoniae Alba) Used to neutralize excessive stomach acid and ease heartburn.

Huang qin: (Radix Scutellariae) Clears damp heat and sedates fire in the stomach and intestines. It is also been shown through research to be effective against Helicobacter pylori, a bacteria known to cause gastric ulcers.

Mint: To calm the stomach and eliminate gas.

Lu cha: To help digest food, relieve heartburn and harmonize this formula.

This tea should be taken with each meal or 2-4 times daily.

 

This Formula is not intended to treat, cure or diagnose the above conditions. The information given is strictly according to Chinese Medicine and should be used and prescribed as an herbal supplement.

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