Strengthening Qi since 1251 A. D.
TCM Therapeutic Actions: Tonifies Middle Warmer Qi; raises Yang; adjusts and fortifies Spleen and Stomach.
TCM Indications: Fatigue, stomach and spleen Qi deficiency, chronic low fever, organ prolapse, chronic bleeding, chromic diarrhea, other chronic disorders; recovery after illness or operation, with the symptoms of fever with perspiration; also for headache with aversion to cold, thirst with desire for hot drink, short breath and disinclination to talk, and loss of appetite, lassitude of the extremities.
Modern Indications: hypotension, chronic headache, functional disturbance of the vegetative nerve, chronic gastroenteritis, myasthenia gravis, gastroatonia, prolapsed rectum or uterus, floating kidney, chronic bleeding, postpartum subinvolution of the uterus, menorrhagia, allergic purpura,
Comments: This famous classical formula addresses any physical condition related to or due to Stomach and Spleen deficiency, like insomnia or side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.
Spleen - SP-001
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