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Bao He Wan
bao he wan


Bao He Wan is a traditional Chinese medicine used for regulation of stomach and entire digestive system. Use it after for overeating or drinking, vomiting or diarrhea, abdominal pain.
Bao He Wan functions include promoting digestion, removing stagnated food regulating the stomach. The herbal formula is used for the retention of food, distension of fullness in the abdomen, eructating foul odor and acid reflux, loss of appetite.

Dosage: 8 pills per time, 3 times per day, contains 200 pills.
Manufacturer: Lanzhou Foci

Xiang Sha Yang Wei Wan
Xiang Sha Yang Wei Wan


Xiang Sha Yang Wei Wan is a natural herbal supplement which enables men and women to eliminate that bloating and distressful feelings of stomach upset.
It is widely used in China for poor digestion due to phlegm-damp, with poor appetite, loose stools or diarrhea, indigestion, acid regurgitation, and nausea. Also useful for dizziness or mental disorders due to stomach phlegm accumulation.
Constantly taken, it will help nourish and strengthen the stomach.

Dosage: 1 baglet (9 grams) each time, 2 times per day, contains 6 baglets Manufacturer: Shanxi Wanglong Pharmaceutical Co.

Hua Zhi Ling Pian
hua zhi ling pian


Hua Zhi Ling Pian is a Chinese medicine for hemorrhoids. Its functions include:
1) Can eliminate the gore in hemorrhoidal vein and help the refluence of hemorrhoidal vein to shrink the hemorrhoids
2) Can extend the crimp hemorrhoidal veins
3) Dispel the hot and toxic to eliminate the swell and pain
4) Blood cooling, astringency, ad anti-inflammation effects
5) Can be used for the treatment of internal and external hemorrhoid Dosage: take 4-6 tablets per time, 3 times a day, contains 72 tablets
Manufacturer: Guangzhou Zhongyi

Sanqi Huazhi Wan
Sanqi Huazhi Wan


Sanqi Huazhi Wan is used for internal hemorrhoids to stop bleeding.
It clears away toxic materials, stops bleeding and alleviates pain.

Dosage: take 3 grams(about 2/5 bottle lid capasity) per time, 3 times a day, contains 30 grams
Manufacturer: Guangzhou Zhongyi

Jinfo Zhitong Wan
jinfo zhitong wan


Jinfo Zhitong Wan is a Chinese herbal medicine used for stomachaches, chronic gastritis, abdominal pain.
Its promotes circulation of vital energy, relive pain, soothe the liver, regulate the stomach

Dosage: 5-10 grams, 2-3 times per day, taken during the pain, bag contains 5 grams, package contains 5 bags.
PRECAUTION: Contraindicated for the pregnant women and menorrhagia
Manufacturer: Guangzhou Zhongyi

Qing Xie Wan
qing xie wan


Qingxie Wan is indicated for cases with retension of heat in the intestines manifested as dyspersia and constipation.
Qingxie Wan clears away heat, lubricate intestines, relieve dyspersia.

Dosage: 5.4 grams(one bag), 1-2 times per day, contains 6 bags
Manufacturer: Guangzhou Zhongyi

Weinaian Capsules


Weinaian capsules are used for chronic gastritis.
Invigorates vital energy, strengthens the spleen, calms the mental state, promotes the circulation of vital energy and blood, relieves inflammation and promotes tissue generation

Dosage: 4 capsules per time, 3 times per day, 36 capsules tablets in one bottle
Manufacturer: Guangzhou Zhongyi

Shu Gan Wan
buy Shu Gan Wan, chinese medicine for gastritis


Shu Gan Wan improves digestion, regulates the liver clearing stagnation of liver function. Use it if you have digestive disorders associated with liver imbalances, also caused by stress.

Symptoms include abdominal distention and pain, nausea, belching, poor appetite, gas, and loose stools, fullness and distention in the chest and hypochondrium, stomachache, gastric upset and vomiting, eructation and acid regurgitation.

Dosage: 6 pills per time, 2-3 times per day, contains 200 pills
Manufacturer: Lanzhou Foci

Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan
chinese medicine for stomach


Xiang Sha Liu Jun Wan is effective for treatment of acute cases of digestive imbalances with nausea, vomiting, and distention. It is especially appropriate for people who are pale, weak, and qi deficient with accompanying digestive weakness.

Use it for poor appetite, loose stools or diarrhea, indigestion, nausea, and morning sickness. Traditionally used to build physical stamina in children.

Dosage: 6-9 grams per time, 2-3 times a day before meals, contains 60 grams
Manufacturer: Hubei Xingrentang

Huang Lian Su Pian


Huang Lian Su Pian is a very helpful if you are traveling to the countries with poor water quality and low level of sanitation or just camping.

This formula is effective in inhibiting the bacterias that cause acute diarrhea and dysentery. Researches in China has shown this herb to have similar action to a broad spectrum antibiotic.
It also clears the body from toxins and reduces inflammation.

Dosage: one time 4 tablets, 3 times per day, contains 100 tablets.

Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Wan


Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Wan or Traditional Chinese Patchouli Medicine commonly used to treat patients suffering from summer colds, flu, and gastrointestinal disorders due to seasonal dampness. It functions by regulating the Qi, eliminating dampness and expelling wind and cold.

Symptoms that can be associated with these conditions are: fevers, chills, nausea, diarrhea, reduced appetite, bloating, gastrointestinal discomfort. Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Wan is listed in "Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tai Ping Era", Imperial Medical Department, 1078-1085.AD

Dosage: 6 baglets, one baglet for oral use, twice daily
Manufacturer: Guangzhou ZhongYi Pharmaceutical Co.

Mu Xiang Shun Qi Wan


Mu Xiang Shun Qi Wan recommended to improve weak digestion, is helpful for chronic poor appetite, chest discomfort and abdominal cramps. It regulates stagnant qi in the digestive organs, relieves pain in the stomach and intestines, disperses food stagnation. Even in simple cases of fullness, such as after eating too much or too fast, Mu Xiang Shun Qi Wan can be effective.

Used along with Huang Lian Su, Mu Xiang Shun Qi Wan can be very helpful for traveler's diarrhea and gastrointestinal disorders. It helps promote the flow of vital energy both in the stomach and the intestines, thereby relieving pain and distention and stopping diarrhea.

Dosage: 6-9 g or 1- 1.5 baglets for oral use per time, 2-3 times per day, contains 10 baglets.
Contraindicated for very weak people with dry cough or stomach ulcers, and during pregnancy.
Manufacturer: Shanxi Wanglong Pharmaceutical Co.

Run Chang Wan


Run Chang Wan is a classic constipation formula recorded in 1249 by the herbalist Lee Tung-yuan in his medical treatise Discussion of the Spleen and Stomach. This traditional Chinese remedy is extremely effective in reducing the feeling of being bloated and full.

Run Chang Wan acts as a mild laxative, working both as an intestinal lubricant and a purgative to the large intestine when constipation due to dryness occurs. It is best for constipation due to internal heat or dryness associated with small, hard, and difficult-to-expel stools or a burning sensation.

Dosage: 4 pills each time, 3 times per day, contains 200 pills
Manufacturer: Lanzhou Foci

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Chinese medicine for stomach, gastro-intestinal disorders research

In vitro anti-Helicobacter pylori action of 30 Chinese herbal medicines used to treat ulcer diseases
Yang Li, Chen Xu, Qiang Zhang, Jun Yan Liu and Ren Xiang Tan,
Institute of Functional Biomolecules, State Key Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, PR China
Infection by Helicobacter pylori has been ascertained to be an important etiologic impetus leading usually to chronic active gastritis and gastric ulcer with growing incidences worldwide. Utilizing as the test pathogen a standard and five clinic strains of Helicobacter pylori, the antibacterial action was assessed in vitro with ethanol extracts of 30 Chinese herbal medicines which have been frequently prescribed since ancient times for treating gastritis-like disorders. Among the 30 tested materials, the ethanol extracts of Abrus cantoniensis (Fabaceae), Saussurea lappa (Asteraceae) and Eugenia caryophyllata (Myrtaceae) were strongly inhibitory to all test strains (MICs: 40 μg/ml), and Hippophae rhamnoides (Elaeagnaceae), Fritillaria thunbergii (Liliaceae), Magnolia officinalis and Schisandra chinensis (Magnoliaceae), Corydalis yanhusuo (Papaveraceae), Citrus reticulata (Rutaceae), Bupleurum chinense and Ligusticum chuanxiong (Apiaceae) substantially active with MICs close to 60.0 μg/ml. As to antibacterial actions of the aqueous extracts of the same drugs, those derived from Cassia obtusifolia (Fabaceae), Fritillaria thunbergii and Eugenia caryophyllata were remarkably inhibitory against all the six Helicobacter pylori strains (MICs: 60 μg/ml). The work compared almost quantitatively the magnitude of the anti-Helicobacter pylori actions of the 30 most prescribed gastritis-treating Chinese herbal drugs, and located as well some source plants where potent anti-Helicobacter pylori phytochemicals could be characterized. Anti-diarrheal effect of Galla Chinensis on the Escherichia coli heat-labile enterotoxin and ganglioside interaction
Jaw-Chyun Chena, Tin-Yun Hob, Yuan-Shiun Changa, Shih-Lu Wuc and Chien-Yun Hsiangd, ,
aGraduate Institute of Chinese Pharmaceutical Sciences, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
bMolecular Biology Laboratory, Graduate Institute of Chinese Medical Science, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
cDepartment of Biochemistry, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
dDepartment of Microbiology, China Medical University, 91 Hsueh-Shih Road, Taichung 404, Taiwan
Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is the most frequently isolated enteropathogen, accounting for approximately 210 million diarrhea episodes annually. ETEC-induced diarrhea is initiated by the binding of B subunit of heat-labile enterotoxin (LTB) to the ganglioside GM1 on the surface of intestinal epithelial cell. Therefore, we evaluated the inhibitory effects of 297 Chinese medicinal herbs on the LTB and GM1 interaction by GM1-enzyem-linked immunosorbent assay. Galla Chinensis extract (GCE) exhibited anti-LT-induced diarrheal effect in the patent mouse gut assay, with IC50 value of 4.7 ± 1.3 mg/ml. GCE also inhibited the binding of LTB to GM1, suggesting that GCE suppressed the LT-induced fluid accumulation by blocking the binding of LTB to GM1. Furthermore, the ethyl acetate (EA) soluble fraction was the most active fraction of Galla Chinensis that inhibiting the binding of LTB to GM1 with an IC50 value of 153.6 ± 3.4 μg/ml. The major components of the EA fraction should be phenolic derivatives according to a thin-layer chromatography analysis. Gallic acid, the major component of EA fraction, blocked the binding of LTB to GM1, resulting in the suppression of LT-induced diarrhea. In conclusion, these data suggested that Galla Chinensis and gallic acid might be potent drugs for the treatment of LT-induced diarrhea.

Use of a chinese herbal medicine for treatment of hiv-associated pathogen-negative diarrhea
Misha R. Cohen OMD, LACa, Thomas F. Mitchell MPH, b, Peter Bacchetti PHDc, Carroll Child RN, MSCb, Sherrill Crawford RNb, Andrew Gaeddertd and Donald I. Abrams MDb
a Quan Yin Healing Arts Center, San Francisco, CA, USA
b Community Consortium, University of California San Francisco Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA, USA
c Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA
d Health Concerns, Oakland, CA, USA
Background: Diarrhea is a frequent problem among persons with advanced HIV disease. In the absence of treatable pathogens, symptomatic relief is all that is available for current therapy. As a result, many patients with HIV and chronic diarrhea have turned to herbal formulas for treatment. We assessed the effectiveness and safety of a Chinese medicine for stomach disorders (Source Qi) in reducing the number of stools per day related to HIV-associated, pathogen-negative diarrhea. Methods: Sixteen male patients received treatment with Source Qi in an 8-week, open-label study. Patients tested negative for cryptosporidium and other gastrointestinal pathogens, and had chronic diarrhea, defined as having three or more loose stools/day for 14 days (and no other treatable causes for diarrhea). Measurements of diarrhea included numbers of bowel movements/day, abnormal bowel movements/day, and liquid bowel movements/day. Subjects completed daily stool diaries an average of 2 weeks before and up to 8 weeks after starting Source Qi. Paired Wilcoxon tests compared the last week before treatment with each week of treatment. Results: There was a reduction in average number of stools/day in each week of treatment ( 0.2 to 0.8), except week 1 (+0.1), with improvements in weeks 2–6 approaching or reaching statistical significance . Conclusions: A modest but sustained decrease in average number of stools/day was observed in patients with HIV-associated, pathogen-negative diarrhea. The entry criteria, 2-week run-in period, lack of benefit in week 1, and sustained benefit thereafter all suggest that the improvement was not due to bias.

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