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Baohe Wan
bao he wan


Chinese name:
Baohe Wan
Hawthorne Berry, Pinellia root, Fermented leaven, Tuckahoe, Tangerine Peel, Forsythia fruit, Wheat sprouts, Radish seed
Food stagnation, focal distention, vomiting, belching, acid regurgitation, loss of appetite, constipation, diarrhea, stomachache due to damp stagnation, indigestion
Harmonizes the stomach, reduces food stagnation, promotes digestion regulating stomach
8 pills per time, 3 times per day, contains 200 pills.
Lanzhou Foci
Baohe 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.

Baohe 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.

It is also used for coordination between the spleen and stomach, stomachache due to damp stagnation lying hidden, indigestion, oppression and depression over the chest and diarrhea due to hypofunction of the spleen.

In China many people keep it at home in first aid kit or in car when traveling. Bao He Wan was originally created by Master Zhu Dan-Xi in 1481 A.D. Suitable for both adults and children.

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Baohe Wan Medicine Researches

Optimization of the extraction process in the traditional preparation of Baohe Wan
Yu HY, Liu ZQ, Yao YF.
Department of Pharmacy, Guangzhou Hexian Memorial Hospital, Guangzhou 511400, China.
OBJECTIVE: To study the extraction process for reforming the traditional preparation process of Baohe Wan. METHOD: Using the recovery rate of total flavonoids of Baohe Wan and pharmacodynamic effects as indices, different extraction processes were compared. RESULTS: Supercritical carbon dioxide fluid extraction combined with water extraction was optimal for the extraction, and the extract prepared by the new process was pharmacodynamically more potent than the original Baohe Wan, as demonstrated by the rate of carbon powder moving in the small intestine and stomach emptying rate in mice. CONCLUSION: Supercritical carbon dioxide fluid extraction combined with water extraction is practical for optimizing the preparation of Baohe Wan. Application of Baohe Wan to Treatment of Pneumopathy

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