Source Qi

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    Product Description

    Therapeutic Actions::

    Diarrhea accompanied by sinking of Source Qi, extreme deficiency of the
    spleen/stomach, prolapse of the anus, loss of appetite, food not being digested,
    fluids not being absorbed and Passing straight through, extreme thirst, insufficient
    fluids, weight loss and wasting of the limbs, fever and chills
    Source Qi, may be taken for any type of chronic deficiency-cold diarrhea for
    which stomach/spleen injury is present. This formula was developed based on
    the treatment of cryptosporidiosis, a parasitic disease affecting AIDS patients,
    and which typically causes watery diarrhea, fatigue, loss of weight, and poor
    appetite. However, the formula may be used for other deficiency-cold chronic
    diarrhea conditions, such as those associated with Crohn?s disease, other parasite
    infestations, or chronic viral or bacterial infections
    Chinese Therapeutic Effects
    Strengthen the spleen/stomach Astringe the fluids
    Increase digestive functions Tonify the Qi

    Additional Formulas
    ? Consider Six Gentlemen when less warming is desired or with loose stools
    ? Consider Colostroplex for diarrhea with heat signs or as an adjunct to Source Qi for diarrhea
    with cold signs
    ? For acute diarrhea, with hot signs consider Colostroplex, Isatis Cooling and Formula H
    ? Quiet Digestion and Chzyme will improve the assimilation of Source Qi

    Product Details

    Size270 tablets
    Ingredients: Chun Bai Pi (Ailanthes cortex) ; Huang Qi (Baked Astragalus root) ; Bai Ren Shen (White Ginseng root) ; Bai Zhu (White Atractylodes rhizome) ; Cang Zhu (Red Atractylodes rhizome) ; Fu Ling (Poria sclerotium) ; Shan Yao (Dioscorea root) ; Lian Rou (Lotus seed) ; Qian Shi (Euryale seed) ; Sheng Ma (Cimicifuga rhizome) ; Chai Hu (Fried Bupleurum root) ; Gan Jiang (Charcoaled Ginger rhizome) ; Rou Dou Kou (Nutmeg seed) ; Zhi Gan Cao (Baked Licorice root) ; Shen Qu (Shen Qu extract)


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