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Plum Flower Teapills

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Herbal Information on Curing Pills in Stick Pack Form

Common Name:   Curing Pills, Digestive Relief Pills

Pin Yin Name:   Kang Ning Wan

Other Ingredients:  Hydrated magnesium silicate, Activated carbon, China wax

Ingredients by Pin Yin Name:   Fu ling, Yi yi ren, Huo xiang, Hou po, Bai zhi, Shen qu, Cang zhu, Mu xiang, Ge gen, Gu ya, Tian hua fen, Ju hua, Ju hong, Tian ma, Bo he.

Ingredients by Botanical Name:  Poria cocos fungus, Coix lacryma jobi seed, Pogostemon cablin herb, Magnolia officinalis bark, Angelica dahurica root, Massa fermenta, Atractylodes lancea rhizome, Aucklandia lappa root, Pueraria lobata root, Setaria italica fruit, Trichosanthes kirilowii root, Chrysanthemum morifolium flower, Citrus rubrum peel, Gastrodia elata rhizome, Mentha haplocalyx herb.

Package Size:   Pack of 10 Sticks

Dosage: Dosage on Packet States 1 packet, 3 x per day as needed. Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.

Origin: China

Brand: Plum Flower

Warning:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

Allergens:  Contains tree nuts & wheat. The ingredient Shen Qu (Massa fermenta) is processed with wheat and may contain gluten proteins.

California Prop 65

herbal information on FormulasBenefits of Curing Pills

  • Benefits Digestion
  • Natural Digestive Relief
  • Dries Dampness
  • Supports Spleen
  • Eliminates Food Stagnation
  • Regulates Qi
  • Support Healthy Digestive System 
  • Temporary Relief of Nausea

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Herb Function of Curing Pills

Fu Ling - Poria cocos sclerotium:  Transforms phlegm, but tonifies the Spleen 

Yi Yi Ren - Coix lacryma jobi seed: Tonifies the Spleen, Resolves Dampness

Guang huo xiang - Pogostemon cablin herb: Clearing dampness, and dispelling cold

Hou po - Magnolia officinalis bark: Promote gastrointestinal motility and improve bowel function

Bai zhi - Angelica dahurica root:  Benefits stomach and large intestine

Shen qu - Massa fermenta:  Aids in the digestion of meats, fatty foods, alcohol, and carbohydrates.

Cang zhu - Atractylodes lancea rhizome:  Relieves Dampness and tonifies the Spleen      

Mu xiang - Aucklandia lappa root:    Adjusts and regulates stagnant Qi in the Intestines, Strengthens the Spleen and prevents Stagnation

Ge gen - Pueraria lobata root:    Relieves Heat and generates fluids, Raises Spleen Yang and stops diarrhea

Gu ya - Setaria italica fruit:     Food Stagnation due to undigested starchy foods

Tian hua fen - Trichosanthes kirilowii root:   Drains Heat and generates Fluids

Ju hua -Chrysanthemum morifolium flower:   Calms Liver Yang and extinguishes Wind

Ju hong - Citrus reticulata exocarp:      Dispel damp and phlegm from food stagnation  

Tian ma - Gastrodia elata rhizome:     Relieves Spasms, and Harmonizes the Liver

Bo he - Mentha haplocalyx herb:     Relieves Liver Qi Stagnation with pressure in the chest or flanks


About Teapills

Teapills (sometimes spelled tea pills) are one of the best ways to take your alternative medicine easily. There is no need to brew or decoct the tea mixture. The teapills are convenient to use, and you don't have to brew tea for hours. The teapills are convenient and can be easily taken with you in a purse or pocket. The typical recommended dosage is 8 teapills, three times daily. Make sure you check with your naturopathic doctor, physician, or herbalist before starting a new teapill regimen.

Teapills are usually taken with room temperature water right before a meal. If you have a sensitive stomach, you may find that you will need to take the teapills with a meal. The small pills are easy to swallow. Do remember though, these are herbs and at times the herbs are bitter, so you may taste a bit of bitterness when you are swallowing the small, pea-sized pill.

 

About Plum Flower Teapills                                      

Plum Flower is an established worldwide manufacturer of high-quality Chinese herbs, and innovative Chinese medicinal herbs and products. Plum Flower uses sulfur-free herbs and laboratory tests its products for contamination and heavy metals, such as mercury, lead, and pesticides.                                      

Chinese Traditional herbs should be regarded as an added feature to modern western healthcare, and not as a replacement. Chinese traditional herbs (Teas) emphasize harmony, and balance. 

 

References:
https://theqiflow.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/5-chinese-herbal-remedies-that-should-be-in-your-medicine-cabinet/

https://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/natural-medicine/chinese/traditional-chinese-medicine-for-the-digestive-system5.htm

 

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    Herbal Information on Curing Pills in Stick Pack Form

    Common Name:   Curing Pills, Digestive Relief Pills

    Pin Yin Name:   Kang Ning Wan

    Other Ingredients:  Hydrated magnesium silicate, Activated carbon, China wax

    Ingredients by Pin Yin Name:   Fu ling, Yi yi ren, Huo xiang, Hou po, Bai zhi, Shen qu, Cang zhu, Mu xiang, Ge gen, Gu ya, Tian hua fen, Ju hua, Ju hong, Tian ma, Bo he.

    Ingredients by Botanical Name:  Poria cocos fungus, Coix lacryma jobi seed, Pogostemon cablin herb, Magnolia officinalis bark, Angelica dahurica root, Massa fermenta, Atractylodes lancea rhizome, Aucklandia lappa root, Pueraria lobata root, Setaria italica fruit, Trichosanthes kirilowii root, Chrysanthemum morifolium flower, Citrus rubrum peel, Gastrodia elata rhizome, Mentha haplocalyx herb.

    Package Size:   Pack of 10 Sticks

    Dosage: Dosage on Packet States 1 packet, 3 x per day as needed. Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.

    Origin: China

    Brand: Plum Flower

    Warning:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

    Allergens:  Contains tree nuts & wheat. The ingredient Shen Qu (Massa fermenta) is processed with wheat and may contain gluten proteins.

    California Prop 65

    herbal information on FormulasBenefits of Curing Pills

    • Benefits Digestion
    • Natural Digestive Relief
    • Dries Dampness
    • Supports Spleen
    • Eliminates Food Stagnation
    • Regulates Qi
    • Support Healthy Digestive System 
    • Temporary Relief of Nausea

    blue-bar1.jpg 

    Herb Function of Curing Pills

    Fu Ling - Poria cocos sclerotium:  Transforms phlegm, but tonifies the Spleen 

    Yi Yi Ren - Coix lacryma jobi seed: Tonifies the Spleen, Resolves Dampness

    Guang huo xiang - Pogostemon cablin herb: Clearing dampness, and dispelling cold

    Hou po - Magnolia officinalis bark: Promote gastrointestinal motility and improve bowel function

    Bai zhi - Angelica dahurica root:  Benefits stomach and large intestine

    Shen qu - Massa fermenta:  Aids in the digestion of meats, fatty foods, alcohol, and carbohydrates.

    Cang zhu - Atractylodes lancea rhizome:  Relieves Dampness and tonifies the Spleen      

    Mu xiang - Aucklandia lappa root:    Adjusts and regulates stagnant Qi in the Intestines, Strengthens the Spleen and prevents Stagnation

    Ge gen - Pueraria lobata root:    Relieves Heat and generates fluids, Raises Spleen Yang and stops diarrhea

    Gu ya - Setaria italica fruit:     Food Stagnation due to undigested starchy foods

    Tian hua fen - Trichosanthes kirilowii root:   Drains Heat and generates Fluids

    Ju hua -Chrysanthemum morifolium flower:   Calms Liver Yang and extinguishes Wind

    Ju hong - Citrus reticulata exocarp:      Dispel damp and phlegm from food stagnation  

    Tian ma - Gastrodia elata rhizome:     Relieves Spasms, and Harmonizes the Liver

    Bo he - Mentha haplocalyx herb:     Relieves Liver Qi Stagnation with pressure in the chest or flanks


    About Teapills

    Teapills (sometimes spelled tea pills) are one of the best ways to take your alternative medicine easily. There is no need to brew or decoct the tea mixture. The teapills are convenient to use, and you don't have to brew tea for hours. The teapills are convenient and can be easily taken with you in a purse or pocket. The typical recommended dosage is 8 teapills, three times daily. Make sure you check with your naturopathic doctor, physician, or herbalist before starting a new teapill regimen.

    Teapills are usually taken with room temperature water right before a meal. If you have a sensitive stomach, you may find that you will need to take the teapills with a meal. The small pills are easy to swallow. Do remember though, these are herbs and at times the herbs are bitter, so you may taste a bit of bitterness when you are swallowing the small, pea-sized pill.

     

    About Plum Flower Teapills                                      

    Plum Flower is an established worldwide manufacturer of high-quality Chinese herbs, and innovative Chinese medicinal herbs and products. Plum Flower uses sulfur-free herbs and laboratory tests its products for contamination and heavy metals, such as mercury, lead, and pesticides.                                      

    Chinese Traditional herbs should be regarded as an added feature to modern western healthcare, and not as a replacement. Chinese traditional herbs (Teas) emphasize harmony, and balance. 

     

    References:
    https://theqiflow.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/5-chinese-herbal-remedies-that-should-be-in-your-medicine-cabinet/

    https://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/natural-medicine/chinese/traditional-chinese-medicine-for-the-digestive-system5.htm

     

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