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Help to Stop Vomiting in Babies – Wu Ling Tea 6g x 15


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Availability:   Usually ships the next business day.
Weights:   100  grams
Sale Price:   $12.95


This is a patent herbal remedy based on the classical recipe "Wu Ling San(Tea)" (Powder of Five Ingredient Containing Poria) in TCM originally appeared in Shang Han Lun (Treatise on Exogenous Febrile Diseases) by Zhang Zhongjing, which is primarily used for:

  • inducing diuresis,
  • eliminating dampness,
  • warming yang and promoting qi function,
  • in cases of syndrome of fluid retention in the interior,
    marked by edema, diarrhea, dysuria,
  • pale tongue with glossy whitish fur, soft pulse.

Infantile vomiting of milk, Vomiting in babies: it was one of cases of syndrome of fluid retention in the interior. Wu Ling Tea quickly helps to solute the fluid retention, then vomiting will stop.


Main Functions:
Use for helping edema, heaviness sensation in limbs, oliguria, vomiting after drinking water, frequent watery diarrhea due to retention of fluid.

  1. Accumulation of cold water in the Lower Jiao, possibly with external Wind Cold: Difficult urination, fever, irritability, strong thirst with vomiting after drinking, and headache;
  2. Spleen Qi deficiency causing internal accumulation of water and dampness: General muscle and skin edema with a sensation of heaviness, difficult urination, diarrhea, and vomiting.
  3. Accumulation of fluids in the Lower Jiao (Tai Yin Syndrome): A pulsing or throbbing sensation below the umbilicus, frothy saliva, dizziness, vertigo, shortness of breath, and coughing. It is applicable to edema from nephritis and cirrhosis, acute enteritis, uroschesis, hydrocephalus and others, which pertain to fluid-retention and dampness in the interior. *


1.  Gui Zhi (Cinnamon Twig, Cassia Twig)

  • Adjusts the Ying and Wei Levels
  • Warms the Channels and Collaterals
  • Promotes Blood Circulation

2. Ze Xie (Water Plantain Rhizome, Alisma)

  • Promotes Urination and Drains Damp

3. Bai Zhu (White Atractylodes Rhizome)

  • activating the spleen, removing damp
  • Tonifies the Spleen and Supplements the Qi, Dries Dampness, Moves and Transforms Water Accumulation,
  • Strengthens the Wei Qi and Stops Sweating , tonify spleen, promotes urination

4. Fu Ling (Sclerotium of Tuckahoe, China Root, Poria, Hoelen)

  • Drains Dampness and Reduces Swelling, Promotes Urination, Transforms Phlegm, tonify spleen, promote urination, drains dampness

5. Zhu Ling (Polyporus Sclerotium)

  • Promotes Urination and Drains Damp


  • Promotes urination,
  • drains damp,
  • strengthens the Spleen,
  • warms the Yang and promotes transformation of Bladder Qi.

6 grams/bag, 15 bags/package


Take 1 tea bag in the cup, add boiling water 100-200ml, and soak for 5mins, wait the water temperature to warm, and then drink.    

One Tea Bag for one day

Store in a cool dry place
Avoid use during pregnancy

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 07 September, 2015.
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