If you have: a weak digestive process, decreased appetite, feel malnourished, a low immune system, signs of fatigue, chronic loose stools or diarrhea, bruise easily, excess phlegm, low to no muscle tone or chronic indigestion you may be suffering from Spleen Qi Deficiency.
ChenXia LiuJunZi Wan could help you to improve Stomach Energy, reduce the feeling of Poor Appetite, Abdominal Distension,etc.
Chenxia Liujunzi Wan works by tonifying Spleen Qi, transforms dampness, expels phlegm, and descends Stomach Qi.
It should be noted that the consumption of cold liquids and raw, cold foods have been linked to Spleen Qi Deficiency.
Since your Spleen Organ System requires warmth and dryness to function properly, a standard reduction or avoidance in relation to a cold, raw diet may be of assistance.
The use of the Chenxia Liujunzi Wan can help in warming your Spleen Organ System by increasing your appetite and moving both blocked Qi and phlegm [sometimes considered one in the same].
Decreasing by transforming the amount of phlegm in your body and correcting water metabolism may help to correct health at the cellular level relieving cellular stress and increasing the immune levels of your body such as with anti-body, leukocyte and lymphocyte production.
Balancing your body's correct use and excretion of water is paramount as seen through the eyes of Chinese Medicine.
Spleen Organ System is responsible for keeping Blood within your systemic/vascular system, creating a lifting energy of your body while descending the Stomach Qi for proper digestion.
This will translate to assisting to all our your internal organ systems including: the rectum, urinary bladder and uterus [improving incontinence] and the thinking, concentration and memory processes by properly transforming fluids.
Their have been volumes written on the Spleen Organ System as pertaining to the Chinese Medicine perspective. The Golden Triangle being Qi creation, Blood formation/transportation and proper Water distribution starts with the health of your Spleen Organ System.
The Spleen governs and controls your muscle growth and strength which makes total sense as muscle fibers need to be filled with a sufficient amount of healthy Blood to nourish them.
- revitalizes the Qi;
- strengthens the Spleen and Stomach;
- resolves Phlegm and Dampness;
- helps stop vomiting.
It is used to help a person with Deficiency of the Spleen and Stomach and who also has the accumulation of Phlegm and Dampness.
Related symptoms are:
- reduced appetite;
- gastrointestinal weakness;
- taking in less food;
- easily fatigued;
- acid regurgitation;
- fullness and distention in the chest and epigastric regions;
- difficulty breathing;
- coughing with profuse, thin, and white sputum;
- watery diarrhea.
Tongue is generally pale with a white and greasy coating.
Pulse is usually weak and slippery.
Possible Eastern Presentations
Chinese Medicine pulse diagnostic may present as: thin, weak, deficient, slippery, soft
Chinese Medicine tongue diagnostic may present as: pale, teethmarks, with a thick greasy white coat
Possible Western Applications
Chenxia Liujunzi Wan may assist with biomedical problems such as:
peptic ulcer disease,
gastroesophageal reflux disease,
irritable bowel syndrome,
chronic post-nasal drip,
chronic sinus congestion,
attention deficit disorder
Codonopsis pilosula root (Dang shen), tonify lung and spleen Qi
Atractylodes macrocephala rhizome (Bai zhu), tonify spleen Qi
Poria cocos fungus (Fu ling), tonify spleen Qi and dry dampness
Citrus reticulata peel (Chen pi), promotes movement of Qi, strengthen spleen
Pinellia ternata rhizome (Ban xia), dries dampness, clears phlegm
Glycyrrhiza uralensis root (Gan cao), tonify Qi, harmonize
60 grams per bottle
Direction for Use:
Orally, 6 grams per time, 2-3 time per day
one course: 3 bottles, about 15 days.
- Keep out of Children
- Store in a cool and dry plan
- Avoid use during pregnacy
- Contraindicated during the early stages of acute illness such as cold and flu, or during an acute infection.
- Contraindicated for conditions due to Yin deficiency or excess heat.
- May be used long-term for several weeks to several months.
- May be used over the course of several years.
- Not suitable for atrophic gastritis
- Forbidden: fat food, acridity food, non-digestible food
Faqs about Chenxia Liujunzi Wan
1. Increase Stomach Energy = improve Spleen Qi Deficiency?
A: in TCM views, stomach performing function of receiving food and governs descending the turbid, Spleen sends nutrients upward. In normal status, stomach was down, and spleen was up.
If stomach down function was abnormal, then spleen's up funciton was abnormal too.
So, increase stomach energy (help stomach function normal) = improve spleen function.
2. What cause stomach energy weak ?
A: Stomach and spleen could be see a engine. Stomach like engine exhaust, spleen like engine output.
If engine exhaust was blocked, then engine output was down.
And if engine use fuel with water (phlegm,dampness), then engine output was down too.
So, without phlegm, dampness, stomach exhaust ok, then stomach will be output the good power.
3. Why stomach energy weak cause so many related symptoms?
A: same as engine.
engine output poor, then the whole body will no power (easily fatigued); engine exhaust abnormal, then inlet abnormal too (reduced appetite); inadequacy burning (acid regurgitation); stomach down function weak, then lung down function abnormal too (fullness and distention in the chest and epigastric regions); etc.
4. What cause stomach weak?
A: overwork, too much drinking, moist environment, and body aging will cause stomach weak.
5. Why may be used Long-term for several weeks to several months, over the course of several years?
A: engine need daily maintenance. Same as our body engine: stomach and spleen.
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Demo Video (about 30 mins long)