About StomachForte

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  • Digestive system plays a very important role in the body, it produces energy and nutrients for total body, excretes wastes to keep total body working properly. There are about 50% adults in the world are suffering different degree of digestive problems, and only in America, about 70 million Americans are diagnosed with a digestive disorder each year. With digestive disorders, people can't get good nutrients and enough energy for the body, and this will bring many other complications.
  • StomachForte is created for protecting stomach and fixing digestive disorders on the basis of ancient formula which has been used for thousands of years. StomachForte contains Radix Pseudostellariae(Tai Zi Shen), White Atractylodes Rhizome(Bai Zhu), Poria Alba(Bai Fu Ling), Radix Liquiritiae(Zhi Gan Cao), Chinese Yam(Wei Shan Yao), Semen Dolichoris(Bai Bian Dou), Lotus Seed(Lian Zi), Semen Coicis(Yi Yi Ren), Fructus Amomi(Sha Ren), Platycodon Grandiflorum(Jie Geng).
  • The first herb, Tai Zi Shen, is a strong qi(energy) tonic. As the chief herb in the formula, Tai Zi Shen strongly tonifies yuan qi(energy), strengthens the spleen and stomach, and helps with yang deficiency to benefit the kidneys. Tai Zi Shen is used for serious or generalized weakness, fatigue, weak labored breathing, and a number of other symptoms that point to a significant degree of fatigue or lack of energy in the body.
  • The second herb, Bai Zhu, the white form of Atractylodes Rhizome is a strong spleen tonic that supplements qi(energy) and combats both problems with digestion (from its associaation with the spleen) as well as issues with fatigue, poor apetitie, shortness of breath, and weakenss. Bai Zhu also strengthens the wei(stomach) qi(energy) that corresponds in part to the bodys immune system and enhances its ability to fight off external pathogens. Lastly, Bai Zhu dries excess dampness, primarily from spleen malfunction.
  • The third herb, Bai Fu Ling (Poria) is a white crusty fungus that grows on trees--it is essentially a mushroom. It is not surprising from its pourous look and feel that Fu Ling excels at draining dampness and reducing associated swelling to break up states of phlegm (a highly congealed form of dampness). Bai Fu Ling, along with the other herbs discussed, is a qi tonic used in some cases to combat dizziness, and carries some of the benefits that other types of mushroom-like fungi boast. Bai Fu Ling has a neutral property to it, giving it a versatility to be used in cooling or warming formulas. Additionally,Bai Fu Ling can also be an important herb to aid in drying up and pushing out waste that is produced where blood or other fluids have pooled under the skin due to injury.
  • The fourth herb, Zhi Gan Cao is the honey-fried Licorice root. Zhi Gan Cao is a Qi tonic, most specifically Spleen Qi. While Zhi gan Cao is a Qi tonic at its core, it also servers other functions. One for which it has notable mention is this roots ability to "harmonize" the function of other herbs in the formula.
  • The fifth herb, Wei Shan Yao is Wheat Flour Stir Fried Chinese Yam root. Wei Shan Yao is used as tonics for spleen and stomach. Lack of appetite and/or chronic diarrhea or vaginal yeast infection with pixu (spleen deficiency) syndrome, spermatorrhea and frequent urination due to shenxu (kidney deficient), chronic cough or wheezing, abundance of phlegm due to lung deficiency, fatigue, spontaneous sweating and lack of appetite . Used in thirst and wasting (as in diabetes) with qixu (qi deficiency) and yinxu (yin deficiency) syndrome. Tonic for kidney yin and kidney yang.
    Medical functions:Promotes urination; Inhibit gastric emptying; Lower blood sugar; Lower blood pressure; Antibiotic; Anti-inflammatory; Improves digestive system.
  • The sixth herb, Bai Bian Dou is Semen Dolichoris seeds. Wei Shan Yao is used as tonics for spleen and stomach. Lack of appetite and/or chronic diarrhea or vaginal yeast infection with pixu (spleen deficiency) syndrome, spermatorrhea and frequent urination due to shenxu (kidney deficient) ﹐chronic cough or wheezing, abundance of phlegm due to lung deficiency, fatigue, spontaneous sweating and lack of appetite. Used in thirst and wasting (as in diabetes) with qixu (qi deficiency) and yinxu (yin deficiency) syndrome. Tonic for kidney yin and kidney yang.
  • The seventh herb, Lian Zi is Lotus seeds. Properties: Sweet, astringent in flavour, neutral in nature, it is tropistic to the spleen, kidney and heart channels. Being sweet in flavour, it functions in reinforcing the spleen and the kidney, and as an astringent, it can astringe the lower-jiao. Thus, it serves to treat deficiency of the spleen and the kidney, and weak lower-jiao manifested as chronic diarrhea, spermatorrhea, leukorrhea. It and Semen Euryales are similar in action and are used often in combination. In addition, this herb can nourish the heart and tranquilize the mind to treat palpitation and insomnia due to insufficiency of Qi and blood.
  • The eighth herb, Yi Yi Ren is Semen Coicis seeds. Nature: Slightly cold. Taste: Sweet, insipid. Organ: Spleen, Stomach, Lungs, Large Intestine. Toxicity: Non toxic. For improving digestion, enhancing the lung function, ridding of bacterial or fungal infection, arresting pain and itchiness. For treatment of spastic muscles, arthritis pain in joints and muscular rigidity. beri-beri and edema, vagina yeast infection, stones in the urinary tract, neualgia, difficulty in urination, lung abscess, gonorrhea, restless leg syndrome. Use raw yi yi ren for infection. Use stir fried yi yi ren for improving digestion.
  • The ninth herb, Sha Ren is Fructus Amomi seeds. It acts chiefly on spleen and stomach channels, hence is one of the important drugs for dispelling dampness, enlivening the spleen, promoting Qi flow and normalizing the functions of spleen and stomach. It is often indicated for the syndromes of dampness retention in the middle-jiao, abdominal pain, distention, vomiting, stagnation of spleen-and stomach-qi. In addition, it also has miscarriage preventing action by promoting circulation of Qi. Besides, it can also be used to treat diarrhea caused by cold-dampness.
  • The tenth herb, Jie Geng is Platycodon Grandiflorum root. Jie Geng is used to open and disseminate the lung Qi, dispel phlegm and improve throat health. It is used to treat cough or wheezing with profuse phlegm, sore throats, loss of voice or hoarseness.
  • The above herbs make StomachForte have great benefits for patients:
    1. Help to relieve stomach pain;
    2. Help to fix and protect gastric mucosa;
    3. Help to enhance gastric motility;
    4. Help to promote digestive and absorptive functions;
    5. Help to enhance intestinal immune system;
    6. Help to adjust intestine hormones and DNA nucleotide synthesis;
    7. Help to adjust the hypothalamic neurotransmitter-thyroid axis;
    8. Help to anti cancer, fatigue and anoxia.

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