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Bowel borborygmi diarrhea-Shenling baizhu wan


Bowel borborygmi diarrhea is one of symptoms in weak function in lung and spleen. Shenling baizhu wan is a well-known herbal prescription for replenishing qi and strengthening spleen, expelling dampness and stopping diarrhea.

It is used for patients with spleen and stomach qi deficiency, such as inability to digest food, chest and epigastric tightness, bowel sounds and diarrhea, shortness of breath and fatigue, weight loss, and sallow complexion; lung and spleen deficiency The symptoms of cough with dampness include cough with white sputum, tightness in the chest and epigastrium, fatigue, pale complexion, poor appetite, and loose stools.

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Bowel borborygmus and diarrhea, inability to digest food, chest and epigastrium tightness, shortness of breath, mental exhaustion, emaciated, sallow complexion, cough syndrome caused by lung and spleen deficiency and dampness, such as cough with white sputum, mental fatigue and pale complexion, poor appetite and loose stools, etc. those symptoms are manifestations of spleen and stomach qi deficiency syndrome.

In Chinese tradition, Shenling baizhu wan is mostly used for spleen and stomach qi deficiency, maldigestion and absorption, bowel borborygmus and diarrhea; abnormal lifting and lowering of qi, shortness of breath and cough due to spleen and lung qi deficiency, dampness and phlegm, especially in children.

Modern research has confirmed that this prescription has pharmacological effects such as regulating gastrointestinal motility, anti-exhaustion, anti-stress, regulating immunity, regulating blood lipids, etc. It can be used for chronic gastroenteritis, anemia, chronic bronchitis, chronic nephritis, and leucorrhea in women those who are with spleen deficiency and excessive dampness.

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1. Ren shen (panax ginseng)
2. Fu ling (wolfiporia extensa)
3. Bai zhu (Atractylodes macrocephala)
4. Shan yao (Dioscorea oppositifolia )
5. Bai bian dou ( Lablab purpureus )
6. Lian zi (Nelumbo nucifera)
7. Yi yi ren (Coix lacyma-jobi var. ma-yuen)
8. Sha ren ( Amomum villsosum)
9. Jie geng (platycodon grandifiours)

Specification: 250 mg x 120 pills /package


Oral: 6 pills/time, 2 times/day


1. It should not be used with excess heat syndrome;
2. It should not be used by those with diarrhea, anorexia, edema and cough caused by phlegm-heat;
3. It should not be used by those who have diarrhea combined with difficulty in defecation and a feeling of falling in the anus;
4. Because the prescription contains coix seed, traditional experience believes that it has a miscarriage effect, so it should not be used by pregnant women;
5. Avoid fishy, greasy, hard-to-digest, raw and cold foods while taking the medicine;
6. When taking this prescription and its preparations, it is not advisable to take veratrum, Wulingzhi, honey locust or their preparations at the same time;
7. This preparation should not be taken at the same time as cold medicine.
8. Counseling your doctors/practitioner when taking other western prescription.
9. Keep away from children.
10. Pregnant women are prohibited from taking.


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