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Used For Ulcerative Colitis, Hemorrhoids, Crohn's Disease, Celiacs, and Other Digestive Problems - For these problems please also see Slippery Elm

Please note: The descriptions below are from the Traditional Chinese and or "Folk Medicine" use of  herbs provided for information and not intended to replace advice from a medical doctor or to replace any drugs that are FDA approved.

Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan:
Often called the amazing "Central Qi Pill"

This formula is very effective For boosting the lymphatic system by boosting the energy of the spleen (Which is the largest lymphatic organ) In this way it will help help provide the energy for keeping internal organs from sagging, boost the immune system as well as the digestive system, and strengthen the muscles. The Qi is also very dependent on the spleen which is why it can help conquer that tired, weak, run-down feeling.

Please note: Our new  "Plant Cures Classics" (at right) are much stronger meaning you take fewer pills (5 insted of 8) and they are now in tablet form with a fresh rich smell of plant energy. Still 200 pills (small tablets) - Still the same price!

The Western TCM Applications below are quite lengthy but I have seen this "Central Qi" formula at least help with all of the problems mentioned here -digestive, lymphatic, and muscular.

For digestive problems, this formula has been used for gastric prolapse, hemorrhoids, hiatal hernia, chronic colitis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, celiac disease, and chronic hepatitis.

For muscle problems it is used for muscle atrophy, fribromyalgia
and even multiple sclerosis  and much more!

For lymphatc weakness take this formula and also do a lot of bouncing/stepping excercises such as with a trampoline

Here is something to look for: When one needs this formula, the tongue can look pale with very prominent teethmarks showing.  It may have a thin white coat also.

If you are a TCM practitioner, the pulse will often feel deficient and rootless at the Stomach/Spleen position on the right hand.

Here is some exciting new information about TCM herbs and multiple sclerosis  

Whenever a deceased MS-patient’s brain is autopsied, Borrelia Burgdorferi spirochetes are found. MS responds positively to TCM antibiotic herb protocols that penetrate the blood-brain barrier. One of these protocols uses “Clear Toxic Fire” used against Lyme Disease (Another disease caused by the same Borrelia Burgdorferi spirochete) This formula is combined with the classic TCM formula known as Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan (The Central Qi Pill) Just do the Lyme Disease protocol found here and combine it with Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan but take them about an hour away from each other.

Be sure to add Corydalis Extract for pain and If the pain or numbness is mostly in the legs (As it often is in M.S.) we also strongly suggest adding 1/4 teaspoon of Achyranthes Root 5:1 Extract Powder sold in 50 Gram bottles - Order below (Sorry, no pictures of this product yet) This is amazing stuff to take the herbal energy right to the legs!

Ingredients in Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan:
Astragalus membranaceus root, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root, Codonopsis pilosula root, Atractylodes macrocephala rhizome, Angelica sinensis root, Cimicifuga foetida rhizome, Bupleurum chinense root, Citrus reticulata peel, Ziziphus jujuba fruit, Zingiber officinale rhizome-fresh. - Chinese names: Huang qi, Gan cao, Dang shen, Bai zhu, Dang gui, Sheng ma, Chai hu, Chen pi, Da zao, Sheng jiang.

1 Bottle Bu Zhong $19.95
Bu Zhong 4 Pac $64.80- You Save $15.00!
Achyranthes Root 5:1 Extract Powder 50 gram bottle $24.95