Zhong Yi Qi Pian
Qi since 1251 A. D.
Therapeutic Actions: Tonifies Middle Warmer Qi; raises Yang;
adjusts and fortifies Spleen and Stomach.
Indications: Fatigue, stomach and spleen Qi deficiency,
chronic low fever, organ prolapse, chronic bleeding, chromic diarrhea,
other chronic disorders; recovery after illness or operation, with
the symptoms of fever with perspiration; also for headache with
aversion to cold, thirst with desire for hot drink, short breath
and disinclination to talk, and loss of appetite, lassitude of the
Indications: hypotension, chronic headache,
functional disturbance of the vegetative nerve, chronic gastroenteritis,
myasthenia gravis, gastroatonia, prolapsed rectum or uterus, floating
kidney, chronic bleeding, postpartum subinvolution of the uterus,
menorrhagia, allergic purpura,
This famous classical formula addresses any physical condition related
to or due to Stomach and Spleen deficiency, like insomnia or side
effects of chemotherapy and radiation.