Qi Supplementing and Blood Nourishing Capsules
Qi supplementing and blood nourishing capsule combines traditional Chinese medicine Dang Shen (Codonopsis Pilosula), Rou Cong Rong (Cistanche deserticola) and Safflower (Carthamus tictorius) with Huang Jing (Polygonatum Sibiricum), clinically demonstrated to nourish kidney-yang, eliminate blood stasis, strengthen QI and support general health and wellbeing. Formulated with Western herb Matricaria Chamomilla for soothing nerves and relieving skin irritability. Qi supplementing and blood nourishing capsule is beneficial during times of Qi insufficiency, Blood stasis and skin irritability.
Made In Australia
120 Hard Capsules
Gluten Free, Egg Free, Dairy Free, Soy Protein Free, Nuts and Seeds Free, Vegan and Vegetarian
Features and benefits
> Maintain and support general health and wellbeing and relieve feeling of weakness
> Helps to tonify blood, and strengthen lung-qi and spleen-qi
> Plays a role in digestive system by improving digestive weakness, relieving diarrhoea and reducing loss of appetite
> Helps to relieve skin irritability and soothe nerves
Each vegetable capsule contains extracts equivalent to dry:
Matricaria chamomilla (flower) 600mg
Codonopsis pilosula (root) 850mg
Polygonatum sibiricum (rhizome) 400mg
Cistanche deserticola (stem) 400mg
Carthamus tinctorius (flower) 200mg
Adult DOSAGE- Take 4 capsules 3 times daily, with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
> Do not use if cap seal is broken.
> Do not use if pregnant or likely to become pregnant. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
> Talk to your practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.
Dang Shen (Codonopsis pilosula) is traditionally used in Chinese medicine to relieve fatigue and strengthen Qi, nourish blood, replenish lungs, nourish spleen-qi and support general wellbeing.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine relieve flatulence, improve degestive weekness, relieve irritablity and support general health and wellbeing.
Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) is used in traditional Chinese medicine to eliminate blood stasis, invigorate blood and to relieve pain.
Huang jing (Polygonatum sibiricum) helps to nourish stomach-yin. Stomach-yin is also called nutritive yin which originates from the pure part of cereal essence transformed by the spleen and stomach and bears responsibility for the blood production and the nutrition of the whole body.
Rou Cong Rong
Rou Cong Rong (Cistanche deserticola) is a common herb used in traditional Chinese medicine to nourishing kidney and promote kidney-yang.