NOURISH & STRENGTHEN THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Herbal Chinese Medicine for Stomach Pain
Looking for Chinese medicine for stomach aches? Stomach Chi strengthens and improves the function of your digestive system with eleven nourishing herbs for the stomach. This gentle herbal formula provides comprehensive digestive support to aid your ability to process nourishment on a physical and emotional level. Instead of adding to your already overloaded digestive system, Stomach Chi is the #1 Chinese stomach medicine that works on function to optimize every part of the digestive process and ease associated symptoms.
Join hundreds of happy customers using these nourishing herbs for the stomach to promote gastric well-being and overall digestive health.
Our Traditional Chinese Medicine for stomach problems, Stomach Chi, is safe for all ages and has no contraindications.
DIRECTIONS - How to Take The Herbs
Basic way: Take two capsules three times a day. Typically, a shift will occur in three to five days. Another way: throw out the notion that a printed set of directions will provide the exact answer. Consider size, constitution, timing and other factors affecting each unique person. Take two capsules as often as every twenty minutes to combat a quickly escalating situation. Do not exceed more than 24 capsules per day. If using the powder, substitute 1/4 tsp powder for two capsules.
Pinellia (root), Poria (fruiting body), Oriental ginseng (root), Atractylodes (root), Ginger (root), Magnolia (bark), Saussurea (root), Chinese cardamom (seed), Tangerine (aged peel), Perilla (leaf), Licorice (root)
Other ingredients: non-GMO cornstarch, grass-fed bovine gelatin
All OHCO formulas are non-GMO and gluten-free (including kamut, spelt, barley, rye, and triticale, as well as the use of gluten as a food additive in the form of a flavoring, stabilizing or thickening agent). We batch-test for pesticides, microbes, and heavy metals.
Special herbs in Stomach Chi
Traditional Chinese Medicine has used herbs for upset stomachs and abdominal pain for centuries. Here are a few herbs that pinpoint abdominal discomfort and strengthen the digestive system.
For dealing with phlegm and congestion. Pinellas are also used in combination with other herbal ingredients for nausea and vomiting.
Oriental Ginseng (root)
The Oriental Ginseng is for digestion and loss of appetite. It also helps with vomiting, inflammation of the colon and inflammation of the lining of the stomach.
Atractylodes is used for stomachache, indigestion, bloating, diarrhea, loss of appetite, weight loss, and fluid retention.
Gingerol benefits gastrointestinal motility. Ginger encourages efficient digestion so food doesn't linger in the gut.
Magnolia bark may improve your digestive system health.
Saussurea may improve stomach ulcers, chronic gastritis, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammation-related diseases.
Tangerine (aged peel)
The Tangerine helps with the digestive tract and moving food downward. It is also used to alleviate bloating, nausea, vomiting, and gas.
Perilla leaves relieve digestive symptoms such as upset stomachs because they are rich in flavonoids.
Frequently Asked Questions About Stomach Chi
Is the Stomach Chi formula vegan?
All of our powders are vegan except for Chi’ll Out which uses a honey-fried root and fossilized bone (mineral). The capsules contain grass-fed, GMO-free, bovine gelatin.
Can I combine the OHCO Stomach Chi product with other supplements and herbs?
When considering combining the OHCO products there are generally few problems (see below*) because these balanced formulas can be thought of in much the same way as other sources of nutrition. Just as you should not combine two different OHCO formulas by taking them at the same time, you may wish to do the same with other herbs. You might separate these different items with food.
OHCO-Motion, OHCO-Flow, Chi'll Out and Wan Ton are contraindicated for pregnancy. OHCO-Motion and OHCO-Flow may influence those on blood thinners.
Is there any more value in taking the powder (in hot water) vs the capsules?
When we first came out with the formulas they were only available in powder form. Once we introduced capsules, there were those who never looked back at the powder. I take this to mean that these people saw no difference in the effectiveness of the herbs. I have never noticed a difference myself.
There are a couple of cases I can think of where the powder does have more value. People tell me they find the Cold Snap a hot tea soothing a sore throat. With the Stomach Chi, there is something about the tea ritual that furthers the nourishing quality of the formula.
Taking a little time to focus on the process of the herbs as a healing and nourishing act can help in some ways in the internal healing process. Often the tea format is more conducive to this, as opposed to just popping those capsules on the fly.
***The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.