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|Unit Size||1oz. Bottle|
|Contraindications||Contraindicated in pregnancy. Contraindicated with Yin or Blood deficiency.|
|Western Symptomology||Occasional sensation of heaviness of the limbs, lethargy, tendency to be easily fatigued or an increased desire to sleep, Occasional loss of taste|
|Actions||Dried Dampness, tonifies the Spleen Qi, regulates the Qi, harmonizes the Stomach|
|Pattern||Damp Cold stagnation in the Middle Burner|
|Tongue||Swollen with a thick, white, greasy coat|
|Pulse||Moderate to slippery|
|Recommendations||Complementary Formulas: Wei Te Ling, Liver Flow, Digestive Harmony Formula|
|Chinese name||Ping Wei San|
|English name||Warm the Stomach|
Dried Dampness, tonifies the Spleen Qi, regulates the Qi, harmonizes the Stomach. Supports a healthy digestive system, supports healthy gastrointestinal function.
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