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SpiritQi (Tonify the Middle and Qi Pills)

Vita Aid Professional Therapeutics



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Clinical Manifestations
  • Spleen and Stomach Qi deficiencies - Signs & Symptoms: intermittent feverish body (mostly during the day), spontaneous sweating, aversion to cold, thirst - prefers warm drinks, shortness of breath/ shallow breathing, no desire to speak, fatigue, weak extremities, pale complexion, loose stools.
  • Qi deficiency causing organs prolapse and Qi sinking - Signs & Symptoms: rectal and/or uterine prolapses, chronic diarrhea, menorrhagia, fatigue, hypotonicity of muscles.
  • Tongue: pale tongue with a thin white coating.
  • Pulse: flooding, forceless pulse.
Formula Rationale
Spleen and Stomach are the two chief organs in charge of transformation and transportation of food, and hence, they are the source of Qi & Blood production.

SpiritQi (Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan) includes Huang Qi (Astragalus) as the chief herb for its tonifying effect in zhong (central) Qi causing Yang to ascend and spirit to be lifted. Huang Qi also tonifies Wei (defensive) Qi and consolidates the exterior (boost the immune system).

Dang Shen (Codonopsis), Bai Zhu (Atractylodis), and Zhi Gan Cao (stir-fried licorice) together tonify Qi and support the middle jiao (ie. digestive function - transportation & transformation of nutrients).

Dang Gui (Angelica sinensis) helps nourish the blood and enhance the generation of Qi. Chen Pi (aged citrus peel) regulates the flow of Qi to prevent the tonic herbs, such as ginseng and astragalus, from causing stagnation in the middle jiao. Chen Pi also helps to harmonize the Stomach and Spleen.

Chai Hu (Bupleurum) and Sheng Ma (Cimicifuga) together help Yang Qi to ascend and lift prolapsed organs.

Clinical Applications
(*Note: This formula is ONLY indicated in the following conditions if the patients match Signs & Symptoms, Tongue, and Pulse described in Clinical Manifestations.)
Debility after a severe illness (eg. cancer), chronic fatigue syndrome, gastric/ rectal/ uterine prolapsed, nephroptosis, gastritis, constipation/diarrhea, leucopenia, compromised immunity, chronic bronchitis, common cold, dysuria, incontinence, myasthenia gravis, depression, menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, pernicious anemia, recurrent miscarriage, male infertility, allergic rhinitis, chronic hepatitis.

Ingredients (per capsule):

Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan Extract 8:1.....375 mg
  (equivalent to 3 g of dried crude ingredients)
   Huang Qi (prepared) (Astragalus membranaceus) (root).....104.2 mg
   Dang Shen (Codonopsis pilosula) (root).....31.2 mg
   Gan Cao (prepared) (Gycyrrhizae uralensis) (root).....52.1 mg
  Bai Zhu (Atractylodes macrocephala) (rhizome).....31.2 mg
   Dang Gui (Angelica sinensis) (root).....31.2 mg
   Sheng Ma (Cimicifuga heracleifolia) (rhizome).....31.2 mg
   Chai Hu (Bupleurum chinense) (root).....31.2 mg
   Chen Pi (Citrus reticulata) (fruit peel).....31.2 mg
   Sheng Jiang (Zingiber officinalis) (rhizome).....10.4 mg
   Da Zao (Ziziphus jujuba) (fruit).....20.8 mg

Non-medicinal Ingredients:
Certified organic apple fiber, pullulan/hypromellose (capsule)

Suggested Use

Adults - Take 2-3 capsules, 2 times a day, with food, or as directed by a health care practitioner.


Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding; or if you have a liver disorder. Do not use if you have hypokalemia, high blood pressure, or a kidney or cardiovascular disorder; or if you are taking thiazide diuretics, cardiac glycosides, corticosteroids, stimulant laxatives or other medications which may aggravate electrolyte imbalance. Contraindicated for fever due to heat from yin deficiency. This formula is not indicated in all instances of drooping/prolapse, but only in those due to qi deficiency.

Supplement Facts
Take 2 To 3 Capsules Twice Per Day

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