Raise Qi | Health Concerns

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Raise Qi | Health Concerns

Compare Raise Qi to BU ZHONG YI QI WAN

Raise Qi is BU ZHONG YI QI WAN, also known as Central QI Pills.  This famous old formula described in the Treatise on the Spleen and Stomach by Li Dong Yuan in 1249, is the go-to medicine when dealing with prolapsed organs such as uterine prolapse, anal prolapse, hernial prolapse, varicose veins, and hemorrhoids caused when the QI looses its lifting qualities.  The formula contains the three chief herbs used for lifting or raising the QI, Bupleurum CHAI HU, Cimicifuga SHENG MA, and Astragalus HUANG QI.

Western Symptom Indications For Using Raise Qi

  • Muscular Weakness
  • Loose stools
  • Spontaneous sweating

Raise Qi Dosage

3 tablets, three times a day, between meals
90 tablets, 250 mg., a 10 day supply

Raise Qi Ingredients

Proprietary Blend (750 mg. per tablet) of: Astagalus root, White Atractylodes rhizome, Ginseng root, Tang Kuei root, Bupleurum root, Cimicifuga rhizome, Citrus peel, Baked Licorice root.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Gum, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Cellulose.
Pin Yin: Huang Qi, Bai Zhu, Ren Shen, Dang Gui, Chai Hu, Sheng Man, Chen Pi, Zhi Gan Cao.

Raise Qi Side Effects

When to Use Raise Qi, and
When Not to Use Raise Qi

  • Supports The Treatment For prolapsed Organs
  • Supports The Treatment For varicose Veins
  • Supports The Treatment For Internal Hemorrhoids
  • Loose Stool
  • Spontaneous Sweating
  • Weak Pulse

Raise Qi TCM Properties and Uses

  • Lifts (raises) the Qi
  • Tonifies Central QI
  • Tonfies Spleen Qi

 Raise QI Cautions and Contraindications

This supplement is designed for use by practitioners trained in the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  TCM can be very potent, but it can also be complex; Self diagnosis and treatment are not recommended.  Best to 

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Raise Qi Dosage

2-3 tablets,TID, or as prescribed

Raise Qi Ingredients

Bai Zhu Atractylodes (White)
Chai Hu Bupleurum
Chen Pi (Ju Pi) Citrus Peel
Dang Gui (Shen) Tangkuei
Huang Qi (Bei) Astragalus Root
Ren Shen Ginseng
Sheng Ma Cimicifuga
Zhi Gan Cao Licorice (Baked)


*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



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