Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Tang
The name Gastrorest is from the Latin word meaning "belly" and the middle English word "rest" which can be defined as "to be free from that which harasses or disturbs; to be quiet or still; to be undisturbed". This aptly describes this formula's ability to put the digestive system to rest when it is being disturbed by the stomach flu, gastritis or food poisoning.
This is the classical unmodified version of Huo Xiao Zheng Qi San.
Huo xiang, Bai zhu, Hou po, Jie geng, Chen pi, Gan cao, Ban xia, Da fu pi, Bai zhi, Zi su ye, Fu ling, Da zao, Sheng jiang
Agastache, Atractylodes rhizome, Magnolia bark, Tangerine peel, Pinellia rhizome, Angelica root, Perilla leaf, Poria, Ginger, Licorice root
dries dampness, releases the exterior, regulates qi.
This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 2 tsp PRN. In acute cases, dosage may be increased up to 3 tsp PRN.
Use caution for those with damp-heat, heat or yin deficiency.