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Discover Digestive Harmony with Bao Ji Wan: The Ancient Solution for Indigestion and Stomach Discomfort.


Experience the healing power of Bao Ji Wan, a traditional Chinese herbal remedy crafted from a blend of potent herbs. Resembling buckshot, these convenient pills offer a natural solution for those seeking relief from indigestion, heartburn, vomiting, diarrhea, and bloating. Bao Ji Wan can also be used as a hangover prevention remedy.


Benefits of Bao Ji Wan for Digestive Health:

Alleviate Indigestion: Bao Ji Wan addresses the root causes of indigestion, promoting smoother digestion and providing relief from discomfort.


Ease Heartburn: This potent herbal formula helps soothe feelings of heartburn, offering comfort during and after meals.


Relieve Vomiting and Diarrhea: Bao Ji Wan works to alleviate symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea, restoring balance to the digestive system.


Reduce Bloating: By targeting the underlying causes of bloating, Bao Ji Wan helps to reduce discomfort and promote a more comfortable digestive experience.


Prevent Hangovers: Bao Ji Wan can be used as a preventative measure against hangovers, helping to maintain balance and minimize the unpleasant after-effects of alcohol consumption.


Discover the natural relief provided by Bao Ji Wan and experience improved digestive harmony. Trust in natural Chinese herbal remedies to address various stomach discomforts and support overall digestive health.

Bao Ji Wan (Po Chai Pills) / Stomach problem, hangover prevention remedy


Polyporus (Fu-Ling) Sclerotium; Southern Tsangshu (Cang_Zhu) Rhizome; Patchouly (Huo-Xiang) herb; Fragrant Angelica (Angelica anomala Lallem.) (Vai-Zhi) Root; Kudzu (Ge-Gen) root; Magnolia (Hou-Po) root bark; Massa Fermentata (fermented mix of wheat flour, sweet annie aerial parts, cocklebur (xantium sibiricum part. Ex Widd.) aerial parts, and Smartweed (polygonum hydropiper L.) aerial parts (Shen-Chu); Job's Tears (Yi-yi Ren) Seed; Germinated Rice (Orzya sativa L) (Gu-Ya) seed; Field Mint (Menta halpocalyx Briq) (Bo-He) herb; Mum (Ju-Hua) flower; Red Citrus (citrus grandis osbeck.) (Chu-Hung) Peel; Halloysitum I minera; Rhizoma Atrach root; Oryzae Satiae/sprout; Herba menthae leaves; Selerotrum Porifungal; Radix Puepariae root; Herba Agastaches S leaves; Excarpium Citri/tangerined red part; Cortex magnoliae O. bark; Masse Fermentata Neaven leaves

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