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Enzyme Herbal Supplement
Chzyme is a Chinese herbal formula taken with meals to help with food assimilation, and will reduce intestinal gas, bloating cramping, regurgitation, indigestion, nausea, and diarrhea. It is used to promote the absorption of herb and vitamin products.
Chzyme can be used for gastroenteritis as well as motion sickness, hangover and the effects of jet lag.
Chzyme contains digestive enzymes used to promote food assimilation with a widely used herbal formula (Pill Curing) and Quiet Digestion used for gastrointestinal distress. Peppermint oil has been added for its anti gas and anti spasmodic effects. Coix (yi yi ren), and poria (fu ling) supplement the spleen and eliminate dampness. Vladimiria souliei (mu xiang), magnolia (hou po), citrus (ju hong), and pogostemon (huo xiang) regulate stomach qi, relieve nausea and vomiting, and dry dampness. Shen qu and oryza (gu ya) strengthen the spleen, regulate digestion, and disperse food mass. Halloysite (chi shi zhi) warms the central burner and stops diarrhea. Angelica (bai zhi), chrysanthemum (ju hua), and pueraria (ge gen) expel wind, stops headaches, and relieves body aches. Trichosanthes root (tian hua fen) reduces toxicity and transforms phlegm.
Manufacturer’s suggested dosage:
2-3 tablets, 3 times a day.
Amylase, Cere Calase, Protease enzyme, Catalase, alpha-Galactosidase
Lipase enzyme, Glucoamylase enzyme, Cellulase, Malt Diatase, Poria sclerotium fu ling, Coix seed yi yi ren, Barley Shen Qu shen qu, Magnolia bark hou po, Angelica root bai zhi, Pueraria root ge gen, Red Atractylodes rhizome cang zhu, Vladimiria Souliei root mu xiang, Pogostemon herb huo xiang Oryza sprout gu ya, Trichosanthes root tian hua fen, Chrysanthemum flower ju hua
Halloysite mineral chi shi zhi, Red Citrus peel ju hong, Peppermint oil bo he
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
Disperse wind and dampness
Resolve spleen dampness and regulate the stomach
Do not use during pregnancy