Kang Ning Wan by Blue Poppy’s Great Nature Contemporaries also known as Curing Pills, is a popular household remedy for a wide variety of digestive disturbances. It helps with any kind of stomach upset.
• Food or alcohol stagnation, dampness obstructing the middle burner
Fu Ling and Yi Yi Ren fortify the spleen and disinhibit dampness, while Huo Xiang, Bai Zhi, Mu Xiang, Chen Pi, and Hou Po work together to aromatically transform dampness and dry dampness.
Shen Qu and Gu Ya disperse food stagnation while Bo He moves qi. Ju Hua, Ge Gen, and Tian Hua Fen treat thirst and resolve liquor.
Actions: Aromatically transforms dampness and resolves liquor
Pattern: Food or alcohol stagnation, dampness obstructing the middle burner
Chinese Symptomology: Dampness or damp-heat obstructing the middle burner, food damage, liquor damage
Western Symptomology: Food stagnation, gas and bloating, abdominal fullness, hangover from overconsumption of alcohol.
Adults take 3 capsules 2 times per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Kang Ning Wan Ingredients in 3 capsules:
Fu Ling (Poria) 375.8 mg
Yi Yi Ren (Coicis Semen) 218.3 mg
Ju Hua (Chrysanthemi Flos) 177 mg
Tu Mu Xiang (Radix Inulae) 174.6 mg
Bai Zhi (Angelicae Dahuricae Radix) 174.6 mg
Huo Xiang (Pogostemonis Herba) 174.6 mg
Hou Po (Magnoliae Officinalis Cortex) 176.6 mg
Shen Qu (uncooked Massa Medicata Fermentata) 174.6 mg
Ge Gen (Puerariae Radix) 174.6 mg
Tian Huan Fen (Trichosanthis Radix) 133.3 mg
Gu Ya (Setariae Fructus Germinatus) 133.3 mg
Chen Pi (Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium) 87.2 mg
Bo He (Menthae Herba) 77.5 mg