Take control of your digestion through the power, heritage and popularity of Chinese herbs - naturally. Digestive Harmony works to maintain stomach balance, harmony and gut health. It can be used for short term happiness caused by over-indulging, or daily to keep one’s stomach settled. Think of it as a reset button for your gut.
Digestive Harmony is great for:
- Throat & stomach support
- Upset stomach
- After a night on the town
Other Ingredients: Honey, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, natural flavors (orange and chai blend).
HERBS IN THIS FORMULA
Purity, authenticity and sustainability are pillars of DAO Labs, which translates into the way we source our herbs. We use only sustainably-sourced herbs from Good Agriculture Practice farms, and go to extreme lengths to test and verify along our supply chain. All herbs are third-party tested in the U.S. for both safety and authenticity, setting a new standard in Chinese herbal medicine. Learn more about the herbs in Digestive Harmony below.
Hawthorn Berry (fruit)/Shan Zha
These bursting, red berries are often taken to move digestion forward by promoting the flow of blood and energy (Qi) throughout the digestive system.
Pinellia (stem)/Ban Xia
Ivory white and mushroom-like in appearance, Pinellia Rhizome is commonly used to bring harmony to an unhappy stomach and strengthen digestion when your stomach needs it.
Massa Fermentata/Shen QuAKA: Medicated Leaven
This fermented blend of wheat flour and herbs is best known for aiding the body in mineral absorption and driving digestion forward.
Sprouted Barley (fruit)/Mai Ya
This wheat-like ingredient contains digestive enzymes and vitamins, which have been known to encourage the flow of food and assist in digestion.
Poria (fungus)/Fu Ling
Once used to make delicacies for the royal family, China Root is a white fungus typically found on the roots of Japanese pine and has been known to promote spleen strength and digestive calm.
Raphanus (seed)/Lai Fu ZiAKA: Radish Seeds
In China, these seeds are considered so powerful, ancient herbalists often compared their effectiveness to a force that could collapse walls; said plainly, they’ll help jumpstart digestion.
Red Tangerine (peel)/Ju Hong
The vibrant peel of a tangerine is packed with multiple properties linked to promoting energy (Qi) throughout the body, and can help improve spleen function.
Forsythia (fruit)/Lian Qiao
Dried or raw, the pod-like fruits of Forsythia are best known for clearing out toxins throughout the digestive system and are also commonly used in skin care routines.
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