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Disperse Qi 1 oz
Fullness in the chest or abdomen;Gas pains;Occasional cramping or stitching pain beneath the ribs, in the stomach or intestines;Occasional acid regurgitation, flatulence, belching, or hiccoughs;Irregular bowel movements, diarrhea, or constipation associated with tension and gas in the lower abdomen;Lack of peristalsis with slow digestion of food;Nausea or indigestion due to overeating, food incompatibility or food toxicity;Pain and tension in the abdomen due to the passage of gallstones;Spasm of the esophagus with regurgitation.
Disperse Qi facilitates the upward and downward, inward and outward circulation of Qi which in turn insures the equitable distribution of Moisture and Blood.Analyzed in relation to the Three Burners, platycodon and perilla help to expand and relax the chest and throat, dispel phlegm, and promote the downward movement of Lung Qi. Magnolia harmonizes the interaction between the Middle and Upper Burners by countering the reflux of Stomach Qi, moving digestate downward, and assisting the action of perilla upon the descending Qi of the Lung. Mature tangerine rind, bitter orange and barley decongest the Qi of the Spleen and Stomach, allowing pure Qi and Moisture to rise, and coarse Qi and digestate to descend. Cyperus, vladimiria, and green tangerine harmonize the interaction of the Spleen, Stomach, and Liver, while encouraging rhythmic peristalsis of the gallbladder, pancreas, and intestines, as well as the smooth contractions of the uterus. Amomum dispels Cold and warms the Qi of the Lower and Middle Burners, while coptis dispels the Heat and Dampness that arises from stagnant Qi and Moisture. Together, these herbs promote the free flow of Qi and harmonize the interaction of the Three Burners and their respective viscera.