Are you looking for quick relief from acid reflux?
One of the many colorful terms used in traditional Chinese medicine is the term that describes acid reflux. Referred to as “rebellious Chi,” acid reflux occurs when acid or fluid in the stomach travels upward into the throat—instead of along its normal downward course through the digestive system—causing a burning sensation associated with extreme heartburn. Left untreated, acid reflux can lead to esophagitis (inflammation of the esophagus). In some instances acid reflux can be corrected simply by avoiding spicy and highly acidic foods and beverages such as citrus, tomatoes, chocolate, peppers, onions, coffee, tea, and sodas. Repeated episodes may indicate a hiatal hernia, in which case it may be advisable to seek professional help. Chinese medicine used all of the following formulas for providing relief from the common symptoms of acid reflux (dry heaves, desire to vomit after eating, rising acid, bloated stomach, excessive belching, poor digestion, etc.). It is advisable to try each of these to see which most effectively addresses your particular symptoms. Generally speaking these formulas will provide fast acting relief from heartburn, indigestion, bloated stomach, burning feeling, flatulence, and belching.
Long-term (continuous) use is highly recommended.