Heaven & Earth CMHC Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder
Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder has been used for centuries to help improve circulation and digestive processes by improving proper enzyme generation.
Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder is now being studied across the world in helping to reduce cholesterol levels as well as reduce lipid and plaque levels in the Blood. It is utilized to improve cardiac contraction by increasing oxygenation and vasodilation of your Heart Muscle.
Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder can be taken by anyone who regularly partakes in rich and greasy foods, or anyone who wants to strengthen their Spleen Organ System, digestion, Heart and muscle tissue.
Assisting Other Formulas!
This formula can be used in combination within other Chinese Herbal Formulas. It is a natural and safe way to assist in harmonizing your body.
Easy & Convenient!
Powders are easy and convenient to take any time of the day and makes a very delicious alternative to caffeinated drinks. Add one to two teaspoons of powder to 8-10 ounces of hot water, stir, wait a few minutes and enjoy. The dregs will fall to the bottom and you can either leave them there or consume them! Can be taken 1-3 times per day.
Chinese Medicine Daily Disharmony Listing Associated with Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder:
- Supports & Strengthens Digestion
- Nausea that is worse after eating
- Gas and bloating after meals
- Belching with a sour or foul taste
- Bad breath
- Vomiting undigested food
- Poor appetite or aversion to food
- Foul smelling gas
- Diarrhea or foul smelling stool
- Improves Circulation
- Cleans the Blood
- Strengthens and Supports Heart Muscle
Possible Chinese Medicine Presentations:
Chinese Medicine pulse diagnostic may present as: slippery, may be weak
Chinese Medicine tongue diagnostic may present as: greasy coat, could be pale
Sprouted Barley & Hawthorn Berry Formula Powder may assist with biomedical problems such as:
- Acute gastroenteritis
- Acute exacerbation of chronic gastritis
- Gastroesophageal reflux disease
- Acute pancreatitis
- Nausea and vomiting following chemotherapy or radiation therapy
- Morning sickness
- Motion sickness
- Food poisoning
- Gastrointestinal flu
- Traveler’s diarrhea
- All minor acute gastrointestinal disorders including upset stomach