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胃もたれ 胸やけ

Shigyakuseiwajo 《Kracie Kampo》

Japanese:止逆清和錠 Shigyakuseiwajo
Chinese:止逆清和片 Zhǐ nì qīnghé piàn

Internal capacity

36 tablets

Prescription commentary

“Shigyakuseiwajo” is a digestive medicine consisting of the following six types of crude drugs:bovine bile extract powder, which promotes bile secretion to enhance digestion and absorption; oyster shell, which neutralizes gastric acid to improve condition of the stomach; glycyrrhiza, cinnamon bark, ginger, and phellodendron bark, which regulate gastrointestinal function.

This medicine is effective for the treatment of unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms due to acid reflux including heartburn, a feeling of something stuck in the chest, and upset stomach.


Take the following dosages 3 times a day with water or warm water after or between meals.

Adult (15 years old and over)
3 tablets
Under 14 years old 11 years old and over
2 tablets
Less than 11 years
Do not use

Ingredient name/ingredient display

The daily dose of 9 tablets (300 mg/tablet) contains;
Bovine Bile extract powder - 300 mg, Powdered Phellodendron Bark - 150 mg, Powdered Glycyrrhiza - 150 mg, Powdered Cinnamon Bark - 50 mg, Powdered Ginger - 50 mg, Powdered Oyster Shell - 1,000 mg
As inactive ingredients, this medicine contains Hydroxypropylcellulose, Corn Starch, Anhydrous Silicic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, and Dextrin.

medicinal effect

Hyperacidity, heartburn, feeling of discomfort in the stomach, feeling of fullness in the stomach, constricted feeling inthe stomach (stomach heaviness), heaviness in the stomach, heaviness in the chest, belching (burping), nausea(retching, stomach retching, retching due to hangovers and overdrinking, sick feeling, and feeling of sickness),vomiting, excessive drinking (overdrinking), stomachache, promoting digestion, indigestion, loss of appetite (anorexia), excessive eating (overeating), and feeling of fullness in the stomach and abdomen due to indigestion.







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