Po Chai Pills for indigestion this thanksgiving

A thanksgiving treat for your tummy.


It is no doubt that Americans love to eat. This is seen by the number of fast food joints around America. McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King, etc., the list goes on. You don’t even have to go to a restaurant to order your food.

Nowadays, there are hundreds of options to choose from. You can just go to a drive through and order your food without having to leave your car. If you don’t have the time, you can just order online through your phone and the food will be delivered to you. Our access to cheap and available food is unlike anything we have seen in history.


indigestion due to fastfood


Yet, this surplus food and easy accessibility has given rise to a number of negative health effects. We can talk about the obesity epidemic plaguing the nation. However, there are other relatively minor effects we can see with so much food. One of these is indigestion.

Indigestion happens often when you eat too much. Your body cannot digest the food properly so you feel discomfort. You feel bloated and gassy. Sometimes you feel nauseous from all the food in your stomach.

Aside from that, much of the food that we eat nowadays is rich in salt and fat. Then we usually follow this up with a lot of soda drinks full of artificial sweeteners. Add to that alcohol intake after a hearty meal, and you have an interesting gastrointestinal combination. In the long run, this type of lifestyle is not sustainable and healthy.

Indigestion during Thanksgiving


Indigestion is sure to become common the next few weeks. Thanksgiving is coming up and we all know what that means. After that, Christmas is just around the corner. This year will probably end with a lot of food being stuffed into our stomachs.

thanksgiving dinner can lead to indigestion


There are ways for all of us to prevent indigestion this thanksgiving. Of course the best way to prevent indigestion is still to eat slowly and chew your food properly. We should also take note of our soda intake. Our alcohol intake should also be regulated.

When eating turkey, make sure to take some vegetables. Eating vegetables makes you digest the meat properly because of all the fiber in it. Fiber is a type of indigestible carbohydrate that sweeps through your digestive tract and aids in digestion. You can get fiber from vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and Brussel’s sprouts.

To prevent indigestion this thanksgiving and the Christmas season, make sure to get some exercise. Before sitting down at the couch after a heart meal, go for a short walk. Studies even show that a short 15-minute walk is associated with improved health and digestion. That is why Italians have been walking after meals for ages.

When all else fails, do not be afraid of indigestion as you take your Thanksgiving dinner. You can rest assured that there is a remedy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which can help you. It has been used in China for more than a century and continues to be a staple in Hong Kong households. This amazing product is Po Chai Pills.

What is Po Chai Pills


Po Chai Pills is a gastrointestinal remedy with an authentic Chinese medicinal formula. It is regarded as an antidote to diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain, indigestion and cold symptoms. It is highly-regarded for providing an almost instant relief to symptoms related to indigestion.

Specifically, Po Chai Pills are used for the following:
-Bloating and cramps 
-Stomach aches 
-Acid regurgitation 
-Motion sickness 

Po Chai Pills for indigestion


What are the ingredients in Po Chai Pills


Po Chai Pills have 14 ingredients that make it so popular. We’ll go through some of them to show how effective they are. (Note: This is not an extensive list.)


1. Poria (Fu Ling)

Main purported TCM actions: 
-Encourages urination and drains Dampness. 
-Tonic to the Spleen/Stomach. 
-Assists the Heart and calms the Spirit.


Poria mushrooms can be used for overindulgence in rich and greasy foods. They are also used in formulas for symptoms of abdominal bloating, belching and acid regurgitation. They are also being studied as a possible treatment for pancreatic cancer. Aside from being an ingredient in Po Chai Pills to help with indigestion, it is an ingredient for certain types of food.


2. Patchouly Herb (Huo Xiang)

Main purported TCM actions
-Transforms Dampness that is obstructing the Stomach and Spleen
-Harmonizes the Middle Warmer, for nausea and vomiting
-Relieves the Exterior from invasion of Cold and Damp.

patchouly herb in po chai pills for indigestion



The parts of Patchouly Herb which are used include the stems, branches and leaves of the plant. The young leaves are edible and have a strong fragrance. These are commonly used for flavoring or as a pleasant tasting herb tea to aid in indigestion.  This is why it is in Po Chai Pills.


3. Magnolia Root Bark (Hou Po)

Main purported TCM actions:
-Moves Rebellious Qi downward
-dries Dampness and relieves Food Stagnation.

Magnolia bark tastes Bitter. This means it has a cleansing action on the body.  It promotes elimination thru urination or bowel movements. This cleansing action makes it an excellent ingredient in Po Chai Pills.


4. Massa Fermentata (Shen Qu)

Main purported TCM actions:
-Assists the Stomach in removing Food Stagnation
-Harmonizes the Earth element and improves digestion


In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Massa Fermentata belong to the 'Herbs that relieve Food Stagnation' category. They are high in digestive enzymes and have varying specific abilities to help with the digestion of food. These digested elements help the food downwards to the Small Intestine.


5. Job's Tears Seed (Yi Yi Ren)

Main purported TCM actions:
-Regulates water and encourages urination
-Tonic to the Spleen and stops diarrhea caused by Spleen Deficiency
-Reduces inflammation and eliminates pus.

Job’s Tears Seed has a higher protein to carbohydrate ratio than any other cereal grain. It also contains several amino acids. It is mixed with rice and beans to make a nutritious staple grain dish that is high in protein. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) states it is used to detoxify the body.

As we enter the close of the year, we have reason to celebrate even a little. We have all been through a lot, to be honest. This does not mean that we should have the attitude of, “Let us eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we die.” 

Take care of your body. Do not eat too much during these holiday dinners. Indigestion may not be a deadly disease but it is something you should watch out for. Better yet, have Po Chai Pills on hand for your indigestion this Thanksgiving dinner and throughout the rest of the year.


These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For indigestion and other gastrointestinal products, consult your doctor.

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