New Year, New Life
Happy New Year! We hope that you had a blast welcoming 2021. 2020 was a bit of a downer to many of us. There were a lot of difficulties but still, we pushed through.
The New Year also means new opportunities. Maybe this is the time to start getting back into shape. All the lockdowns have made many of us into couch potatoes. Then Thanksgiving dinner came around. After that, we have had all those Christmas parties.
Because of this, a lot of us have gained a lot of weight over the holidays. Aside from that, we might have a lot of leftovers. Being practical, we shouldn’t let them go to waste. The problem is these end up in our waists.
The dangers of eating too much - constipation
Of course, too much eating also leads to constipation.
Constipation means that your bowel movements are tough or happen less than normal. In other words, this means you are having a difficult time pooping. This creates a heavy feeling in your gut. It makes you feel that your stomach has grown many times bigger.
There are different causes of constipation. Sometimes, it is a lack of fiber in your diet. Fiber promotes proper bowel movement. You can get fiber from the following foods: fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, lentils, chickpeas, and other legumes. Make sure to include these in your New Year diet.
Other times, constipation is due to lack of water in your diet. We know that water is the source of life. It is also still the best cleansing agent. This is why you need to be drinking more water this New Year to help cleanse your gut.
Many times, constipation is due to physical inactivity. Exercise is very important. We were made to move around. This has not changed despite the advent of modern technology. If you find some workouts difficult, start small this New Year. Instead of driving around, walk instead.
Constipation and hemorrhoids
Constipation is a common experience. However, it could be a symptom of other diseases. This includes colorectal cancer. It could be serious if you have bleeding in the rectum or even hemorrhoids. Both are caused by all the straining when you can’t poop.
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the lower part of the anus and rectum. They are also known as piles. They are painful but treatable. If not treated right away, they can get worse and worse.
To help with your constipation, you can take laxatives. However, overuse of laxatives can contribute to the constipation itself. You do not want your body to be overly-dependent on laxatives. It’s a good thing that you can use this dietary supplement this New Year - SAN HUANG PIAN.
What is San Huang Pian?
San Huang Pian reduces inflammation, supports health of the body, alleviates discomfort feelings from inflammatory disorders, relaxes the bowels and keeps the skin looking healthy and glowing. San Huang Pain assists with detoxification, supports the health of eyes, mouth, nose, throat and urinary system.
San Huang Pian, also known as Circula Boby, is made with a combination of three herbal ingredients: Da Huang, Huang Lian and Huang Ling. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), these three ingredients are commonly used together to reduce inflammation in the body.
Let’s take a closer look at all these ingredients:
Pinying: Da Huang
Main purported TCM actions:
-Drains Excess Heat and eliminates Dampness
-Cools the Blood and stops bleeding
-Invigorates Blood, breaks up Stasis and relieves pain
-Clears Heat and toxins from Excess
-Applied topically for Hot sores and Blood Stasis.
Rhubarb is an excellent ingredient used for various illnesses. It is an effective herb in alleviating symptoms of primary dysmenorrhoea. The rhubarb stalk fiber is also effective in lowering cholesterol concentrations. It is also effective in disease-related damages of liver and kidney function in severe acute pancreatitis patients.
Rhubarb is a bitter ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). They tend to have a cleansing action on the body by urination or bowel movements. This is what makes it an excellent detoxification ingredient in San Huang Pian for consipation.
Pinying: Huáng Lián
Main purported TCM actions:
-Expels Damp-Heat especially in the Lower Burner
-Eliminates Fire toxicity
-Acts as a sedative
-Eliminates Stomach Fire
Coptis Chinensis is known to target the Gallbladder, the Spleen, the Stomach, the Heart, the Large intestine and the Liver. It is also considered a bitter ingredient. Thus, it tends to have a cleansing action on the body by urination or bowel movements. That is why it is an ingredient in San Huang Pian.
Studies show that Coptis Chinensis may help in preventing intestinal injury. Animal studies show it may also help in relieving pain from irritable bowel syndrome. With its antibacterial and antiviral properties, Coptis Chinensis is an excellent addition to a great herbal supplement for constipation.
3.Scutellaria baicalensis root
Pinying: Huang Qin/Huang Ling
Main purported TCM actions:
-Expels Heat and Dampness
-Clears Upper Burner Heat, especially of the Lung
-Clears Heat and stops reckless movement of Blood
-Clears pathogenic Heat which is upsetting the fetus
-Cools the Liver, reducing Liver Yang rising syndrome
Just like the previous ingredients, Scutellaria baicalensis root (Baikal skullcap root) is a bitter ingredient. This means it has a great cleansing action on the body by urination or bowel movements. That is why it is great for people who have constipation to take San Huang Pian because of the Scutellaria baicalensis root.
How often should we take San Huan Pian?
For a better effect, take San Huang Pian 4 tablets each time, twice daily. This is so that you will not have a difficult time straining yourself with constipation. Don’t let your trip to the toilet be too difficult. This is the New Year so our whole body should start fresh.
As we enter 2021 filled with hope, let us make sure to let go of all negative feelings. We should also let go of everything that does not make our body healthy. Live a healthy lifestyle this year and make sure you have San Huang Pian with you.
Note: This has no approved therapeutic claims from the FDA. For liver disease and the health of your liver, always consult your doctor.