Support Digestion

Sweet Life Support Digestion tonifies Spleen and Stomach Qi for improved overall digestive ability, which helps establish proper food choices as a foundation for a healthy life, and supports gentle integration of life’s events. Good for those who tend to worry and obsess, those with poor or unhealthy appetite, allergies or addictions, especially when accompanied by fatigue or languor. Good support for students, and useful after teething to help rebuild digestion. See Sweet Life Easy Teethe.

Indications: Poor or unhealthy appetite, lassitude, paleness, weak muscles, poor assimilation (loose stools), poor memory, worry and obsession. Mental and emotional symptoms can occur without overt physiological signs and symptoms, and vice versa.

Actions: Tonifies Spleen and Stomach Qi.

Contraindications: None

Dosage: 1 or 2 drops 3X/day.


Based on Chinese herbal formula Si Jun Zi Tang.

Contains Vibrational Essences:

Tai Zi Shen, Radix Psuedostellariae Heterophyllae Bai Zhu, Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae Fu Ling, Sclerotium Poriae Cocos Zhi Gan Cao, Radix Glyccyrhizae Uralensis (prepared) Yellow Tiger Eye

in structured distilled water, organic glycerin and (trace) organic vinegar.

The Spleen and Stomach hold major responsibility for providing energy and substance from birth onward. Stomach receives food and drink while Spleen oversees digestion and assimilation of nutrients and fluids, for physical growth and strength, emotional stability and mental intelligence.

Yi is the spirit of the Spleen, responsible for thinking and remembering, and can be translated as “intellect” or “intelligence”. Yi and Spleen are supported by regular mealtimes, proper food and liquid intake, and by regulation of the mind, that is, avoidance of overthinking. Worry and obsession deplete Spleen Qi; deficient Spleen Qi gives rise to worry and obsession in a vicious cycle. Similar to obsessing, studying depletes Spleen Qi and can harm Yi.

Digestion, in a broader sense, describes how we take in our world and assimilate experience. When Spleen and Stomach Qi are robust, there is healthy appetite for food and for life. Healthy and harmonious Qi, Blood and Yi confer strength, vitality, intelligence and emotional readiness to partake in life’s banquet.

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