The combine herbs reduce the amount of stomach acid, relieving your heartburn. It is also used to soothe stomach upset, indigestion and other pains in your stomach.
Heartburn is a symptom created by acid reflux, which results in the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) if it persists and happens more than twice a week. It is a very common symptom described by an internal burning pain felt around the lower chest area.
Heartburn is felt when stomach acid flows back up into the food pipe – the gullet, down which food moves from the mouth to the stomach.
Heartburn is a painful burning feeling in your chest or throat. It happens when stomach acid backs up into your esophagus, the tube that carries food from your mouth to your stomach.
Symptoms of heartburn usually consist of a sensation of burning or discomfort after eating, located in the middle of the lower chest underneath the sternum (breastbone). The discomfort may increase when bending over or lying flat on the back. Some people experience dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) or feeling like food is stuck in the lower esophagus while others may have a cough or respiratory discomfort, although these symptoms occur less frequently.
Signs more typical of heartburn include:
A sharp, burning sensation just below the breastbone or ribs.
Pain generally does not radiate to the shoulders, neck, or arms, but it can.
Pain usually comes after meals, when lying on the back, when exercising or when experiencing anxiety.
Symptoms usually respond quickly to antacids.
Rarely accompanied by a cold sweat.
Certain foods and drinks can trigger heartburn in some people, including:
Tomato products, such as ketchup.
Fatty or fried foods.
Alcohol, carbonated beverages, coffee or other caffeinated beverages.
Large or fatty meals.
Being overweight or pregnant also can increase your risk of experiencing heartburn.
Savia miltiorrhiza, Panax Notoginseng (Burk.) F.H.Chen, Dry obalanopsaromatica Gwaertn.f., Panax ginseng, Savia miltiorrhiza, Radix Gingseng, Gingko Leaf Extract, Cordyceps.