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Cannot take these 3 types of Chinese medicine after meals

Cannot take these 3 types of Chinese medicine after meals

Cannot take these 3 types of Chinese medicine after meals

Many people take medicines after meals. In fact, this kind of understanding is not the same. The time of taking Chinese medicine decoction will affect the efficacy of medicines. It is very important to choose the appropriate time to take medicines. Some Chinese medicines cannot be taken after meals.

Below, Chinese medicine has summarized three types of Chinese medicines that you can’t take after meals. Come and see if you usually take the medicine right?

  1.

Drugs for the treatment of cancer diseases.

Such as laxatives, etc., can be taken on an empty stomach so that the drug is not blocked by food, and the effect of the drug can be exerted quickly.

  2.

Tonic drugs.

Such as Siwu decoction, Sijunzi decoction, Shengmai drink, etc., taken on an empty stomach, can make the drug fully absorbed, better play the role of nourishing qi and blood, conditioning Yin and Yang.

  3.

Deworming drugs.

Such as Lizhong Anzhi Decoction, Wumei Wan, etc., taken on an empty stomach can maintain a high drug concentration in the intestine, which can drive the insects to kill the insects and make the insects quickly excrete.

  Chinese medicine experts point out that the medicine taken on an empty stomach is required to be taken at least an hour before a meal, and it is attempted to be taken on an empty stomach in the morning. Since there is no food in the stomach and duodenum on an empty stomach, the medicine can be prevented from mixing with food and quickly enter the intestine.Conducive to the digestion and absorption of drugs.

Therefore, the above three types of Chinese medicines should not be taken after meals in order to better exert their effects.