Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ <Tablet>
- Type-2 OTC medicine
Following symptoms in persons with moderate or poor physical strength and abdominal listlessness who are highly nervous and have stomach or abdominal pain and sometimes experience heartburn, belching, stomach oppression, loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting: Neurological gastritis, chronic gastritis, gastrointestinal weakness
- 54 tablets
- 120 tablets
Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ<Tablet> is effective for “stress-induced gastric lesions”
caused by distress, anxiousness, tension and the like.
Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ<Tablet> is suggested for a person with “stress-induced gastric lesions”.
“Stress-induced gastric lesions” is a state that the autonomic nerves are imbalanced under a stress caused by anxiousness, tension and the like, resulting from a disordered stomach condition. Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ<Tablet> fixes up such disturbed autonomic nerves and improves the disordered stomach such as stomachache, loss of appetite, and nausea tendency.
Prescription is strengthened by herbal medicine “Poria Sclerotium”.
Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ<Tablet> is gastrointestinal medicine, “Anchusankabukuryo” being useful in our stressful modern society. This product is made further effective against stress by adding the ataractic herbal medicine “Poria sclerotium” to kampo prescription “Anchusan” which improves the disturbed autonomic nerves. Furthermore, it is best fitted for persons having a constant weak stomach, and persons with a chronic gastritis associated with aging and the like.
Suggested for a person in the following state.
Medicine suggested for a person with stress caused by office work, household affairs, child care, etc.; a person having an disordered stomach either without overdrinking or overeating; and a person with constant weak stomach and intestines.
*There is also Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ available which is a powder-type product with the same ingredients and indications.
Please take the following amount between meals (including before bedtime) or on an empty stomach with water or lukewarm water.
|Age||Dose||Times / day|
(15 years and over)
|3 tablets||3 times daily|
|7-14 years||2 tablets|
|Under 7 years||Not to be taken|
NOTE on Directions
※”Between meals" means 2 to 3 hours after meals.
※Shelf life: Look at the bottom of the product.
Per daily dose (9 tablets)
|Formula||Constituent Herbal Medicines||Quantity||Explanation|
|Anchusankabukuryo Powder 2,100 mg(Powder of the following mixed herbal medicines.)||Poria Sclerotium||500 mg||A powdered compound of constituent herbal medicines being smashed as is. Because no heat is applied, aromatic ingredients making the stomach work better are abundantly contained.|
|Cinnamon Bark||300 mg|
|Corydalis Tuber||300 mg|
|Oyster Shell||300 mg|
|Amomum Seed||200 mg|
|Alpinia Officinarum Rhizome||100 mg|
|Anchusanryokabukuryo Extract 270 mg(Extract of the following mixed herbal medicines.)||Poria Sclerotium||810 mg||An extract of active ingredients of the constituent herbal medicines having been extracted and concentrated.|
|Cinnamon Bark||486 mg|
|Corydalis Tuber||486 mg|
|Oyster Shell||486 mg|
|Amomum Seed||324 mg|
|Alpinia Officinarum Rhizome||162 mg|
〔Additives〕 Hydroxypropylcellulose, Synthetic Hydrotalcite, Magnesium Aluminometasilicate, Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose
Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ<Tablet> FAQ
Is there any difference between Ohta’s Isan and Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku Ⅱ?A
Ohta’s Isan is a comprehensive gastrointestinal medicine to improve a variety of uncomfortable stomach symptoms such as overdrinking, heartburn and stomach oppression. “Ohta Kampo Ichoyaku II” is a Kampo medicine effective against stomach discomfort due to your stress and constitution such as stomachache caused by anxiety and chronic stomach discomfort, not originated by overdrinking and overeating.
Is there any difference in ingredients between tables and powders?A
They have the same active ingredients. Choose easier one for you.
Can I use it together with other medications?A
Combination use may affect the effect of the product. Consult your physician or pharmacist because it depends on the type of medicine which is combined.