HeriPoly® - Digestive Support


When distressing and uncomfortable symptoms of digestive pain, cramping, windiness and bloating, nausea, poor regularity, or diarrhoea occur-digestive first aid is essential. HeriPoly digestive herbals support normal digestion and absorption processes to maintain bowel regularity, settle gastric and intestinal irritation, and restore gastrointestinal comfort and optimal function.

Suitable for

  • Relieving distressing and uncomfortable digestive symptoms
  • Encouraging normal bowel regularity
  • Improving nutrient absorption for maintenance of energy levels

    Serving Size: 500mg/capsule
    Serving per container: 90 caps
    Amount per serving:
    Tremella fuciformis extract (Yin Er/ Snow fungus) 100mg
      • Supports digestive immunity
      • Supports gastrointestinal peristalsis
      • May help to reduce fat and cholesterol absorption


    Taraxacum officinale extract (PuGongYing/ Dandelion) 50mg
      • Supports healthy liver


    Crataegus pinnatifida extract (Shanzha/ Hawthorn) 100mg 

      • Maintains the digestive function and anti-oxidant effects


    Ganoderma lucidum extract (Lingzhi/Reishi Mushroom) 100mg 

      • Supports of normal gastric acid secretions
      • Calming and soothing for the nervous system
      • Supports the restoration and growth of gastric mucosal cells


    Paeonia lactiflora extract (Chinese Peony/Baishao) 50mg


      • Calming down irritated digestive mucosa
      • Supports recovery of gastric disorders

    Codonopsis pilosula extract (Dangshen / Bellflower) 100mg


      • Supports balanced gastric acidity
      • Supports healthy appetite 


    TAPS Approval No: PP4991

    Adults: Take 2 capsules, 2 times daily, one hour before or after meals.

    Children (3-12 years): Take 1 capsule,  2 times daily or as per health practitioner prescription. (For young children capsules may be opened and the contents combined with beverages or foods).


    Contraindications & Precautions

    Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

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