Objectives The purpose of this study is to provide information and basic data related to the establishment of research directions to researchers planning future gastrointestinal disease-related clinical studies by review gastrointestinal diseases clinical studies using Chinese medicinal food therapy. Methods This study reviewed the clinical research articles on gastrointestinal disease form the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) system using the keywords ‘Yaoshan’ and ‘Zhongyishiliao’ from 2016 to 2018. And analysed for research participants, research period, research subject, type of treatment plan, Yaksun intervention type, Yaksun formulation, and Yaksun prescription composition. Results The number of participants in the clinical study was 94.3 on average, with males participating more than females, with an average age of 43.68 years old. The most frequent study period was between 4 and 6 weeks, and the topic of the study was stomach ulcers the most. There were 10 studies by pattern identification, of which cold deficiency pattern was 4. Most of the studies chose a combination with the Chinese medicine or Western medicine. Porridge is the most used formulation and mainly ingredients and grain with the efficacy of fortify the spleen and replenish Qi and regulate Qi and resolve dampness. Conclusions Gastrointestinal disease is a disease that is closely related to diet. Therefore, it is hoped that this study will motivate researchers interested in clinical research using Korean medicinal food therapy.
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