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Possible synonyms
Taste disorders
Taste disorder
Taste blindness
Smell and taste disorders
Loss of taste

The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Ageusia:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to ageusia
Shi Wei Wen Dan Tang
Ten-Ingredient Decoction to Warm the Gallbladder
Transforms Phlegm; Calms the Mind.   Heart and Gall-Bladder Deficiency.  Anxiety; Apprehension; Fear; Irritability; Mental fragility; Oppression of the chest; Palpitations; Patient is easily frightened; Stifling sensation; Ageusia; Oedema of limbs; Poor appetite; Restlessness (the patient cannot keep in place).  
Sheng Yang Yi Wei Tang
Raise the Yang and Benefit the Stomach Decoction
Tonifies Spleen-Qi; Raises Qi and Yang; Drains Dampness.   Spleen Deficiency and Stomach problems that occur in the aftermath or a Damp-Heat disorder and affect the Lungs.  Fatigue; Joint pain; Lethargy; Leukorrhea; Sensation of heavy body; Ageusia; Dry mouth; Frequent urination; Irregular stools; Poor appetite; Dry tongue; Slippery-Empty pulse (Hua Xu).  
Xiang Sha Yang Wei Tang
Auklandia and Amomum Nourish the Stomach Decoction; Cyperus and Cluster Decoction
Tonifies Stomach and Spleen; Harmonizes Stomach and Spleen; Eliminates Dampness.   Digestive disorders with Dampness due to Spleen and Stomach disharmony.  Bloating after meals; Digestive disorders (sensation of fullness); Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gastralgia after meals; Poor appetite; Regurgitation; Acute gastritis; Ageusia; Chronic gastritis; Diarrhea; Duodenal ulcer; Gastric ulcer; Lethargy; Loose stools; Nausea; Poor digestion; Pale tongue, greasy-white coating; Slippery-Soft pulse (Hua Ru).  

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