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Possible synonyms
Aversion to food
Irregular appetite
Poor appetite
No appetite
No hunger
Eating disorders
Eating disorder

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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to anorexia
Qing Xin Lian Zi Yin
Lotus Seed Decoction to Clear the Heart
Tonifies Qi and Blood; Eliminates internal Heat.   Qi and Blood Deficiency with Heat lingering in the Heart, Lungs and Kidneys (usually from gross drinking).  Bloody leukorrhea; Chronic gonorrhea; Diabetes; Frequent urination; Profuse urine; Renal tuberculosis; Spermatorrhea; Turbid urine; Urinary calculus; Urinary incontinence; Anorexia; Cystitis; Generalized fatigue; Impotence; Stomatitis; Fine-Rapid-Empty pulse (Xi Shu Xu).  
Li Shi Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang
Master Li's Decoction to Clear Summerheat and Augment the Qi
Eliminates Dampness; Clears Summer-Heat; Tonifies Spleen-Qi.   Summer-Heat accompanied with Dampness and Qi Deficiency.  Anorexia; Fever; Fullness of the stomach; Headache; Sensation of heavy body; Spontaneous sweating; Thirst; Dark urine; Loose stools; Scanty urine; Pink or red tongue, greasy coating; Weak-Rapid-Forceless pulse (Ruo Shu Wu Li).  
Si Shen Tang
Four-Miracle Decoction
Tonifies Spleen-Qi; Promotes digestion.   Digestive disorders due to Spleen Qi Deficiency.  Anorexia; Diarrhea; Gastrointestinal weakness; Indigestion (asthenic children, in particular); Poor appetite; Pale tongue; Weak-Faint pulse (Ruo Wei).  

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