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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Aversion to cold:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to aversion to cold
Ji Ming San
Powder to Take at Cock's Crow; Areca Seed and Chaenomeles Powder
Moves Qi; Drains Damp-turbidity; Warms Damp-Cold; Transforms Damp-Cold.   Damp leg Qi which is caused by Damp-Cold settling in the legs and feet where it obstructs the channels and interrupts the smooth flow of Qi and Blood.  Beriberi; Cold lower limbs; Filariasis (elephantiasis); Numbness of the feet; Numbness of the legs; Oedema of feet; Oedema of legs; Oedema of lower extremities; Painful lower limbs; Weakness of the feet; Weakness of the legs; Ascending spasms; Aversion to cold; Nausea; Oppression of the chest; Stifling sensation; Walking difficulty; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Soft-Deep pulse (Ru Chen).  
Xing Su San
Apricot Kernel and Perilla Leaf Powder
Disperses Lung-Qi; Disperses Cold and Dryness; Transforms Phlegm.   Externally-contracted Cool Dryness interfering with the disseminating and descending functions of the Lungs.  Acute bronchitis; Chills; Chronic bronchitis; Cough with watery phlegm; Dry throat; Emphysema; Nasal congestion; No sweating; Slight headache; Aversion to cold; Tongue with dry-white coating; Tight pulse (Jin); Wiry pulse (Xian).  
Bao Yuan Tang
Preserve the Basal Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Warms Yang.   Deficiency and consumption with insufficient basal (source) Qi.  Aversion to cold; Breathlessness; Fatigue; Lethargy; Slight fever due to Qi Deficiency; Smallpox due to Qi Deficiency (pox-like rash with recessed heads); Diarrhea; Pain of the abdomen; Vomiting; Pale tongue; Scattered-Faint pulse (San Wei).  

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