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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to aversion to food
Wu Ji San
Five-Accumulation Powder; Tangkuei and Magnolia Five Powder
Dissipates the five accumulations (Cold, Phlegm, Dampness, Qi and Blood); Releases the Exterior; Warms the Interior; Moves Qi and Blood; Transforms Cold-Phlegm.   Externally-contracted Wind-Cold with internal injury due to Cold (usually caused by improper diet).  Back stiffness; Chills; Fever; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the epigastrium; Generalized pain; Headache; No sweating; Sensation of internal cold; Stiffness of the neck; Aversion to food; Borborygmus; Cold abdomen; Diarrhea; Nausea; Pain of the abdomen; Vomiting; Floating pulse (Fu).  
Ge Hua Jie Xing Tang
Pueraria Flower Combination
Transforms Damp-turbidity; Eliminates food retention; Promotes digestion.   Accumulated Damp turbidity in the Middle Burner following food poisoning or overdrinking.  Digestive fullness; Food poisoning; Hangover; Nausea; Vomiting; Anorexia; Aversion to food; Dysuria; Fatigue; Headache; Sensation of heaviness of the head.  
Si Shen Wan
Four-Miracle Pill
Warms Spleen and Kidneys; Tonifies Spleen and Kidneys; Strengthens the Intestines; Stops diarrhea.   Daybreak diarrhea, also called "cock-crow diarrhea" due to Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency. This is the time of the day when the Yin is at its peak and the Yang is starting to rise. If the Kidney Yang (source Yang) is weak, the Yang will not properly rise and the Yin will suddenly descend, causing diarrohea at this time.  Allergic colitis; Aversion to food; Chronic colitis; Chronic dysentery; Digestive disorders; Early morning diarrhea; Intestinal tuberculosis; Poor appetite; Cold limbs; Fatigue; Lethargy; Pain in the lower back; Pain of the abdomen; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Slow-Deep-Forceless pulse (Chi Chen Wu Li).  

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