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AVERSION TO WIND


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to aversion to wind
Cong Bai Jie Geng Tang
Scallion and Platycodon Decoction
Releases the Exterior; Disperses Heat and Wind; Purifies toxins; Cools Blood; Clears Lung-Heat.   First stage of an externally-contracted Wind-Heat.  Beginning of fever; Headache; Respiratory tract infection (incubation period, early-stage disorder); Sore throat; Swelling of the throat; Cough; Slight aversion to wind; Thirst; Red tongue, thin-white coating; Floating-Rapid pulse (Fu Shu).  
 
Gui Zhi Tang
Cinnamon Twig Decoction; Ramulus Cinnamomi Decoction
Eliminates Cold and Wind from the Exterior and Tendino-Muscle channels; Harmonizes Nutritive-Qi and Defensive-Qi; Promotes sweating.   Externally-contracted Wind-Cold leading to an exterior Cold deficient condition (fever and spontaneous sweating). The Defensive-Qi is unable to guard the Exterior and the Nutritive-Qi is unable to nourish and stabilize the Interior. This formula may also be used in treating such biomedically-defined disorders as upper respiratory tract infection, influenza, postpartum fever, allergic rhinitis, angioedema, cerebrovascular spasm, eczema and urticaria.  Aversion to wind; Headache; Eczema; Fatigue (especially in the morning); In cases with high fever, the pulse is faster but relatively slow if compared with other diseases showing identical fever; Rhinitis; Skin rashes; Pink tongue, thin-white coating; Floating-Moderate pulse (Fu Huan).  
 
Gui Zhi Fu Zi Tang
Cinnamon Twig and Prepared Aconite Decoction; Ramulus Cinnamomi-Aconitum Decoction
Disperses Wind-Cold; Releases the Exterior; Unblocks the Channels.   Stagnation and painful obstruction due to pathogenic influences battling in the channels.  Aversion to wind; Cramps; Generalized pain; Spontaneous sweating; Stiffness of the limbs; Difficulty in rotating the trunk; Oliguria; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Floating pulse (Fu); Floating-Choppy pulse (Fu Se).  
 

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