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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to chest discomfort
Zhu Ru Wen Dan Tang
Caulis Bambusae Warm the Gallbladder Decoction
Transforms Phlegm-Heat; Clears Phlegm-Heat; Drains Heat.   Phlegm-Heat in the chest, often due to alcoholism.  Fear; Insomnia due to stress and Phlegm; Nightmare; Palpitations; Chest discomfort; Cough; Hebetude; Irritation of the chest; Red complexion; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Slippery pulse (Hua).  
Ling Gan Wu Wei Jiang Xin Tang (1/2)
Poria, Licorice, Schisandra, Ginger, and Asarum Decoction
Warms the Lungs; Transforms Cold-Phlegm.   Congested fluids and Phlegm due to Spleen-Yang Deficiency. Accumulated Phlegm in bronchi.  Bronchitis; Emphysema; Chest discomfort; Chronic pulmonary oedema; Cough; Diaphragm discomfort; Pleurisy; Profuse phlegm; Watery phlegm; White phlegm; Pale, swollen tongue, slippery-white coating; Slippery-Slow-Deep-Wiry pulse (Hua Chi Chen Xian).  
Chai Hu Gui Zhi Gan Jiang Tang
Bupleurum, Cinnamon Twig and Ginger Decoction
Disperses Cold; Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Disperses accumulation; Warms the Interior.   Lesser Yang-stage disorders with congested fluids.  Alternating fever and chills; Anuria; Chest discomfort; Fullness of hypochondrium; Fullness of the chest; Malaria with alternating fever and chills (chills predominant); Malaria with chills, no fever; No vomiting; Oliguria; Sweating on head; Thirst; Pale, swollen tongue, moisty-white coating; Slow-Deep-Wiry pulse (Chi Chen Xian); Wiry pulse (Xian).  

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