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Possible synonyms
Erythema pernio

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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to chilblain
Ren Shen Dang Shao San
Ginseng, Tangkuei and Peony Powder
Tonifies Qi and Blood; Warms Qi and Blood.   Qi and Blood Deficiency with a predisposition to Cold and Dampness.  Anemia; Chilblain; Cold feet; Dizziness; Hemorrhoid; Hot flashes; Nephritis; Oedema; Painful shoulders; Rheumatic pain; Sensation of cold (waist level); Sensation of cold in the lower abdomen; Sensation of heaviness of the head; Sterility; Stiffness of the shoulders; Urethritis; Cold intolerance; Frequent urination; Hearing difficulties; Irregular menstruation; Ocular disease.  
Yun Xiang Jing
Calms pain; Reduces swelling; Regulates Stomach-Qi; Releases the Exterior; Moves Blood.     Chilblain; Common cold; Flu syndrome; Gastralgia; Headache; Intestinal flu; Motion sickness; Pain of the abdomen; Rheumatism; Cold extremities; Furuncle (early stage); Skin infection (early stage).  
Dang Gui Si Ni Tang
Angelica Four Rebellious Decoction; Tangkuei Decoction for Frigid Extremities; Tangkuei and Jujube Decoction
Warms the channels; Disperses Cold; Nourishes Blood; Promotes circulation.   Hands and feet become cold when they are deprived of the warmth and nourishment of the Yang Qi.  Chilblain; Cold-type arthritis; Raynaud's disease; Skin rashes due to Cold and Blood Deficiency; Thrombopenia; Painful muscles; Sciatica; Pale tongue, white coating; Fine-Deep pulse (Xi Chen).  

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