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COLD ABDOMEN


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to cold abdomen
Ba Wei Di Huang Wan (1/2)
Eight-Ingredient Pill with Rehmannia; Rehmannia Eight Pill
Tonifies Spleen-Yang and Kidney-Yang; Warms Lower and Middle Burners.   Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency.  Bloating; Chronic gastroenteritis; Chronic nephritis; Clear urine; Cold abdomen; Cold extremities; Digestive weakness due to internal cold; Distension of the abdomen; Frequent urination; Hypothyroidism; Oliguria; Pain in the lower back; Persistent diarrhea; Profuse urine; Undigested food particles in the stools; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Chronic asthma; Cough; Diabetes; Hot flashes (avoid confusion with hot flashes due to Kidney-Yin Deficiency); Neurasthenia; Oedema; Urinary incontinence; Pale, swollen, tooth-marked tongue, moisty-white coating; Slow-Deep-Faint-Empty pulse (Chi Chen Wei Xu).  
 
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).  
 
Si Ni Tang
Frigid Extremities Decoction; Aconite, Ginger and Licorice Decoction
Restores the Yang; Warms the Middle Burner.   Kidney and Spleen-Yang Deficiency.  Aversion to cold; Cold abdomen; Cold-type arthritis; Diarrhea; Drowsiness; Heart failure; Lethargy; Myocardial infarction; Pain of the abdomen; Undigested food particles in the stools; Very cold extremities; Vomiting; Desire to curl up (lying with body curled up); No thirst; Pale or mauve tongue, slippery-white coating; Hidden-Deep pulse (Fú Chen).  
 

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