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COLD FEET


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to cold feet
Ju Pi Tang
Tangerine Peel Decoction
Warms the Stomach; Releases Yang; Stops vomiting.   Rebellious Qi due to Cold in the Stomach.  Cold feet; Cold hands; Vomiting.  
 
Jiang Huang San
Curcuma Powder
Warms the channels; Disperses Cold; Moves Blood; Eliminates Blood stasis.   Blood stasis due to invasion of Cold in the channels.  Aversion to cold; Cold feet; Cold hands; Extended menstrual cycle (delayed menstruation); Normal menstruation or hypomenorrhea with purple blood and clots; Pain of the lower abdomen (ovary, uterus) with a sensation of cold that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Purple or purplish tongue or one showing purplish spots; Slow pulse (Chi); Slow-Choppy pulse (Chi Se).  
 
Gui Ling Wu Wei Gan Cao Tang
Cinnamon Twig, Poria, Schisandra, and Licorice Decoction
Transforms Cold-Phlegm and congested fluids; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Protects the Lungs.   Preexisting Kidney-Yang Deficiency with Cold-Phlegm (externally-contracted Cold disorder).  Chronic bronchitis; Cold feet; Cold hands; Cough; Dizziness; Occasional attacks of Qi rushing upward from the lower abdomen to the chest (running piglet); Palpitations; Profuse phlegm; Pulmonary congestion; Subacute bronchitis; Watery phlegm; White phlegm; Pale tongue, slippery-white coating; Deep-Forceless-Wiry pulse (Chen Wu Li Xian).  
 

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