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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Fullness of the abdomen:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to fullness of the abdomen
Cong Bai Su
Scallion Extract
Releases the Exterior; Promotes sweating; Antipyretic; Diuretic; Promotes digestion.   First stage of an externally-contracted Wind (or Cold).  Aversion to wind; Fullness of the abdomen; Sensation of cold; Pink tongue, thin-white coating; Floating pulse (Fu).  
Qing Yi Tang
Clear the Pancreas Decoction
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Drains Heat and relieves toxicity; Moves Qi; Eliminates stagnation of Liver-Qi; Purges Heat; Calms pain.   Stagnation of Liver-Qi with Heat toxin affecting the Middle Burner.  Acute pancreatitis; Alternating fever and chills; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the epigastrium; Constipation; Dark urine; Poor appetite; Reddish urine; Thirst; Pink or red tongue, thin-white or thin-yellow coating; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
Zhi Zi Da Huang Tang (1/2)
Gardenia and Rhubarb Decoction
Clears Heat; Drains Heat; Purges Heat; Calms restlessness and irritability; Disperses stagnation.   Relapse of fever and constipation (digestive disorders) associated with a recurrence of disease due to improper diet during convalescence.  Constipation; Constipation due to inappropriate diet during convalescence; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the stomach; Gastroenteritis; Hepatitis; Irritability; Jaundice; Nervous breakdown; Resurgence of febrile disorders (fever, in particular); Bitter taste; Fever; Generalized pain; Red tongue, dirty-yellow coating to the root; Full-Rapid pulse (Shi Shu); Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shu Hong).  

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