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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to generalized oedema
Wu Pi San
Five-Peel Powder
Drains Dampness; Diuretic; Resolves oedema; Tonifies Spleen-Qi; Regulates the Qi.   Skin oedema due to Spleen Deficiency with vigorous Dampness and stagnation of Qi.  Ascites (cirrhosis of liver); Breathing difficulty; Chronic glomerulonephritis; Distension of the abdomen; Distension of the epigastrium; Dysuria; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the epigastrium; Generalized oedema; Oliguria; Vesicular rash; Sensation of heaviness; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Weak-Deep pulse (Ruo Chen).  
Zhen Wu Tang
True Warrior Decoction
Warms Spleen-Yang and Kidney-Yang; Diuretic.   1) Kidney Yang Deficiency, or Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency, with retention of pathogenic water (anuria, oliguria). 2) Externally-contracted Wind-Cold at the greater Yang-stage.  Ascites (cirrhosis of liver); Chills; Chronic enteritis; Chronic nephritis; Cirrhosis; Congestive heart failure; Cough; Deep pain and heaviness of extremities; Diarrhea; Dizziness; Feeling of pulsation in epigastrium; Generalized oedema; Loose stools; Pain of the abdomen which is worse with cold; Palpitations; Spontaneous sweating that does not relieve the fever; Tremors; Vomiting; Acute articular rheumatism; Chronic bronchitis; Dizziness; Hypothyroidism; Instability; Intestinal tuberculosis; Ménière's disease; Primary hyperaldosteronism; Primary hypertension; Rheumatoid arthritis; Sensation of heaviness of the head; Pale or dark, swollen, tooth-marked tongue, slippery-white coating; Tongue with a white-slippery coating; Fine-Deep-Forceless pulse (Xi Chen Wu Li).  
Yue Bi Tang
Maidservant from Yue Decoction
Releases Wind-Damp from the Exterior; Disperses Lung-Qi; Clears Heat; Moves Body Fluids; Diuretic; Promotes sweating.   Wind oedema.  Arthritis; Aversion to drafts; Continuous sweating; Nephritis; No fever; Oedema of face resulting in generalized oedema; Slight fever; Slight sweating; Oliguria; Thirst; Swollen tongue, white coating; Floating pulse (Fu).  

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