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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to intestinal flu
Wu Shi Cha
Midday Tea
Releases Wind-Cold from the Exterior; Promotes digestion; Tonifies the Stomach.   Digestive disorders due to Wind-Cold.  Chills; Diarrhea; Fever; Gastroenteritis; Intestinal flu; Distension of the stomach; Fullness of the stomach; Headache; Life-style disorders (travelling, relocation); Nasal congestion; Vomiting.  
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).  
Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San (1/2)
Agastache Powder to Rectify the Qi; Agastache Upright Qi Powder
Transforms Damp-turbidity in the Stomach and Spleen; Releases the Exterior; Regulates the Qi; Harmonizes the Middle Burner.   Externally-contracted Wind-Cold with concurrent internal injury due to stagnation.  Acute colitis; Acute gastroenteritis; Aversion to cold; Borborygmus; Chills; Diarrhea; Fever; Fullness of the chest; Headache; Intestinal flu; Nausea; Oppression of the chest; Pain of the abdomen; Pain of the epigastrium; Stifling sensation; Vomiting; Ageusia; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Floating-Soft-Tight-Faint pulse (Fu Ru Jin Wei); Soft-Faint pulse (Ru Wei).  

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