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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to intestinal obstruction
Hou Po Sheng Jiang Ban Xia Gan Cao Ren Shen Tang
Magnolia Bark, Fresh Ginger, Pinellia, Licorice and Ginseng Decoction
Harmonizes Stomach-Qi and Spleen-Qi; Warms Stomach-Qi and Spleen-Qi; Tonifies Stomach-Qi and Spleen-Qi.   Deficiency and Cold of the Stomach with Phlegms due to inappropriate use of sweating or purging, in most cases.  Aerocoly; Aerophagia; Belching; Distension of the abdomen; Distension of the chest; Intestinal obstruction; Nausea still present after vomiting; Obstruction of the stomach; Stomach prolapse; Vomiting; Cardiac oppression; Diarrhea due to food poisoning; Poor appetite; Pale-wet tongue, slippery-white coating; Slow-Soft-Empty pulse (Chi Ru Xu).  
Tao He Cheng Qi Tang
Peach Pit Decoction to Order the Qi
Breaks Blood stasis; Eliminates accumulations; Drains Heat.   Accumulation of Blood in the Lower Burner which is caused by the accumulation of Blood stasis and Heat.  Acute pain of the lower abdomen; Amenorrhea; Delirious speech; Dry mouth; Dysmenorrhea; Endometriosis; Endometritis; Intestinal obstruction; Irregular menstruation; Irritability; Night fever; Restlessness; Retained placenta; Thirst; Urinary incontinence; Acute mania (severe cases); Dry and purple tongue with purplish spots; Slow-Deep pulse (Chi Chen); Deep-Choppy pulse (Chen Se).  
Si Ni San
Frigid Extremities Decoction; Bupleurum and Chih-shih Decoction
Disperses and drives out pathogenic influences; Soothes Liver-Qi; Regulates the Spleen.   Yang or hot-type collapse, which is most commonly due to Heat entering the Interior where it constrains the Yang Qi. This inhibits the spreading of Yang Qi to the extremities, causing cold extremities (fingers and toes), anguish, pain of the abdomen (in contrast to devastated Yang, where the entire limb is cold), and a warm body.  Cholecystitis; Cold fingers and toes, although the body is warm; Costal pain; Discomfort; Fibrocystic breast; Fullness of the chest; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gallstone; Gastritis; Hepatitis; Hernia due to lingering Heat; Intercostal neuralgia; Mastitis; Pain of the abdomen; Pancreatitis; Peptic ulcer; Acute appendicitis; Biliary ascariasis; Diarrhea; Intestinal obstruction; Schistosomiasis; Severe diarrhea; Red tongue, yellow coating; Wiry pulse (Xian).  

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