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PURPLE COMPLEXION


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Purple complexion:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to purple complexion
Qing Re Zhen Jing Tang
Clear Heat and Control Fear Decoction
Clears Heat; Transforms Phlegm; Calms Wind.   Seizure disorder (epilepsy) arising from a combination of Phlegm, Wind and Heat.  Deviation of the mouth; Foamy saliva; Incontinence; Nystagmus; Piercing scream; Recurrent dizziness, headache, fullness in the chest followed by a sudden loss of consciousness; Restless limbs; Spasms; Pale complexion; Purple complexion; Red tongue, greasy-yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid-Wiry pulse (Hua Shu Xian).  
 
Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang
Drive Out Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Decoction; Persica and Achyranthis Decoction; Blood Palace Decoction
Moves Blood; Disperses Blood stasis; Soothes Liver-Qi; Unblocks the Channels.   Blood stasis in the chest with impairment of blood flow in the area above the diaphragm. The condition is complicated by constrained Liver Qi.  Acute articular rheumatism; Chest pain; Chronic hiccup; Cor pulmonale; Coronary disorders; Excruciating headache; Extreme moodiness; Insomnia; Irritability; Migraine; Nervous breakdown; Pain of the hypochondrium; Palpitations; Restlessness; Sensation of heat in the chest; Strangulation, choking sensation while drinking; Trigeminal neuralgia; Dysmenorrhea; Evening fever that is not severe; Hypertension; Injury to the chest; Intercostal neuralgia; Purple complexion; Purple lips; Dark purple tongue with dark spots on the edges; Firm-Choppy pulse (Lao Se); Firm-Wiry pulse (Lao Xian); Choppy pulse (Se); Wiry pulse (Xian).  
 
Wu Sheng Jia Er Chen Tang
Five-Fresh and Two-Cured Decoction
Eliminates Cold; Eliminates Phlegm; Calms Wind.   Yin-type seizure disorder (epilepsy) arising from a combination of Phlegm, Cold and Wind.  Coldness of the four extremities; Epileptic absence; Foamy saliva; Half-closed eyes; Recurrent dizziness, headache, fullness in the chest followed by a sudden loss of consciousness; Spasms but no restlessness of the limbs; Weak moan; Dark purple complexion; Dull complexion; Pale tongue, thick-greasy-whitish coating; Slippery-Slow-Deep-Tight pulse (Hua Chi Chen Jin).  
 


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