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RED COMPLEXION


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to red complexion
Jiang Ya Wan
Decrease Pressure Pill; Lowering [Blood] Pressure Pill
Clears Liver-Heat; Calms Liver-Wind; Hypotensive; Moves Blood.   Hypertension from Heat excess which leads to internal movement of Liver Wind.  Dizziness; General discomfort; High pressure headache; Stiffness of the neck; Paralysis of the face (Wind-stroke); Paralysis of the limbs (Wind-stroke); Poor vision; Red complexion; Rapid-Wiry-Overflowing pulse (Shu Xian Hong).  
 
Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang
Angelica Tonifying Blood Decoction; Tangkuei Decoction to Tonify the Blood; Tangkuei and Astragalus Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Nourishes Blood; Generates Blood.   Consumptive fatigue (Lao Juan), a form of Blood Deficiency caused by injury to the source Qi.  Anemia; Desire to drink warm drinks; Fatigue; Fever; Hot flashes; Irritability; Leukopenia; Menorrhagia; Metrorrhagia; Neurasthenia; No desire to drink; Schönlein-Henoch purpura; Sensation of heat in the muscles; Thrombocytopenic purpura; Headache; Purulent abscess; Red complexion; Pale tongue; Floating-Large-Forceless-Empty pulse (Fu Da Wu Li Xu).  
 
Qing Jing San
Clear the Menses Powder
Clears Heat; Cools Blood.   Heat injuring Yin and Blood.  Menstrual cycle shortened (early menstruation); Normal menstruation or menorrhagia with thick, dark red blood; Concentrated urine; Constipation; Dry mouth; Irritability; Red complexion; Thirst; Red tongue, yellow coating; Rapid pulse (Shu).  
 

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