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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Tight-Wiry pulse (Jin Xian):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to tight-wiry pulse (jin xian)
Shi Xiao San
Sudden Smile Powder
Disperses Blood accumulation; Disperses Blood stasis; Moves Blood; Calms pain.   Blood stasis or accumulation of Blood which obstructs the vessels and serve the lower abdomen.  Acute pain of the lower abdomen; Dysmenorrhea; Endometriosis; Irregular menstruation; Lochiometra; Pain of the abdomen (postpartum); Angina pectoris; Coronary disorders; Pain of the epigastrium; Purplish tongue or showing purplish spots; Knotted-Tight pulse (Jie Jin); Tight-Wiry pulse (Jin Xian).  
Jia Wei Wu Yao Tang
Augmented Lindera Decoction
Moves Qi and Blood; Opens up areas of constraint.   Gynecological disorders due to stagnation of Qi and Blood.  Distension of the breasts; Distension of the lower abdomen (before menstruation); Extended menstrual cycle (delayed menstruation); Hypomenorrhea with dark red blood and clots; Pain of the lower abdomen (before menstruation); Normal tongue; Choppy-Tight pulse (Se Jin); Tight-Wiry pulse (Jin Xian).  
Ben Tun Wan
Running Piglet Pill
Disperses Cold; Warms Yang; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Regulates the Qi.   Running piglet disorder due to Cold in the Lower Burner which affects the Liver and leads to rebellious Qi.  Cold body; Cold limbs; Periumbilical palpitations followed by an upsurge of Qi from the abdomen to the sternum as the patient becomes unnerved; Pale tongue, greasy-white coating; Tight-Wiry pulse (Jin Xian).  

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