Paresthesia according to Chinese Medicine

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The two herbal formulas that might help with paresthesia

Shu Jing Huo Xue Tang

Source date: 1587 AD

Number of ingredients: 16 herbs

Key actions: Expels Wind Damp from the Channels. Invigorates Blood. Unblocks the channels.

Why might Shu Jing Huo Xue Tang help with paresthesia?

Because it is a formula often recommended to help treat , a pattern sometimes associated with paresthesia. If it looks like you might suffer from , this formula might help (although please seek confirmation with a professional practitioner beforehand).

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Da Fang Feng Tang

Source date: 1107 AD

Number of ingredients: 14 herbs

Key actions: Expel Wind Damp. Relieve pain. Tonify the Liver and the Kidneys. Tonify the Blood and Qi.

Why might Da Fang Feng Tang help with paresthesia?

Because it is a formula often recommended to help treat , a pattern sometimes associated with paresthesia. If it looks like you might suffer from , this formula might help (although please seek confirmation with a professional practitioner beforehand).

Read more about Da Fang Feng Tang here