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Does traditional chinese medicine cure raynaud's?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: No cure but may help

There is not a cure, but some research shows that gingko biloba decreases the number of raynaud's vasospasm attacks.
Gingko has vasodilator effects. Like other non-fda-regulated medicines, traditional chinese meds are of uncertain purity, composition, strength, etc... Traditional chinese ideas of avoiding cold drinks, cold foods, cold temperatures, wetness from rain or snow, etc... Can be helpful.

In brief: No cure but may help

There is not a cure, but some research shows that gingko biloba decreases the number of raynaud's vasospasm attacks.
Gingko has vasodilator effects. Like other non-fda-regulated medicines, traditional chinese meds are of uncertain purity, composition, strength, etc... Traditional chinese ideas of avoiding cold drinks, cold foods, cold temperatures, wetness from rain or snow, etc... Can be helpful.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Richard Sanders
Surgery - Vascular

In brief: No

No drug cures raynaud's.
The only cure is to find the underlying disease causing the symptoms and treating it. Otherwise, the only treatment is avoid cold exposure and when in cold environment wear warm gloves and shoes/socks.

In brief: No

No drug cures raynaud's.
The only cure is to find the underlying disease causing the symptoms and treating it. Otherwise, the only treatment is avoid cold exposure and when in cold environment wear warm gloves and shoes/socks.
Dr. Richard Sanders
Dr. Richard Sanders
Thank
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