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Question: Which supplements help with Raynaud's phenomenon?
Answer: As discussed in the Raynaud's phenomenon article in the Encyclopedia, fish oil, Ginkgo biloba, inositol hexanicotinate (a form of the B vitamin niacin), and ginseng have shown some benefit in Raynaud's phenomenon (abnormal sensitivity of hands and feet to cold). Several other types of supplements have been tried without success. For more information, including dosage and clinical evidence, use the links above, and see the Encyclopedia article about Raynaud's phenomenon.
You can also find information for many other medical conditions in the Conditions section of the Encyclopedia, and by searching our index of Health Conditions.