Are you taking those formula based on the prescription from a practitioner or are you taking them by your counsel? Herbal therapy is significantly more involved than trying to match a particular herb to a specific symptom or desired physiological response. So the short answer is that your question, as posed, is not answerable without considerably more information regarding your case.
Keep in mind that herbal therapy is not as intense or fast acting as pharmaceuticals. Depending on how long you've had the anemia it could take several months or even longer to bring the iron back up to 'normal' levels.
In TCM terms anemia is usually associated with a weakness or deficiency of the blood. Certain foods are better to help strengthen the blood. These include eggs, red meat, bone marrow, leafy greens, beets, barley, walnuts, and black sesame among others.