Pacific College Comps
Release Exterior Disorders with Head and Neck Symptoms
Release the exterior and muscle layer, generate fluids
Shang Han Lun (Eastern Han, approximately 200 AD)
Wind-cold binding in the taiyang channel, preventing the movement of fluid and leading to very stiff upper back and neck. Presents with fever and chills and no sweating. Tongue coat is thin and white. Pulse is floating and tight.