California License Exams, Pacific College Comps
Ginseng Powder to Overcome Pathogenic Inflences
Release Exterior Disorders with Interior Deficiency
Release the exterior, dispel wind and dampness, augment qi.
Xiao Er Yao Zheng Zhi Jue (1119)
For a person with externally contracted wind-cold-dampness and deficient Zheng qi. Signs and symptoms include high fever and aversion to cold, absence of perspiration, headache, painful stiff neck, muscle ache, glomus and fullness of the chest, stuffy nose, and cough with sputum. Tongue coat is greasy, white. Pulse is floating, soggy.