Herbal Classics: The Shan Han Lun Simplified

Tai Yang -> Yang Ming -> Shao Yang -> Tai Yin -> Shao Yin -> Jue Yin

Taiyang Disease (Alleviated from 9:00am to 3:00pm)
(Taiyang Syndrome: Floating Pulse, Stiff Neck, Headache, Aversion to Wind)
wind attack - superficial xu
wind attack - superficial Xu w/ stiff neck
wind attack - superficial xu w/ wheezing
cold attack - superficial excess
Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen Tang
(just add Ge Gen to Gui Zhi Tang)
Gui Zhi Jia Hou Po Xing Zi Tang
(just add 2: add Hou Po and Xing Ren to Gui Zhi Tang)
Fever/Chills not relieved by sweating, HA, av to wind, stiff neck, nasal cong., dry heaves, no thirst, T: thin white moist coat, P: floating / moderate Greater Yang stage; stiff neck & upper back, sweating, sensitive to wind Tai Yang Syndrome w/ wheezing + slight sweat, or improper treatment w/ purgativesthat failed to release exterior pathogenic factor. Fever and Chills w/out sweating. HA, body, aches, wheezing, T: thin white coat, P: floating tight, CC: dry throat, UTI, chronic carbuncle, blood loss/bleeding
Cold attack - superficial excess: stiff neck or diarrhea
External cold w/ Internal heat
Cold attack - retention of water
Restrained type of wind-cold attack
Gui Zhi Ma Huang Ge Ban Tang
Gui Zhi Tang + Ma Huang + Xing Ren
Fever & chills w/out sweating, stiff rigid back (T: thin white coat) (P: floating tight) Exterior cold w/ Interior Heat: Severe chills/fever w/out sweat, body aches, irritable, possible floating edema (P: floating tight) fever and CHILLS without sweating, coughing, wheezing, sputum: copious, white, stifling chest, heaviness, body aches persistant greater yang stage with exterior pathogen not resolved, qi is weakened, flused face, generalized itching
Taiyang organ syndrome: Water Accumulation:
Taiyang organ syndrome: Blood Accumulation:
Tao He Cheng Qi Tang
(Peach Pit Order the Qi Decoction)
1) headache, fever, strong thirst -> vomit, urinary difficulty, P: floating
2) edema, heaviness, difficult urination, possible diarrhea / vomiting -> sudden turmoil disorder
3) throbbing pulsation around umbilicus, vomiting frothy saliva, vertigo, SOB and coughing 
Acute lower abdominal pain, incontinence of urine, night fevers, delirious speech, irritable, restless, thirsty, women will usually have dysmenorrhea or amenorrhea. In extreme cases manic behavior (P: submerged, full, or choppy)