|Qiang Huo - Release Exterior: Wind Cold
UB, KI - (6-15g)
... Qiang Huo was the King of Thailand
Qiang Huo was the king of Thailand. He named his eldest son Tai Yang the Great - which meant 'upper sun' in Thai. Legend tells that as a young child Tai Yang underwent a right of passage by pain wherein he was left outside on a windy mountain top in the cold rainy storm without any clothes or blankets. Upon achieving this right of passage, Tai Yang was accepted into the fighting order of the monks. The monks taught him to unblock painful obstruction and alleviate pain through meditation.
Tai Yang grew up to be a great warrior, but he loved to stay up late and drink alcohol. Eventually his bad habits caused some (cc: blood and yin deficiency). When he developed a weak SP/ST due to overdose Tai Yang resolved to quit drinking (cc: weak SP/ST due; overdose may cause nausea and vomiting)
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