Like people in all ages, the Israelites rebelled. They were getting sick and dying from snake bites, so Moses got up on a cliff with his long hair waving in the wind. He held up his staff, wrapped with a snake, and said that all the people needed to do to be healed was look back toward God (represented by the staff), and they would live.
The solution to your well-being is to go outside your cave and rake the snow. This will keep your mind and body active and give you an escape path should you need it. OR alternatively: 广 + 隶, cave + bondservant Your well-being improves when you have a bondservant in the cave to rake the snow for you.
You have an experiment of sorts going on in your cave. You got so much juice from your tangerine spearing that you have dried it into a primitive Tang powder. You made yourself a mini rake to mix it and sample it regularly with your mouth. (Now, of course, this character does not refer to the fake orange drink, but the Tang dynasty of China.)