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Kung-Fu, or Tauist Medical Gymnastics, by John Dudgeon, [1895], at

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20.—For the Middle of the Tenth Month, termed "Slight Snow."—One hand placed on the knee, the other grasping the elbow, right and left using force 3 × 5 times, etc. To cure wind, damp, and warm poison of the wrist and elbow, a wife's enlargement of the small abdomen and a husband's hernia, fox (?) hernia (all sorts of hernia), incontinence of urine, swelling of the joints, contraction of tendons, small membrum virile, five sorts of gonorrhœa (wind, fire, cold, poison, damp), diarrhœa, fear, fulness of the chest, asthma of the lower ribs. (See Figure).

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