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

p. 149

21.—For the Solar Term of the Eleventh Month, named "Great Snow."—Standing straight, the knees extended, both hands to the right and left as if supporting the two feet, right and left stamping, each 5 × 7 times, etc. To cure wind and dampness of the feet and knees, heat of the mouth, dryness of the tongue, swelling of the throat, jaundice, hungry, and cannot eat, cough, hæmoptysis, asthma, vision indistinct, fear (as if about to be seized).—See Figure.

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