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

No. 46.—Chang Yao-yang (#) imitating the Child worshipping the Goddess of Mercy.—To cure pain in front and back of heart.

The body to assume the Chinese figure 8 (#); bend the head as far as the front of the chest, place the two hands on the abdomen, and revolve the air 19 times.

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The Soup of the Two Oranges.

Prescription.—Take of chih-so (same as so-sha-mi), Amomum villosum, pan-hsia, orange peel, chih-shïh, sha-jên, hsiang-fu, mu-hsiang, hou-p‘o, hwei-hsiang, hsuan-hu, ts‘ao-tou-k‘ou, tze-su (stem and leaves), of each the same quantity. Add ginger 3 slices, and make a decoction.

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