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

17.—For the Solar Term of the Ninth Month, called "Cold Dew."—Sitting upright raise both arms, jerk up the body as if supporting something, right and left 5 × 7 times,

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etc. To cure all sorts of vicious wind, cold, and damp, pain of the ribs, head, neck, loins, and spine, head-ache, eyes as if falling out, neck as if being pulled out, hæmorrhoids, fistulæ in ano, insanity, head painful on both sides, frontal pain and also pain of vertex, yellowness of eyes, polypus, epistaxis, cholera, and such like. (See Figure).

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