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

No. 40.—Li Ye-p‘o (#) imitating the child reverencing.—To cure the same as the preceding.

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Sit firmly, extend straight both feet, use pressure to the root of the thighs, let the heart think, and revolve the air 13 times.

The Hai-t'ung-p‘i Potion.

Prescription.—Take hai-t‘ung-p‘i, wu-chia-p‘i, chw‘an-tu-hwo, chïh-ch‘iöh, fang-fêng, tu-chung (roasted), niu-hsi (digested in wine), i-i-jên (roasted), of each 1½ ounces. Put it into good wine, boil it to drive off the "fire" and the poison; to be taken on an empty stomach. Dose 5 mace.

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