This section is from the book "The Beverages of the Chinese; Kung-fu or Tauist Medical Gymnastics; the Population of China; A Modern Chinese Anatomist and A Chapter in Chinese Surgery.", by John Dudgeon. Also available from Amazon: Kung Fu, or Taoist Medical Gymnastics.
Prescription. - Take of hwang-p'o (moistened in salted water and afterwards roasted), ch'iang-hwo, tze-hsieh, ts'ang-shu, prepared liquorice (half the quantity of the other ingredients), tu-chung (roasted), pai-shao (roasted in wine), mu-kwa, wei-ling-hsien, orange peel, of each 1 mace; niu-hsi 8 candareens.
Add 3 slices of ginger, and make a decoction in water.
No. 40. - Li Ye-p'o imitating the child reverencing. - To cure the same as the preceding.
Sit firmly, extend straight both feet, use pressure to the root of the thighs, let the heart think, and revolve the air 12 times.