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 The Soup for removing the Heat and overcoming the  461 8 candareens.

Add 3 slices of ginger, and make a decoction in water.

No. 40. - Li Ye-p'oThe Soup for removing the Heat and overcoming the  462 imitating the child reverencing. - To cure the same as the preceding.

The Soup for removing the Heat and overcoming the  463

Sit firmly, extend straight both feet, use pressure to the root of the thighs, let the heart think, and revolve the air 12 times.