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  *火* | 火* | *火
fire / urgent / ammunition / fiery or flaming / internal heat (Chinese medicine) / hot (popular) / classifier for military units (old)
HSK 4
traditional Chinese medical science / a doctor trained in Chinese medicine
to grow the intellect / Alpinia oxyphylla, a type of ginger (Chinese medicine)
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  *楚* | 楚* | *楚
distinct / clear / orderly / pain / suffering / deciduous bush used in Chinese medicine (genus Vitex) / punishment cane (old)
(traditional) Chinese medicine / CL: , 種|种
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  *邪* | 邪* | *邪
demonic / iniquitous / nefarious / evil / unhealthy influences that cause disease (Chinese medicine)
to combine traditional Chinese and Western medicine
Chinese and Western medicine / a doctor trained in Chinese and Western medicine
to alleviate fever (medicine) / to clear internal heat (Chinese medicine)
Chinese herbal medicine
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  *尺* | 尺* | *尺
a Chinese foot / one-third of a meter / a ruler / a tape-measure / one of the three acupoints for measuring pulse in Chinese medicine / CL: ,
to improve blood circulation (Chinese medicine)
to detoxify / to relieve fever (in Chinese medicine)
the four social bonds: propriety, justice, integrity and honor / see 禮義廉恥|礼义廉耻 / the four directions / the four limbs (Chinese medicine) / four-dimensional
healthy environment / healthy atmosphere / righteousness / vital energy (in Chinese medicine)
HSK 6
a book on Chinese (herbal) medicine / Chinese materia medica
prescription / recipe (Chinese medicine)
prepared prescription (Chinese medicine)
traditional Chinese medicine / TCM
qi and blood (two basic bodily fluids of Chinese medicine)
unilateral / one-sided / home remedy / folk prescription(same as 丹方) / single-drug prescription (same as 奇方, one of the seven kinds of prescriptions of Chinese medicine 七方) / metaphorically. a good solution
to concoct / to invent / to fabricate / to produce / to process / processing and curing (Chinese medicine)
Chinese goldthread (Coptis chinensis), rhizome used in medicine
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
orange peel / tangerine peel / dried orange peel used in Chinese medicine
the three energies of Chinese medicine: , 氣|气, and
to spend a summer holiday / (esp of Chinese medicine) to relieve summer heat
doctor (Chinese medicine) / ancient official title / companions (respectful)
tuber of the kudzu vine (Pueraria lobata), used in Chinese medicine
sweet fruit of Siraitia grosvenorii (formerly Momordica grosvenori, a gourd of the Curcubitaceae family), grown in Guangxi and used in Chinese medicine
mind / state of mind / attention / (Chinese medicine) psychic constitution
sappan wood (Caesalpinia sappan), used in Chinese medicine / administrative subdivision of banner (county) in Inner Mongolia (Mongol: arrow)
depletion of the spleen (Chinese medicine)
far-reaching ambition / lofty ideal / milkwort (Polygala myrtifolia), with roots used in Chinese medicine
hard lump in the abdomen (in Chinese medicine) / crux of an issue / main point in an argument / sticking point / deadlock in negotiations
bodily fluids (general term in Chinese medicine)
Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine
medical practice (Chinese medicine) (old)
peach kernel, used in Chinese medicine
to let blood (Chinese medicine) / to bleed / to stab sb (slang)
cultivated land / in Chinese medicine, preparation from rhizome of Chinese foxglove (Rehmannia glutinosa)
Amomom (fructus Amomi), plant used in Chinese medicine
to decrease internal heat (Chinese medicine)
four-substance decoction (si wu tang), tonic formula used in Chinese medicine
condition or type of pulse (in Chinese medicine)
orchid / fragrant thoroughwort / (botany) Eupatorium fortunei / Herba Eupatorii (used in Chinese medicine)
schizonepeta, herb used in Chinese medicine
suction cup (used in Chinese medicine to draw the blood and qi 氣|气) / detachable suction chimney to make a stove draw
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  *芫* | 芫* | *芫
lilac daphne (Daphne genkwa), used in Chinese herbal medicine
to clear internal heat (Chinese Medicine)
tisane / decoction (Chinese medicine)
scrofula (in Chinese medicine)
headache (Chinese medicine)
Chinese traditional medicine
Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
morinda root (Morinda officinalis), plant used in Chinese medicine
day lily (Hemerocallis), used in Chinese medicine and cuisine
eight-treasure decoction, tonic formula used in Chinese medicine
(of the heart) palpitating with fear / palpitation (Chinese medicine)
pulse (in Chinese medicine)
localized pain disorder (in Chinese medicine) / arthralgia syndrome / bi disorder
illness having to do with obstruction of urine flow / (Chinese medicine) / retention of urine
bamboo shavings (Bambusa tuldoides) used in Chinese medicine
fire cupping (acupressure technique of Chinese medicine, with fired vacuum cup applied to the skin) / ventouse (vacuum method used in obstetrics)
to relieve oedema through purging or diuresis (Chinese medicine)
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  *臑* | 臑* | *臑
biceps (in Chinese medicine) / (arch.) forelimbs of livestock animal
blocked or painful urination, constipation and vomiting (Chinese medicine)
to apply a hot compress (Chinese medicine)
Iron-Crutch Li, one of the Eight Immortals 八仙 in Chinese mythology, walking around with an iron crutch and carrying a gourd with special medicine
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  *怸* | 怸* | *怸
obscure variant of / Achyranthes bidentata, a root used in Chinese medicine, equivalent to 牛膝
(Chinese medicine) the seven kinds of prescriptions 大方, 小方, 缓方, 急方, 奇方, 偶方 and 重方 or 复方
Amur cork tree (Phellodendron amurense) / cork-tree bark (Chinese medicine)
penis (Chinese medicine)
Armillariella tabescens (mushroom used in trad. Chinese medicine)
cupping glass / fire cupping (acupressure technique of Chinese medicine, with fired vacuum cup applied to the skin) / ventouse (vacuum method used in obstetrics)
dizziness, nausea etc brought on as a side effect of drug treatment (Chinese medicine)
Suzhou numerals, i.e. the ten numerals 〡,〢,〣,〤,〥,〦,〧,〨,〩, nowadays mainly used in traditional trades such as Chinese medicine / also called 草碼|草码
the ten numerals 〡,〢,〣,〤,〥,〦,〧,〨,〩, nowadays mainly used in traditional trades such as Chinese medicine
Chinese traditional medicine
meeting points of qi (in Chinese medicine)
Achyranthes bidentata (root used in Chinese medicine)
small-flowered milkwort (Polygala arvensis Willd. or P. telephioides), with roots used in Chinese medicine
sappan wood (Caesalpinia sappan), used in Chinese medicine
acupuncture and moxibustion (Chinese medicine)
(in Chinese medicine) stasis (of blood or other fluids)
to harmonize the stomach and rectify qi 氣|气 (Chinese medicine)


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