this is very old Chinese traditional herbal medicine ancient book(Golden Mirror of Medicine),from qing dynasty have more than 200 years(maybe 18th century).the book records the use of acupuncture,herbal medicine and book of changes with chinese script.It is preserved complete by one chinese doctor of my grandfather.
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