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leisurely, loosen, powdered medicine, to scatter, to come loose散 [san3]
(Chinese) traditional medicine传统医药 [chuan2 tong3 yi1 yao4]
(Chinese) traditional medicine傳統醫藥 [chuan2 tong3 yi1 yao4]
(in Chinese medicine) stasis (of blood or other fluids)淤滞 [yu1 zhi4]
(in Chinese medicine) stasis (of blood or other fluids)瘀滯 [yu1 zhi4]
(phonetic), loose娑 [suo1]
(set phrase) unhurried, composed, leisurely不慌不忙 [bu4 huang1 bu4 mang2]
(traditional) Chinese medicine中药 [Zhong1 yao4]
(traditional) Chinese medicine中藥 [Zhong1 yao4]
a book on Chinese (herbal) medicine, Chinese materia medica本草 [ben3 cao3]
a Chinese foot, one-third of a meter, a ruler, a tape-measure, a musical note on the traditional Chinese scale, one of the three acupoints for measuring pulse in Chinese medicine尺 [chi3]
a loose woman, a slut騷貨 [sao1 huo4]
a loose woman, a slut骚货 [sao1 huo4]
Achyranthes bidentata (root used in Chinese medicine)牛膝 [niu2 xi1]
adjourn, scatter散 [san4]
alternative medicine另类医疗 [ling4 lei4 yi1 liao2]
alternative medicine另類醫療 [ling4 lei4 yi1 liao2]
angelica (type of iris; plant root used for medicine)芷 [zhi3]
anti-inflammatory (medicine)抗炎性 [kang4 yan2 xing4]
antibiotic medicine消炎药 [xiao1 yan2 yao4]
antibiotic medicine消炎藥 [xiao1 yan2 yao4]
Armillariella tabescens (mushroom used in trad. Chinese medicine)亮菌 [liang4 jun1]
arnebia, Lithospermum officinale, radices lithospermi used in Chinese medicine紫草 [zi3 cao3]
aromatherapy (alternative medicine)香熏疗法 [xiang1 xun1 liao2 fa3]
aromatherapy (alternative medicine)香燻療法 [xiang1 xun1 liao2 fa3]
bamboo shavings (Bambusa tuldoides) used in Chinese medicine竹茹 [zhu2 ru4]
biceps (in Chinese medicine), (arch.) forelimbs of livestock animal臑 [nao4]
bodily fluids (general term in Chinese medicine)津液 [jin1 ye4]
buckwheat, herbal medicine,荍 [shou1]
capsule (containing medicine), husk (of corn)包衣 [bao1 yi1]
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