Sanfutie, typical counter-season treatment in traditional Chinese medicine

2019-07-15 16:38:45 Xinhua Xinhua

A boy receives sanfutie treatment in Binzhou, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Chen Bin/Xinhua)

A citizen receives moxibustion therapy in Cangzhou, north China's Hebei Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. (Photo by Yuan Liwei/Xinhua)

A boy receives sanfutie treatment in Lucun Village of Yiyuan County, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Zhao Dongshan/Xinhua)

A man receives sanfutie treatment in Lucun Village of Yiyuan County, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Zhao Dongshan/Xinhua)

A man receives sanfutie treatment in Gaoqing County, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Zhang Weitang/Xinhua)

A patient receives moxibustion therapy in Gaoqing County, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. (Photo by Zhang Weitang/Xinhua)

A man receives sanfutie treatment in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Liang Zidong/Xinhua)

A nurse prepares to make sanfutie treatment for a patient in Gaoqing County, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Zhang Weitang/Xinhua)

A girl receives sanfutie treatment in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Jia Minjie/Xinhua)

A doctor prepares sanfutie treatment in Binzhou, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Chen Bin/Xinhua)

A boy receives sanfutie treatment in Linyi, east China's Shandong Province, July 12, 2019. Friday marks the beginning of sanfu, which refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year. Sanfutie, a typical counter-season treatment in the system of traditional Chinese medicine, treats cold-weather-related illnesses in hot summer with a bandage made of traditional Chinese herbal medicine placed on various acupuncture points on the body. (Photo by Xu Chuanbao/Xinhua)

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