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Wind heat invading lung

The syndrome of wind heat invading the lung refers to the syndrome of wind heat invading the lung system and lung health. Exogenous wind heat evil is a series of symptoms caused by incomprehension on the surface, melting heat into the interior, invading the lung, and the lung is not clear.


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