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Wooden sign painted with a demon's face, China, 1801-1900

This image of a demon’s face was intended to be hung on the doors of homes in China to ward off evil spirits. One of the more ancient aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) was the belief that spirits, ancestors and demons interfere with the body and cause illness.

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A639108

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a medical tradition originating in China, but now used worldwide. Treatments include herbal medicine, massage and acupuncture, which are combined to create a therapy tailored to the patient.