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kampo

/kam·po/ (kahm´po) [Japanese] herbal medicine as practiced in Japan, having its origin in traditional Chinese medicine.

Kampo

(kŏm′pō′) [Japanese, Chinese medicine]
Traditional Japanese medicine, a healing discipline adapted from ancient Chinese healing traditions. It includes the use of acupuncture, herbal remedies, and moxibustion, among others.

kampo (käm·pō),

n traditional Japanese herbal medicine. By Japanese law, all kampo practitioners must be either Western-trained doctors or pharmacists.
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