Bian Que's tomb is free to visit. The small square is very clean. There is a cultural monument at the entrance, a thousand-year-old turtle. There is an exhibition hall on admission. The Second Entrance Hospital is a mausoleum. On the left is the exhibition hall of ten famous doctors. Qian Yi, Zhang Zhongjing, Gehong and so on. On the right is the history exhibition hall of traditional Chinese medicine. There are alchemy stoves, needles, bronzers and so on.
Bian Que, surnamed Qin and called Yue Ren, was a person in the Warring States Period. Bian Que was very skilled in medicine. It is said that she was buried in this place after her death. Bian Que saw the story of Cai Huan Gong. She learned it when she went to school.
This is an excellent scenic spot recommended by local people. It is said that people have less air and can understand the life of Bian Que, a famous doctor of a generation. The most important thing is that it is still far away from the place where he takes us to eat. So go ahead, okay. The advantages he said are there after he went.
Bian Que is a god doctor of a generation. His story is worth thinking deeply. Come and see if it's still good. Many people still worship him.
His story is worth pondering. Come and see if it's good. Many people still adore him. I recommend it.
Bian Que, formerly known as the Qin and Yue people, was born in the Bohai Sea during the Warring States Period, and was also the first generation of famous doctors to be seen in historical records. He pioneered the four diagnostic methods of traditional Chinese medicine, which brought him back from death many times. However, after he entered the Qin Dynasty, his exquisite skills aroused the resentment of the imperial doctors of the Qin Kingdom, and eventually he died in the hands of his colleagues here.
Visiting here and praying for good health is the practice of many people, but I prefer to listen to some stories about Bian Que's treatment and rescue. Bian Que's tomb is not as gorgeous as the emperor's tomb, nor is it a plain plain plain plain and quiet place for hundreds of years, which deserves people's respect.