The first Chinese local Nobel Prize winner has such a relationship with this woman.

She is Bao Gu, one of the greatest female doctors in Chinese history, and the founder of the Moxibustion Law. Her husband is Ge Hong, a famous pharmacist, alchemist, and monk in the Jin Dynasty. He is the author of "The Elbow Reserve" and "Bao Puzi". "Elbow Reserve Emergency" became a must-have medical book for the official government after the Jin Dynasty. In the 1970s, after more than 1600 years in the practice of Bao Gu, a woman named Tu Yu was inspired by the "Elbow Reserve, the Cold, the Malaria", and the team worked hard to extract the blue. Artemisin, known as the "save 200 million people" discovery. There are countless patients who cure malaria. In 2015, Tu Yu won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and became the first Chinese scientist to win the Nobel Prize in Science and the first Chinese scientist to win the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. It is the highest award ever won by the Chinese medical community and the highest award for Chinese medicine achievements.


Bao Gu was born in the Western Jin Dynasty around 288 AD.



Bao Gu seems to have been doomed to be extraordinary in this life since the day of the birth of Bao Jia. All this benefited first from her father, Bao Tong. Bao Tong has a relationship with Xiandao. When he was five years old, he knew the cause and effect of fate. He said that his previous life was the son of the family of Li, who died in the age of nine. His parents searched for Li's questioning, which was in line with the situation described by the younger child. Bao Tong’s talents are different, and he has a good knowledge of the group books. He is also very fortunate to encounter the immortal preaching. The younger age has become a practitioner, mastering alchemy, autopsy and other techniques.



In ancient times, there were countless ways to cultivate the Taoist temple. If you were to find the root of the source, Bao Tong should be regarded as the grandson of the wife of the Qin Emperor. Under the coincidence of the safety of the drug sales in the East China Sea, the teacher studied from the river, and studied the immortality of the old man, and became the master of the emperor and the alchemist. After passing through Ma Mingsheng and Yin Changsheng, the two Taoists passed on to the generation. From this, we can see that Bao Da’s method of learning is closely related to medical treatment.


Bao Shu and Confucianism both worked as a master. After becoming a family, they also served in the DPRK. They also participated in large and small battles in the troubled times and worked as a Huangmen assistant. However, he was interested in Taoism. After moving to Danyang, he opened the apprenticeship and established a relationship with Ge Hong. This Danyang boy, like Bao Ting who was very young, also has a fairy root. His grandfather Ge Xuan was born in the Three Kingdoms period, and he studied in the Alchemist Zuo Ci, and passed a secret technique to his disciple Zheng Yin. At the age of sixteen, Ge Yin returned his life to Ge Hong.



Ge Hong holds Pu Zi'an and studies in closed doors. Although he was born in the south of the Yangtze River, he was able to read a lot of books and master the books of the Confucianism and Taoism, and he was able to benefit from the practice of health and alchemy. He is indifferent to Rongli, and he is in the state of the world. He is a goddess of peace and is given the title of "Bao Puzi".


In the first year of Tai'an in the Western Jin Dynasty, Zheng Yin predicted that the chaos would come, and brought his disciples into the room. Perhaps he figured out that Ai Gehong had a karma, leaving him alone in Danyang. In this way, Ge Hong turned to the bottom of Bao Shu, and his cultivation and character were all heavily influenced by Bao Biao, and he married the latent Bao Jia, who was in the midst of a wonderful year.



It seems that until this time, Bao Gu was the shadow of the film, scattered in the memory of history. No one knows how she practiced her practice, nor did she test how she studied medicine. Born as the daughter of Bao Tong, he was enlightened by Taoism; for Ge Hong, he even met a like-minded fairy friend. Bao Gu has both a father and a husband who are proficient in the history and longevity of Dan Dao. What they have heard is the way of self-cultivation and alchemy. She is very simple and simple, and they are asking for advice and learning from them on weekdays. How can it be difficult to cultivate a fairy in the Tao?


Moreover, Ge Hongzhi was born in Bao Gu, and he was also a teacher and a friend. The two of them were cruel and naturally had the help of teaching and learning in Taoism. More often, Bao Gu is Ge Hong's right-hand man, together with the medicine alchemy, the double monastic teachings, and a pair of fairy monks.



Later, Bao Tong was transferred to the Nanhai County Taishou, and the family moved. Bao Gu and her husband chose to retreat in Luofu Mountain on the way to the south, and lived a happy day without any questions or quietness.


On June 4, 2011, Pauli Chun took a picture of Wang Meng’s “Zhongchuan Migration”, which was sold for 402.5 million yuan and became the most expensive ancient painting in the history of Chinese auction. The painting is the historical fact that Ge Hong brought his family to the Luofu Mountain with his mouth. Ge Hong looked at the book intently on the back of the cow. Bao Gu took three children on the back of the other cow. Several domestic helpers carried luggage, took the dog, and carried the bird cage.


The brave man porter, a lot of gourds hanging on the edge of the bamboo basket before and after, it must be a variety of immortality; there are utensils, grid trays, probably used to hold a variety of different raw materials.


The migration of Ge Hong’s family was the most expensive immigration in history! Why did he move? Why did this kind of trivial thing happening in the past? It’s because of the story behind it. In the painting, Ge Hongzu is a prominent senior official. Ge Hong was named as "General Fubo" because of his merits on the battlefield. He has been promoted many times since then. In the face of the pride of the officialdom, Ge Hong was very calm in his heart. In the case of political dim and social turmoil, all the glory and prosperity were nothing, so he saw the red dust and practiced the heart.


This is another version of the Ge Gongchuan migration map of the Palace Museum in Beijing. It is also from the hand of Wang Meng. In the painting, the deer is Ge Hong and the cower is Bao Gu.