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Chapter 1710 - 1710 Chinese Medicine Market
1710 Chinese Medicine Market
Huo Yao raised her brow looking sideways at Shangguan Yun. “Why? What are you up to now?”
“You’re mistaken. What could I possibly be up to?” Shangguan Yun cleared his throat. “I just don’t want to be separated from you.”
After returning last night, the two of them decided to let Shangguan Yun stay with Min Yu out of concern for his safety.
“Oh really?” Huo Yao smiled ambiguously. “I’m sure you can’t wait for me to leave, right?”!!
Shangguan Yun promptly straightened his back and denied it vehemently. “How can that be? Without you around, I won’t even have the appet.i.te to eat.”
Huo Yao could not be bothered to expose the young man for his hypocrisy.
Shangguan Yun was at a loss.
These days, people did not believe the truth even if they heard it straight.
When Huo Changfeng heard them bicker, he said, “Miss Huo, it’s perfectly fine for the boy to spend a few days at the Huo residence.”
Even though there were a lot of rules at the Huo residence, no one would dare to cause trouble in the main building.
Huo Yao smiled, shaking her head. “The kid is accustomed to life in the countryside. He’ll probably feel better if I don’t restrain him.”
Huo Changfeng glanced at Shangguan Yun but did not insist.
Huo Yao went home to the Huo residence with Uncle Changfeng at noon.
“Where is Master Jinfeng? Is he upstairs?” Huo Changfeng asked the butler as he glanced at the empty living room.
“Master Jinfeng answered a call and went out an hour ago. It seemed urgent,” answered the old butler hurriedly.
Huo Changfeng pondered and asked. “Did Master Jinfeng go out alone?”
“Liu went with him.”
Huo Changfeng felt a little less worried. He knew that Liu was a good fighter and hardly anyone was his match.
Huo Changfeng turned around and looked at Huo Yao. Just as he was about to speak, he paused and said, “Oh yes. We have a race going on in the afternoon. Miss Huo, do you want to check it out?”
He knew Huo Yao was a very good racer. Most good racers were racing enthusiasts as well.
Huo Yao was not interested in seeing the race. On her way back, she kept thinking about how to help treat her eldest uncle.
Even though she had exaggerated her uncle’s condition slightly to Shangguan Tong, he was genuinely losing vitality severely. If he did not get treated soon, something might happen to him.
Considering her eldest uncle’s condition, acupuncture alone was not enough to treat him. Huo Yao contemplated and said, “I don’t want to go to the race. I have a question, Uncle Changfeng. Is there a Chinese medicine market here?”
Huo Changfeng was briefly stunned. “Chinese medicine market?”
Huo Yao nodded. “A place to buy Chinese herbs.”
Huo Changfeng thought about something and quickly said, “Yes, there is. Miss Huo, why do you suddenly need Chinese herbs? Is it for Master Jinfeng?”
“Uh huh,” acknowledged Huo Yao.
Huo Changfeng parted his lips wanting to ask about Master Jinfeng’s condition. However, the old butler was nearby, so he did not ask his question out loud. He simply said, “You don’t know the place well. How about this? Miss Huo, you can write down the list of Chinese herbs you need and I will buy them for you.”
Huo Yao shook her head and turned down the offer. “When it comes to Chinese herbs, things like the season and year in which they were plucked matter sometimes. A layman might not understand the difference. Just give me the address. I can go there on my own.”
Most of the herbs she needed were not expensive. Only a few of them were season sensitive.
The same kind of Chinese herb would have different effects if it were plucked in summer and autumn. This meant it would change the final effect of the medicine.
To be safe, she wanted to buy the Chinese herbs on her own.