Luofu Mountain is also known as Dongqiao Mountain, a national 5A-level scenic spot, and one of the ten famous mountains in China
Luofu Mountain is also known as Dongqiao Mountain, a national 5A-level scenic spot, and one of the ten famous Daoist mountains in China. It is the seventh of the ten major caves of Taoism and the thirty-fourth of the seventy-two blessings. It is known as the first mountain in Lingnan. Known for its medicine market, the historian Sima Qian of the Han Dynasty once compared Luofu Mountain to "Yueyue". During the Eastern Jin Dynasty, Ge Hong, the originator of Chinese pharmacology, used Alchemy Medicine to help the world practice medicine. He left many valuable pharmacological works and was regarded as "Ge Xian" by later generations. Since the Luofu Mountain Mountains grow more than 1,000 rare and precious Chinese medicinal materials, it is also known as the "Dongtian Medicine Depot".