This winter, the southern warm sun shine, easy to melt dryness and heat, coupled with the general weak spleen and stomach in Lingnan area, prone to lung dryness dry cough, blood deficiency yellow, waist and knee soreness, vertigo tinnitus and other symptoms, Guangzhou traditional Chinese medicine hospital respiratory Ye Yan recommended a simple, clean and delicious, can clear nourish dryness, spleen and liver of the daily drink-red jujube wolfberry tea, you might as well try.
Practice:1. Wash the jujube clean to remove the fruit core. 2。 Boil in cold water, then add red dates, Lycium barbarum, and cook for about 5 minutes. 3。 Add the ice sugar and cook until melted.
Ye Yan introduced, red jujube taste sweet warm, return to the spleen and stomach meridian, tonifying qi, nourishing blood and calming the spirit, soothing the liver and relieving depression, can relieve the female bipolar disorder, restlessness, deficiency of qi and blood, and so on. Regular use also helps to strengthen the body and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease.
Ye Yan reminded everyone, Lycium barbarum with jujube bubble water drink, the amount should not be too much, weak physique, poor resistance of the population, need to adhere to the long-term can be effective. However, the following groups should not be taken:
3。 Lycium barbarum has excited intestinal effect, the population of deficiency cold will have the disadvantage of slipped diarrhea, the use of internal heat is not clear. (Media Reporter Zhang Qingmei Correspondent Zhang Jilei, Senior Senior Grade 3)
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