Spring Six Porridge and Liver
Spring is the season for the recovery of all things.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the liver is similar to the grass and trees, and the grass germinates and grows in the spring; the liver is also more active in the spring.
Therefore, nourishing the liver in the spring is the first to nourish the liver.
Here are some of the liver nourishing porridge, you may wish to symptomatically.
Celery porridge: 150 grams of celery, previously 100 grams of rice, wash the celery with roots, add water to cook each time, take the juice and cook with rice all the time to make porridge.
In the spring, liver yang is easy to move, which often makes people feel angry and dizzy. People with this disease or middle-aged and elderly people often eat celery porridge, which has certain benefits in regulating the liver, lowering blood pressure and reducing irritability.
Spinach porridge: 250 grams of spinach, 250 grams of previous rice, salt, MSG each amount.
Wash the spinach, blanch it in boiling water, cut into sections; place the rice in an aluminum pan, add an appropriate amount of water, and cook until the rice is cooked. Put the spinach in the porridge and continue to cook until the porridge is ceased.With salt, MSG is ready.
Spinach porridge has better preventive effects on hypertension, headache, dizziness, anemia, and diabetes caused by insufficient liver and yin.
Chrysanthemum porridge: 15 grams of chrysanthemum, 100 grams of previous rice.
The chrysanthemum was washed, and the rice was washed before.
Chrysanthemum, put the rice in the pot before, add an appropriate amount of water, cover, boil on high heat, and simmer until the porridge is ready.
The porridge disperses wind and heat, clears the liver, and lowers blood pressure.
It is suitable for dizziness, headache, red eyes, scabies, swelling and poison, and essential hypertension.
Plum porridge: Take 5 grams of white plum, 80 grams of previous rice, first boil the previous rice into porridge, add white plum, and boil for two or three minutes. You can eat one bowl at each meal for three or five consecutive days.
Plum blossoms are flat, can relieve liver and qi, and stimulate appetite.
People who have anorexia eat better, and those who are healthy eat more calories.
Mulberry porridge: 30 grams of mulberry (60 grams for fresh mulberry), 60 grams of glutinous rice, moderate sugar.
Wash the mulberries, cook with glutinous rice, and add rock sugar after cooking.
Mulberry porridge can nourish liver yin, nourish blood and eyesight.
Suitable for dizziness caused by liver and kidney deficiency, insomnia and more dreams, tinnitus, backache, and early whiteness.
Cassia seed porridge: 10 grams of cassia seeds (available in Chinese medicine stores), 60 grams of rice, a small amount of rock sugar.
First, cassia seeds are cooked with water, and the right amount of juice is used. Cook the rice with rice juice, add porridge and add sugar to serve.
The porridge has clear liver, eyesight, and laxative.
It has obvious effects on redness and swelling of eyes, photophobia and tears, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and habitual constipation.