Medicinal diet originates from traditional Chinese diet and TCM diet culture. Medicinal diet is guided by the theories of Chinese medicine, gastronomy and nutrition, and strictly follows the formula of medicinal diet, matching Chinese medicine with certain foods with medicinal value, and adopts unique Chinese diet Delicious food with a certain color, fragrance, taste and shape made by cooking technology and modern scientific methods. (In short, medicated food is a delicacy made by matching medicinal materials and ingredients.) It is the product of the combination of traditional Chinese medical knowledge and cooking experience. It "combines medicine with food", not only uses medicine as food, but also gives food for medicinal purposes. Medicine borrows food power and food aids medicine. The two complement each other and complement each other; it has high nutritional value and can prevent disease. Treat diseases, maintain health, and prolong life.
Old hen, rooster, Chinese herbal medicine, medicated diet
Prevention and treatment of diseases, health care and strengthening of the body, prolonging life
Chinese traditional diet and TCM diet culture
Rizhao City, Shandong Province
Taigongwang (alias Jiang Taigong, Jiang Ziya)
Taigongwang red braised chicken, braised chicken offal, shredded chicken soup
People who have the need for physical fitness and those who are weak and sick
table of Contents
00001. 1 Brief history of development
00003. ▪ Origin
00004. ▪The period of ignorance
00005. The budding period
00006. ▪Foundation Laying Period
00007. Beginning at the end of Shang
00008. ▪Spring and Autumn Period
00009. ▪Xin Mang Period
00010. ▪Formation period
00001. ▪Comprehensive development period
00003. According to the form
00004. ▪According to the production method
00005. ▪According to function
00006. ▪According to nourishing form
00007. 3 Features and effects
00008. Serving Dialectically
00009. ▪ Both prevention and treatment
00001. ▪Easy to take
00002. Treatment of diseases
00003. ▪Health care
00004. ▪ Nourishing Yin and Activating Blood
00005.4 Principles of Application
00007. ▪ Meals due to certificates
00008. ▪ Varies with time
00009. ▪ Meals for people
00010. ▪ Varies from place to place
00002. ▪Compatibility Taboo
00003. Do not take medicine
00004. ▪ Patient taboo
00005. ▪ Cooking principles
00006. ▪Symptomatic prescription
00007. 5 specific applications
A brief history
Medicinal diet is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine. It is a unique clinical and practical discipline gradually formed by the Chinese nation after thousands of years of continuous exploration and accumulation. It is a precious cultural heritage left by the ancestors of the Chinese nation.
The development of modern medicated diet is based on summing up the experience of the ancients, and has been further improved. Its application is more in line with the development of Chinese medicine theory, and attention should be paid to
Medicinal diet and culture
Taking the research and application of modern scientific theories, it has its theoretical and scientific development direction. Its development characteristics are more diverse.
The first is to sum up and apply the experience of the predecessors without being muddled by the ancients. Guided by the theory of Chinese medicine, formulating meals from the theories of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements, the theory of viscera, the medicinal properties and compatibility of Chinese medicine has been formed for a long time. A more systematic theoretical system. For example, follow the medicinal theory of traditional Chinese medicine, emphasizing "sour into the liver, bitterness into the heart, sweetness into the spleen, pungent into the lungs, and salty into the kidneys."
Second, focus on the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and diet. In addition to the distinctive features of traditional Chinese medicine, the medicated diet also has the general characteristics of food, emphasizing color, aroma, taste, shape, and nutritional value. Therefore, a good medicated diet should be both right The human body has a positive effect on health and disease prevention, and has a good nutritional effect on the human body. It also stimulates people's appetite and gives people an endless aftertaste.
Third, in the technical operation and special application of modern medicated diet, "the eight immortals cross the sea, each showing its abilities". Because medicated diet is a special food, it also has its own characteristics in cooking methods, except for general food cooking methods. , The raw materials must be processed according to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine processing. For example, the lotus leaf and phoenix preserved in Chengdu Tonghuitang, the Cordyceps steamed chicken, the ginkgo chicken from Guangchuntang, the ginseng bear paw of Jilin, and the fried ginseng pheasant slices are all famous for their unique characteristics.
Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the publication of monographs on medicated diet and diet therapy has been published, and there are more than 50 types. For example, the more influential authority is the "Chinese Clinical Medicine and Diet Therapy" published by People's Medical Publishing House in 80, as well as the publication of scientific and technical literature. The Chinese Medicinal Diet Book Series and the Chinese Medicinal Diet Preventing and Treating Disease Series of the Society have done a lot of work to promote the Chinese medicated diet diet culture, and made active contributions to the promotion of health-preserving medicated diet medical care.Especially in the past ten years, under the call of human beings to return to nature, medicated diet, a natural food that integrates healing and nourishment, has been popular. Medicinal diet restaurants have sprung up, and various high-quality and popular medicinal diet books have continued In Fu Zi, a special medicated diet organization was established, medicated diet has begun to move from China to the world, and medicated diet is developing towards industrialization and modernization.
According to historical facts and existing data, the source of medicated diet can be divided into the following stages.
In order to survive, human ancestors had to find food everywhere in nature. Over time, it was discovered that certain animals and plants not only can be used as food to satisfy hunger, but also have medicinal value. In the primitive stage of human society, people did not have the ability to separate food from medicine. This phenomenon of combining food and medicine into one formed the source and embryonic form of medicated diet. Perhaps it is based on such a situation that Chinese traditional medicine says that "medicine and food are of the same origin."
Modern archaeologists have discovered a lot of medicinal foods from primitive times, and modern ethnology has also discovered that some peoples in primitive times will make medicinal foods. All these prove that medicated diet can indeed be said to have originated in the primitive age of mankind. Of course, this primitive medicated diet cannot be said to be a real medicated diet. People at that time did not consciously use the medicinal properties of food. The real medicated diet can only appear in the civilized era after mankind has rich knowledge of medicine and accumulated rich cooking experience. So when did the real medicated diet originate in China, and how did it develop and evolve? Since the appearance of Chinese characters, there have been medicinal characters and food characters in oracle bone inscriptions and bronze inscriptions. The word medicated diet was used in conjunction with the word "medicine" and "diet". Among them are the words "Mother adjusts the medicine and eats and thinks deeply." "Song History·Zhang Guan Biography" also has a record of "Flea Qi was offering medicated food". These records prove that at least a thousand years ago, the name medicated diet appeared in China. Before the word medicated diet appeared, there were records about the production and application of medicated diet in ancient Chinese books.
1. "Mencius" said: "Food, color, and sex" refers to human instincts.
"The people take food as the sky" is an old saying that refers to the importance of human beings to "fill their stomachs" in order to survive and reproduce offspring to maintain the body's metabolism.
2. The most important thing for primitive people is to forage. The food at that time was completely dependent on the gift of nature. There are many kinds of foods, and it is inevitable to accidentally eat inappropriate foods and cause adverse reactions.
"Han Feizi·Five Beetles" said: "In the ancient times... the people eat fruits, melons, mussels and clams, which are fishy and stench, and hurt the stomach and stomach, and people have many diseases."
"Huainanzi·Xiuwuxun" also said: "The people of the ancients used to drink water from grass, harvest the fruits of trees, eat the flesh of worms, and suffer from many diseases and poisons." It shows that the ancestors of ancient times were indeed suffered. The torment and distress of diseases caused by harmful diets.
3. After long-term life practice, people gradually realize which foods are beneficial to eat; which are harmful and unsuitable to eat. "Huainanzi·Xiuwu
Shennong Taste Baicao
"Xun" said: "Shen Nong... taste the taste of herbs, the sweets and bitters of water springs, so that the people know and avoid, at this time, they encountered seventy poisons in a day", vividly explained the ancestors in the process of searching for food , Avoid toxic, non-toxic foods. At the same time, people have discovered that there are many kinds of foods that can relieve the pain caused by diseases, and some foods have the effect of strengthening the body after eating. As a result, many foods that can be fruitful and treat diseases are valued by people. This is the theoretical basis of "medicine and food homology" in Chinese medicine. In short, when human beings discover food, they also include the emergence of dietetic medicine. The so-called "homologous medicine and food" should be understood as stemming from the same discovery process, not that food is medicine, but medicine is food.
4. Primitive people use natural wildfires to artificially create fires (the flints drill wood to make fires). Because of "burnt meat on fire and burnt valley on stone", people can get richer nutrition, make food more in line with sanitary requirements, and improve human health and Enhanced disease resistance has positive health care significance for human health care, and fire is more significant in the evolution of humans. The above-mentioned people's choice and processing of food and some measures to ensure their health are all unconscious actions in life. There is no concept of diet therapy and medicinal food at all, so it is called the ignorance period. Although in a state of ignorance, it is a difficult and long step and an important step in the history of human development.
According to the literature, the origin of Chinese medicine diet therapy can be traced back to the Xia Yu era. At this time, there are many cooking methods, such as Yiyin soup in the Shang Dynasty. His cooking skills are high and he served as the chef of the soup king.
According to the oracle-bone inscriptions, there are a variety of food crops such as grass, wheat, millet, rice, and rice, which have been able to make large quantities of wine. Pottery wine vessels have been discovered in the Neolithic Longshan Cultural Site before Shang Tang. Alcohol is a drink and has obvious medical effects. Later generations believe that it has the effect of "the evil spirit comes in time, and you can take it well". Because it is an organic solvent, it can dissolve more effective ingredients, making it into a medicinal wine, which later developed into an anesthetic. Wine is often used in diet cooking.
According to legend, Yi Di once made a wine and offered it to Xia Yu to taste for fitness. "The Book of Songs·Wind·July" so-called "for this spring wine, to help life eyebrows", it is said that wine has the effect of delaying aging, promoting longevity and strengthening the body. In the Shang Dynasty, Yi Yin made soup and wrote "The Classic of Soup" to treat illnesses by cooking.
"Lu Shi Chun Qiu · Ben Taste Chapter" contains: "The ginger of Yangpu, the osmanthus of osmanthus", ginger and osmanthus are both pungent and warm products, have the effect of resisting wind and cold, and are also commonly used condiments in cooking. The soup cooked with this is not only a food but also a decoction, which shows that the Shang Dynasty has a simple diet therapy, which has the embryonic form of a dietary medicine.
In the Zhou Dynasty, people were very particular about food. Especially in the ruling class, food-related systems and official positions have been established. Among the four types of medicine in "Zhou Li·Tian Guan", food doctors rank first among disease doctors, sore doctors, and veterinarians. The responsibilities of food doctors are "the palm and king of six foods, six desires, six foods, a hundred delicacies, a hundred sauces, and eight treasures." It can be seen that the close relationship between diet and health has been clarified at that time.
Confucius, an educator in the late Spring and Autumn Period, put forward specific requirements for food hygiene. For example, it was written in "The Analects of Confucius · Xiangdang": "Never tired of eating essence, not tired of fine meat, eating fish is discouraged but not eating meat, not eating evil and not eating" etc. The law is based on the purpose of health care. By paying attention to diet, in order to prevent the occurrence of diseases, the purpose of health food therapy is clear and conscious psychology and behavior. It shows that diet therapy and medicated diet are early development and have entered the embryonic stage.
"Food Medicine" is recorded in "Zhou Li". The food doctor mainly manages the taste, warmth and quantity of Zhou Tianzi’s "six foods", "six drinks", "six meals", "baid" and "baijiang". The work of food doctors is similar to that of modern nutrition doctors. At the same time, the book also involves some other food therapy content. "Zhou Li·Tian Guan" also recorded that disease doctors advocated using "five flavors, five grains, and five drugs to nourish the disease." The ulcer doctor advocates “nourishing bone with acid, nourishing muscle with pungent, nourishing pulse with salt, nourishing qi with bitterness, nourishing flesh with sweet, and nourishing pores by slippery”. These propositions are already mature dietary principles. These records show that China had a wealth of knowledge about medicated diets as early as the Western Zhou Dynasty, and there were full-time personnel engaged in the production and application of medicinal diets.
The "Huang Di Nei Jing", which was written during the Warring States Period, contains: "Whoever wants to diagnose a disease must ask for food and abode", "Healing must be based on the basis", "Medicine is used to cure it, and food is used to follow
Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic
"He" and said: "People are based on five grains", "Heaven cannibalizes people with five qi, and earth cannibalizes with five flavors", "Five flavors are imported and hidden in the intestines and stomach", "Poisons attack evil, grains are nourishment, and five fruits are Helping, five animals for benefit, five vegetables for filling, and taking them together with the smell, in order to replenish essence and nourish qi".
The "Shan Hai Jing", which is close to the time when the "Huang Di Nei Jing" was written, also mentioned the medicinal value of some foods: "Tochigi is fruitful, but not old." The records of the above-mentioned medical records show that the theory of diet therapy in China has taken shape in the pre-Qin period. There are 13 prescriptions in the "Huangdi Neijing", 8 of which are combined medicine and food. The preparation method is to grind the first three kinds of food into pellets and serve with abalone soup. Mainly used to treat blood blight. It shows that the production and application of medicated diet are also more mature at this time.
After long-term practice, the knowledge of dietary therapy and medicated diet has gradually transitioned to the theoretical stage. In the Warring States Period, there was finally a theory about diet therapy, which marked a leap in the development of diet therapy, which was specifically embodied in the relevant chapters of the "Huang Di Nei Jing". The book proposed a systematic diet therapy theory, which is important for Chinese diet, diet and medicated diet. Practice has had a profound impact.
The important role of diet and nutrition: if the diet is appropriate, it can be healthy. "It is the reason and the five flavors, the bones are strong and the muscles are soft, the qi and blood flow, the muscles and bones are dense, and the truth is the essence. ". "Lingshu·Five Flavors" first puts forward the important significance of diet for human health: "The grain begins to enter the stomach, and the subtle ones first come from the two burns of the stomach, to irrigate the five internal organs, and do not follow the two lines of health." "Lingshu·Ying Health Association" said: "People receive qi from the valley, and the valley enters the stomach to pass it to the lungs. The internal organs and six organs are all to receive qi." It shows that diet and nutrition are important to human health. In the case of pathology, even with the help of medication, one should also pay attention to diet to regulate the disease. This is the dietary principle put forward during this period.
The use of drugs to treat diseases should be limited in moderation, and the use of drugs should not be excessive to avoid physical damage. It should be cured by dietary conditioning. As the "Suwen·Zangqi Law Time Theory" said: "Five grains are for nourishment, five fruits are for help, five animals are for benefit, and five vegetables are for supplement, and the smell is combined, so as to replenish essence." The animal and plant foods cooperate with each other and use them comprehensively to make up for their weaknesses, so as to give full play to the positive effects of diet and nutrition on the human body, and ultimately achieve the goal of healing.
Nature and flavor of food: "Internal Classic" points out that food also has four natures and five flavors. The four natures are cold, hot, warm, and cold; the five flavors are sour, bitter, sweet, pungent, and salty. According to different types of diseases, we choose different types of foods and carry out targeted treatments. In the five flavors, "the sweetness and sweetness diverge as yang, the sour and bitterness as yin, the salty taste as yin, and the light taste as yang". Food is also divided into two categories, yin and yang, according to the requirements of treatment, choose foods with different flavors. Treating food as medicine, the nature and taste theory of traditional Chinese medicine has an important guiding role in dietary medicine.
Five flavors have their own biases to the five internal organs: Under the active guidance of the Five Elements Theory, the ancestors discovered that food and medicine have their own biases towards human internal organs. "Su Wen · The Most Really Important Theory" says: "The five flavors of the husband enter the stomach and each belongs to their liking, so acid enters the liver first, bitterness enters the heart, sweetness enters the spleen first, pungent enters the lungs, and salt enters the kidneys." This shows that the affinities of foods of different tastes to different viscera should be different in the treatment of visceral diseases. According to the theory of the Five Elements Shengke, "Internal Classic" analyzes the complexity of using different tastes and diets to regulate and treat visceral diseases. At this stage, according to the above-mentioned dietary therapy theory, people classify the taboos of food. As stated in "Suwen·Zang Qi Fa Shilun": "The liver is green, suitable for eating sweet, japonica rice, beef, jujube, and sunflower. The heart is red, suitable for sour food, jujube, dog meat, plum, and leeks are all sour. . Lung color is white, suitable for eating bitter, wheat, mutton, and scallion are bitter. Spleen is yellow, suitable for eating salty, soy, pig meat, millet, and scallion are all salty. Kidney color is black, suitable for eating pungent, yellow millet, chicken, peach, Green onions are pungent." These are the fruits and vegetables that are suitable for eating when the five internal organs are sick. At the same time, the "Internal Classics" clearly pointed out the food taboos of various diseases. For example, "Lingshu·Five Flavors" pointed out: "The five flavors enter the mouth, and each has its own characteristics, and each has its own disease", "acid and tendons, eating too much makes people thirsty; To lose the breath, eating too much makes one's heart; bitter away from the bones, eating too much makes you nauseous; eating away from the meat is sweet. To eat too much makes you feel heart-wrenching" "Suwen·Five Zang Formation Chapter" and pointed out that eating the five flavors The harm is: "If you eat more salty food, your pulse will weep and change color; if you eat more bitter food, your skin will be haunted and your hairs will be plucked; if you eat more pungent, you will be nervous and your claws will be dry; Eating sweet food will cause bone pain.” Although these statements contain the suspicion of mechanically applying the theory of the five elements, but in principle, it points out that any food has the advantage of smell. For example, the philosophy of overeating is not good for health. It is indeed a dietary principle that should be followed. The ancient medical silk book unearthed in the Han Tomb No. 3 at Mawangdui, Changsha, Hunan Province in 1973 is said to be a medical work before the Warring States Period. The book talks about the methods of beverage health care, and particularly emphasizes the effects of wine and leeks in prolonging life and nourishing and strengthening the body. "Drinkers, the essence of the five grains is also, it enters the middle and disperses, and it enters the rationale, and it is thorough and Zhou", "Ten Questions" "Ten Questions".
"Shen Nong's Materia Medica", written in the Han Dynasty, is the earliest monograph on pharmacology in China. It contains 365 kinds of medicines, including about 50 kinds of medicinal foods, such as wild jujube, orange grapefruit, grape, jujube, sea clam, dried Ginger, red bean, corn, longan, crab, almonds, peach kernels, etc., including rice, vegetables, insects, fish, poultry, meat and other "food drugs", and recorded that these drugs have the effect of "lighting the body and prolonging life". It shows that attention and affirmation have been given to the medicinal value of some foods. As for the proposal of medicated diet, it has probably been recorded in the Eastern Han Dynasty. For example, in the "Hou Han Shu · Biography of Women", there is a record of family medicated diet that "mother adjusts medicated diet...sentimental and close". It can be described as the origin of the term medicated diet. Many have been used.
Zhang Zhongjing, a famous physician of the Eastern Han dynasty, has content about diet and medicated food in "Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases". "The Synopsis of the Golden Chamber" has a special chapter on "food prohibition", which lists pig skin soup for treating Shaoyin sore throat and treating postpartum abdominal pain. Chinese angelica ginger mutton soup, Guizhi soup, Lily chicken yellow soup, etc. These dietary remedies are still commonly used clinically. Zhang Zhongjing said: "The taste of food is suitable for the disease and harm to the body. If the taste is suitable, it will benefit the body, and the harm will become the disease." He has already stated quite clearly the important role of food therapy in the treatment process.
During this period, monographs on diet therapy and medicated diet appeared. According to the "Han Shu·Yiwenzhi" and the "Seven Records" of the Liang Dynasty, such as "Shen Nong Huangdi Food Forbidden", "Huangdi Miscellaneous Diet Taboo", "Food Formula", "Shi Jing", "Taoguan Shijing" and "Taoguan Shifa" show that diet therapy and medicated diet during this period have received considerable attention. Unfortunately, these monographs have been lost.
During the Qin and Han Dynasties, the medicated diet had further development. The book Shennong's Materia Medica in the late Eastern Han Dynasty collected 365 kinds of medicines, including jujube, ginseng, wolfberry, schisandra, rehmannia glutinosa, coix seed, poria, adenophorum, ginger, angelica, almond, ebony, walnut, and lotus seed. , Longan, lily, aconite, etc., are all medicinal foods, often used as raw materials for preparing medicinal meals.
"Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases" and "Golden Chamber Synopsis" by Zhang Zhongjing, a famous doctor in the Han Dynasty, further developed the theory of traditional Chinese medicine. In addition to medication, a large number of dietary conditioning methods were used to cooperate, such as Baihu Decoction, Taohua Decoction, and Bamboo Leaf Gypsum Soup, Guadi San, Shizao Soup, Ganmai and Big Date Soup, etc. In terms of diet therapy, Zhang Zhongjing not only developed the theory of "Huangdi Neijing", highlighted the nursery and preventive effects of diet, created a precedent for the combination of medicine and food to treat serious illnesses and emergencies, and recorded dietary taboos and dietary hygiene that should be paid attention to. Although there was a wealth of knowledge of medicated diet before the Han Dynasty, it was still not systematic. It was the foundation period for the theory of Chinese medicinal diet therapy.
The dietary therapy before the Han Dynasty was a theoretical foundation period, and it had an important influence and guiding role for the development of dietetic medicine.
From the end of Shang
The last years of the Shang Dynasty was the most rudimentary period of the combination of medicine and diet. It was created by the famous historical figure Taigongwang (alias: Jiang Ziya, Jiang Taigong). There are related records in "The Biography of Jiang Taigong". Representative works: Taigongwang Red Braised Chicken, Yuan The Battle of Yingqiu originated and passed down to Zhaoshi today. 
Spring and Autumn Period
In the era of "Qi Huan Gong", when the country was prosperous and prosperous, people inherited Taigongwang’s dining culture and gained the essence of the traditional historical food "Taigongwang Red Braised Chicken". The main ingredient of chicken meat and the herbal medicine in Taigongwang’s ancient recipe were perfect Combined, created the traditional meal of braised chicken mixed. [2-3]
New Mang Period
"Lu Mu" "Today's Illumination, the first female leader of a peasant uprising in history", created a traditional dietary chicken shredded soup in the early stage of the uprising, which continued the medicated diet culture of Shang, Zhou and Spring and Autumn, and served as the medicated diet in the Jin and Tang Dynasties. The formation of food has strengthened the foundation; it has been passed down in Rizhao until now. 
The Jin and Tang dynasties were the formation stage of medicine diet therapy. At this time, the medicated diet theory has made great progress, and some special works have appeared. Ge Hong of the Jin Dynasty
Writings such as "Elbow Reserve Emergency Prescription", Cui Jie's "Shi Jing" of the Northern Wei Dynasty, and "Shi Fang" of Liu Xiu in the Liang Dynasty have played a role in the development of Chinese medicated diet theory.
Since the Wei and Jin Dynasties, diet therapy has been fully reflected in some medical works. Ge Hong, a famous doctor in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, wrote "Elbow Reserve Emergency Prescription", which contains many dietary prescriptions, such as raw pear juice to treat cough; honey water to send roasted turtle Jia San to promote lactation; red bean and white chicken stew with juice, and green male duck to treat edema disease ; Adzuki bean juice treats ascites; tempeh and wine treat beriberi and so on. He further pointed out that "if you don't have to wait for prevention, you can also take it with alcohol and soy sauce" and apply diet therapy to disease prevention. During the Southern and Northern Dynasties, Tao Hongjing wrote the Compendium of Materia Medica, which is the second milestone in the history of Chinese pharmacology. It records a large number of medicinal foods, such as crabs, fish, pigs, wheat, dates, beans, seaweed, kelp, bitter gourd, There are more than one hundred kinds of daily foods such as green onions and ginger and more rare foods. And put forward more in-depth food taboos and food hygiene.
Sun Simiao, a well-known doctor in the Tang Dynasty, has a special chapter on "Food and Treatment" in his "Prescriptions for Emergency Preparations". So far, food therapy has begun to become a specialized subject. It contains a total of 164 types of medicinal foods, which are divided into fruits, vegetables, and vegetables. There are four main categories of rice, birds and beasts. Sun Simiao also pointed out: "Food can expel evil and calm the viscera, please feel refreshed with qi and blood", "If you want to be treated, you should use diet therapy; if diet therapy does not heal, you will use medicine for ears"; Ping 疴, suitable for the disease, can be described as a good job, a miracle of long-term bait, and an extremely healthy technique." Sun Simiao’s disciple Meng Xu compiled the predecessor's masterpiece into "Diet Therapy Materia Medica". This is China’s first monograph on dietetics that integrates food and traditional Chinese medicine. It collects 241 kinds of food. It records in detail the nature and taste of food, health benefits, side effects after overeating and partial eating, and its unique processing and cooking methods. . At this time, there were also "Diet Therapy Heart Jian" edited by doctor Zan Yin, and "Food Nature Materia Medica" by Chen Shiliang in the Southern Tang Dynasty, both of which appeared in the Jin and Tang Dynasties to discuss the efficacy of diet therapy. The diet and medicated diet were taken as specialized disciplines for details. The discussion.
"Preparation for Emergency Medicine and Essential Prescriptions" signifies that dietetics has become an independent science and has become an independent discipline. In addition to focusing on the five internal organs, likes and dislikes, food odors, and return to the classics, the book also focuses on the status of diet therapy in medicine and points out its importance. He proposed: "Those who don’t know what to eat are not enough to survive... It’s because food can expel evil spirits and calm the viscera, delight the spirit and refresh the mind, and enrich the blood. If you can use food to calm the disease and relieve the emotions, it will be good. Work.” It is proposed that the correct application of dietary therapy and medicated diet to treat diseases is one of the important standards to measure the technical level of doctors. He also emphasized: “A husband who is a healer must first find out the source of the disease, know what he committed, and treat it with food. If the diet does not heal, then give the medicine.” He regards the diet and medicated diet as the first choice for the treatment of diseases. The importance of dietetics has been raised to a very high position. He also listed a total of 164 kinds of medicinal foods, including 29 kinds of fruits, 50 kinds of vegetables, 27 kinds of cereals, and 40 kinds of birds and animals. Detailed description of each food's taste, toxicity, therapeutic effect, meridian, taboos, and methods of administration, etc.
In the Tang Dynasty, the earliest surviving pharmacological monograph named after dietary therapy appeared in China, "Dietary Therapy Materia Medica", and the author was criticized. The book was lost early, but its content was quoted by related works of later generations. The book contains 227 kinds of medicinal foods (including animals, plants, and minerals). It describes the nature, flavor, origin, identification, and preparation of the medicine. Under each medicine, there are prescriptions and treatment indications for the food. The book also noticed the regional differences in dietary therapy and medicinal medicine.The above description has been widely used at that time to treat diseases and regulate health. For example, Sun Simiao's mutton Huangqi soup is an essential dietary therapy for the treatment of weakness. These medicated diets have become commonly used dietary prescriptions in China and are widely used in real life. In the Tang Dynasty, there are also many dietary and medicinal prescriptions in the "Waitai Mi Yao". The food taboos in the book are particularly detailed. The treatments for most diseases list clear taboos, including cold, greasy, meaty, and alcoholic foods. These are valuable experience gained through long-term practice. In addition to the above, there were some monographs on diet therapy during the Sui and Tang Dynasties, both theoretical and practical monographs on diet therapy and medicated diet, which finally made diet therapy and medicated diet an independent subject and laid a more solid foundation for the overall development of diet therapy and medicated diet.
Full development period
The Song and Yuan Dynasties were the period of comprehensive development of dietary therapy and medicated diet. The official revision of "Taiping Shenghui Recipe" in the Song Dynasty specially set up "Shizhimen", which recorded 160 medicated diet prescriptions, which can treat 28 kinds of diseases, and the medicated diet appeared in the form of porridge, soup, cake, tea and other dosage forms. The rulers of the Yuan Dynasty also attached importance to medical theory, and advocated the further combination of Mongolian and Chinese medicine and the absorption of the results of foreign medicine. The "Drinking Zheng Yao" compiled by the emperor Hu Sihui of the diet is the earliest monograph on nutrition in China. There are 203 kinds of food. In addition to the treatment of diseases, for the first time from the perspective of nutrition, it is emphasized that normal people should strengthen their diet and nutritional intake to prevent diseases. It also records in detail dietary hygiene, the taboos of taking medicine and food, and The manifestation of food poisoning is quite insightful.
Several rulers of the Northern Song Dynasty paid great attention to the development of medicine and took some positive measures, such as the establishment of the "Correction Medical Book Bureau" to sort out medical books and the "Taiping Huimin Heji Bureau", a pharmaceutical institution. Among the several large-scale prescription books of the Northern Song Dynasty, dietetics as an independent specialty has received enough attention. For example, in the two books "Tai Ping Sheng Hui Fang" and "The General Record of Sheng Ji", there are special "Shen Zhi Men", that is, a special chapter on diet therapy, containing 160 prescriptions, which are used to treat 28 kinds of diseases, including Stroke, bone steaming tuberculosis, three eliminations, cholera, deafness, five lin, weak spleen and stomach, dysentery, etc. Among the medicinal formulas, the most porridge products (such as black bean porridge, almond porridge, black bean porridge, carp porridge, coix porridge, etc.) have become the mainstream in Shizhimen. In addition, there are soup, cake, tea and other dosage forms. There are different forms of wine, cakes, noodles, drinking, and powder in "The General Record of St. Francis", and the production methods are also detailed.
"The Principles of Drinking and Diet" written by Su Sihui, the emperor of the Yuan Dynasty, is the earliest monograph on nutrition in China. It transcends the old concept of medicinal diet therapy. From the perspective of nutrition, it emphasizes that normal people should strengthen dietary hygiene. Nutrition adjustment to prevent diseases. He emphasized in the book: "The way of peace and happiness is about maintenance... Therefore, those who care for the nature should hungry and eat first, eat not to fill up, thirsty and drink first, and do not drink too much. Many." In the contents of the three volumes of Lingshu, the first column is "gathering rare and different dishes", as a nourishing food for normal people to adjust and strengthen their bodies. In the history of the development of Chinese medicine, he first proposed the requirements of food nutrition from the viewpoint of health preservation and prevention. It introduces the preparation of a variety of daily diets, including 16 soups, 6 noodles, 8 noodles, 4 soups, and 4 porridges. As for the dietary medicine spectrum, there are also many prescriptions for the treatment of various diseases, such as peach kernel porridge, peach kernels in threes and twos with peeled tips and cooked porridge to treat cough and panty; black beef pulp is fried, with half a catty of black beef pulp, raw rehmannia Half a catty of juice and half a catty of white sand honey are boiled together as an ointment, which is a typical medicinal diet for treating kidney weakness, bone failure, and thinness. Others such as Xiangyuanjian, Chinese wolfberry tea, lychee cream, etc. are simple and easy to implement dietary remedies. The final volume also divides 203 kinds of food into 7 categories of rice, beasts, poultry, fish, fruits, vegetables, and ingredients to introduce their nature, flavors and curative effects. "Drinking and Diet" is a milestone in the history of the development of TCM diet and medicated diet. It not only marks the maturity and high level of development of Chinese diet and medicated diet, but also has two outstanding features. First, it mainly reflects the eating habits of the northern region. , Which is more in line with the needs of northern residents; second, the national characteristics are very prominent. For the needs of the ruling class of Mongolian aristocrats at that time, a lot of national food is included in the book. If the eight-yanren in the product, Bisi Da; the material has Ma Siqiji , Haxi mud, Huihuiqing, etc. It basically reflects the general level of Chinese food therapy and medicated diet at that time. In addition, there are Wu Rui's "Materia Medica for Daily Use", Lou Juzhong's "Shi Zhi Tong Shuo", Zheng Qiao's "Shi Jian", etc., all of which discuss diet therapy and medicated diet from different aspects, and raise them to a considerable level. .
During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, TCM dietary therapy and medicated diets entered a more complete stage. Almost all books on Materia Medica have noticed the relationship between Materia Medica and dietetics. The cooking and production of medicinal diets has reached a very high level, and most of them are in line with nutrition. Claim. The medical masterpiece "Compendium of Materia Medica" of the Ming Dynasty provides abundant information for Chinese medicine diet. There are more than 300 kinds of cereals, vegetables, and fruits alone. Among them, there are special taboos on diet, medication and diet.Zhu Di’s "Famine Rescue Herbal Medicine" records 414 species of plants that can be used to save hunger in famine years, and describe them in detail, telling their origin, name, taste, and cooking methods. In addition, there are Xu Chunfu's "Ancient and Modern Medicine", Lu He's "Food Materia Medica", and Ning Yuan's "Shi Jian Materia Medica"; among them are Jia Ming's "Diet Instructions" and Wang Mengying's "Suishiju Diet" And so on, they still have great practical value in clinical and daily life. There is another outstanding feature of diet therapy in this period. The idea of advocating vegetarianism has been further developed. For example, Huang Yunhu's "Porridge Book" and Cao Tingdong's "Lao Lao Heng Yan" all emphasized vegetarianism, which is important for diet therapy and health preservation. Development is helpful. Chinese medicated diet has a long history from ancient times to the present; it has been widely spread from the palace to the people. According to statistics from some scholars, there have been more than 300 books on medicated diet from the early Han to the late Ming. Nowadays, the books on diet therapy and medicated diet are even more colorful and widely used, and even some special medicated diet restaurants have appeared. In people's lives, medicated diet has also been unprecedentedly popular, and it also enjoys a high reputation and favors abroad. Medicinal diet is an important content of Chinese traditional diet and traditional medicine. Today, it has become a unique science, art and culture that has entered thousands of households and spread all over the world.
There are also new developments in the production of dietary medicine. For example, the 90 volumes of Xu Chunfu's "Ancient and Modern Medicine" contains various diets such as tea, wine, vinegar, soy sauce, sauce, vegetables, meat, fresh fruits, cheesecake, preserves, etc. The production method of, mostly meets the requirements of nutrition. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, special attention was paid to diet therapy and medicated diet for the elderly with special diseases and the elderly. Among them, the more famous Gao Lian's "Eight Notes of Zunsheng" recorded extremely detailed diets suitable for the elderly, such as 38 types of porridge and 32 types of soups. The "Lao Lao Heng Yan" written by Cao Cishan in the Qing Dynasty paid special attention to the application of medicated diet to prevent diseases and health preservation for the elderly. It discussed the elderly porridge in the most detailed way. "Smell is light and clear, fragrant and delicious", the middle grade is "slow" and the lower grade is "heavy turbid", claiming: "Older people can eat porridge without juicing, eat when hungry, and be healthy and prosperous." The book proposes 36 kinds of top-grade porridge, such as lotus rice porridge, gorgon porridge, almond porridge, walnut porridge, wolfberry leaf porridge, etc.; 27 kinds of middle-grade porridge, such as tuckahoe porridge, red bean porridge, jujube porridge, longan porridge; 37 low-grade porridge Species, such as rehmannia glutinous rice porridge, sheep liver porridge, etc., are common medicinal porridge products commonly used by the offspring to nourish the elderly, invigorate the spleen and kidney, and for general weakness.
There were more than 30 books on diet therapy and medicinal food in the Ming Dynasty, some of which focused on herbal medicine, such as Shen Lilong's "Food Materia Medica", Lu He "Food Materia Medica", Ningyuan "Shijian Materia Medica", Li Shizhen's "Compendium of Materia Medica", etc.; From the viewpoint of dietary conditioning and medicated diet production
I set off to write monographs on recipes and nutrition, among which the more famous ones are Jia Ming's "Diet Instructions", Song Gongyu's "Diet Book", Yuan Mu's "Suiyuan Food List", Wang Mengying's "Suishiju Diet Book", etc. It still has great practical value in clinical diagnosis and is a treasure in the precious heritage of Chinese medicine.
Another outstanding feature of diet therapy at this stage is that the idea of advocating vegetarianism has been further developed and received attention. The "Inner Diameter" contains: "The change of the ointment, the big boil", people have long noticed the dangers of partial eclipse, especially high fat. Overeating greasy food has attracted the attention and attention of doctors, so the Ming and Qing Dynasties emphasized Vegetarian writings have increased accordingly. For example, Lu He’s "Food and Materia Medica" pointed out: "Five grains are natural to nourish people", "every vegetables produce femininity, so they nourish yin, solid and suitable for food... Vegetables have the righteousness to dredge, and when you eat them, the stomach There is no risk of stagnation." These ideas not only deepen the dietetics and nutrition thinking, but also greatly promote the development of health preservation.
According to the form
1. Juices: Juices obtained by smashing and squeezing fresh and rich plant fruits, stems, leaves and roots. Fresh products are often used in production.
Polydipsia after fever-watermelon juice, Sydney juice
Difficulty in eating and drinking-Qi and Yin deficiency-five juice drink
Blood heat and bleeding-fresh lotus leaf juice
2. Drinks: The medicines or foods used as raw materials for medicinal diets are crushed and processed into coarse powder, which can be soaked in boiling water. The production feature is that it does not need to be decocted, which is time-saving and convenient. Sometimes it can be brewed with tea leaves to make tea.
Acute gastrointestinal disease-ginger tea
Inner cold and cold-ginger candy drink
3. Soups: After a certain amount of processing, the medicines or foods to be used as medicinal diets are put into a pot, boiled with water and simmered, and the juice is extracted. This is the most widely used dosage form in medicated diet applications. Most of the edible soup is made by frying, and the cooked food can also be eaten.
Nervous breakdown, physical weakness after illness-onion and jujube soup
Kidney deficiency, low back pain, pain, bone softness-Rehmannia glutinosa soup
Gastrointestinal bleeding-Shuanghe Tang
4. Alcohol: Add medicine to a certain amount of white wine and soak for a certain period of time.
Rheumatism-Tiger Bone Wine
Tonifying the kidney and yang-deer antler wine
5. Soup: A thicker soup made by adding medicinal materials to meat, eggs, milk or seafood as the main raw materials.
Tonifying the kidney and replenishing qi, dispelling cold and relieving pain-mutton soup
Strong Yuanyang, Strong Muscles and Bone-Assorted Deer Antler Soup
1. Creams: also known as "creams". A semi-fluid thick paste made by decoction of medicinal materials and food with water, removing the residue, and adding sugar or condensing honey after concentration. It has the power of nourishing and moisturizing dryness, and is suitable for long-term preparation and use for people who have been suffering from physical weakness for a long time, recuperation after illness, and health maintenance.
Tonic and essence-lamb paste
Early white hair or hair loss-Ufa honey cream
2. Congee: rice, millet, glutinous rice, barley, wheat and other starchy foods, added with some health-care and medical foods or medicines, and boiled together with water to become semi-liquid foods. Traditional Chinese medicine has always said that "meat porridge is self-supporting", so it is especially suitable for people with weak spleen and stomach, such as the elderly and infirm, after illness, and after childbirth.
Clear liver heat, lower blood pressure-celery porridge
To invigorate the spleen, appetite, stop diarrhea-fresh lotus root porridge
3. Paste: A dried product made from fine starch-rich food powder, or mixed with medicinal and edible medicinal materials, after being fried, broiled, steamed, boiled and processed by hydrolysis. It contains a lot of dextrin and carbohydrates, so it can be eaten after making a paste with boiling water.
Tonifying the kidney and black hair-black sesame paste
Nourish the lungs and relieve cough-almond powder
1. Meals: Rice and pasta foods made from rice, glutinous rice, wheat flour, etc. as basic materials and added with tonic and mild medicine. Divided into rice, cakes, rolls, pancakes and other types.
To benefit the spleen and stomach, astringent essence-yam and tuckahoe buns
To invigorate the spleen and promote dampness-kidney bean rolls
Kidney Bean Roll
Nourishing Qi and Nourishing Blood-Ginseng Date Rice
2. Confectionery: solid or semi-solid foods are made by adding sugar as raw material, adding medicinal powder or concoction, and boiling with water.
To invigorate the spleen and stomach, expectorant and relieve cough-ginger sugar
Clearing away heat, moisturizing lungs, resolving phlegm-persimmon cream sugar
3. Powder powder: Add the fine powder of traditional Chinese medicine used as a medicinal diet to rice flour or flour, and rinse with warm water before eating.
Nourishing the Middle and Nourishing Qi-Glutinous Rice Flour
To wake up the spleen and stomach, regulate qi and stop vomiting-Amomum villosum
According to production method
1. Stew: This kind of medicated food is made by putting medicine and food in a pot at the same time, adding an appropriate amount of water and placing it on the fire, boiling to remove any foam, and then putting it on a slow fire and simmering.
2. Braised food: This kind of medicated diet is to put medicine and food into the pot at the same time, add appropriate amount of seasoning and soup, tightly cover the pot, and simmer it over a slow fire.
3. Simmering: This type of medicated diet is made by simmering medicines and foods on a simmer or in the ashes of residual heat.
4. Steamed food: This type of medicated diet is prepared by mixing the ingredients and seasonings of the medicinal diet, putting them in a bowl, putting them in a steamer, and steaming them.
Steamed medicine meal
5. Boiled food: This kind of medicated food is prepared by putting medicines and food in a pot, adding water and seasonings, putting them to a boil on a fire, and then cooking them on a slow fire.
6. Boiled food: This kind of medicated food is made by pouring medicine and food into a pot, adding water and seasonings, putting it to a boil on a fire, and then simmering it until the juice is thick, the taste is strong, and the cake is rotten.
7. Stir-fry: This kind of medicated food is cooked in a frying pan with fire, then oiled, and then fried with raw materials.
8. Strain: This is a kind of medicated diet similar to stir-fried, the main difference is that it needs to add starch to thicken it.
9. Brine: This kind of medicated diet is made by processing the raw materials of the medicinal diet, putting them in the marinade, and gradually heating and cooking in Chinese to make it penetrate the marinade.
10. Burning food: This kind of medicated food is made by processing the food through methods such as stir-frying and frying, then seasoning and toning, then adding medicine, soup, boiled with fire, and simmered until the marinade is thick.
11. Fried: This kind of medicated food is made by deep-frying the raw materials of medicated food in an oil pan.
(1) Health maintenance and life extension
1. Medicinal diet for nourishing qi and blood: suitable for people who are usually weak in physical fitness or qi and blood after illness, such as Shiquan Dabutang, Bazhen cake, etc.
2. Medicinal diet for regulating yin and yang: suitable for people with imbalance between yin and yang in the body, such as mulberry ointment with yin-tonifying effect, cordyceps duck with yang-tonifying effect, etc.
3. Medicinal diet for conditioning the five internal organs: It is suitable for people with weak heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys and low function. It uses acid, bitter, sweet, pungent, and salty to nourish the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys. Such as spleen ointment and kidney ointment.
4. Nootropic medicated diet: suitable for elderly people with mental retardation and memory loss caused by various reasons, such as jujube porridge, boziren stewed pig heart, etc.
5. Eyesight medicated diet: suitable for people with low vision and dim vision, such as Huanglian Yanggan Pills, Cassia Seed Chicken Liver Soup, etc.
6. Cong Er Medicated Diet: It is suitable for people with deafness, tinnitus, and hearing loss caused by various reasons, such as magnet porridge, clear liver and cong ears, etc.
7. Medicinal diet for prolonging life and longevity: It is suitable for the elderly who are normal and healthy, healthy, health and disease prevention, such as Qinggongshoutao pill, Fuling sandwich cake, etc.
(2) Beauty salon
1. Whitening and spot-removing medicated diet: suitable for people with dark spots, dark spots and pigmentation on the skin, such as Angelica dahurica and Poria porridge
Mushroom with pearl
And so on, with beauty whitening.
2. Moisturizing and beautifying medicated diet: It is suitable for elderly people with aging, sagging skin and a pale complexion. It has beauty and anti-aging effects, such as Shayuan Turtle Soup and Bamboo Shoots Sea Cucumber.
3. Weight loss medicated diet: suitable for obese people, such as lotus leaf slimming tea, Shenqi chicken silk winter melon soup, green tea, lemon tea, etc.
4. Wufafa medicated diet: It is suitable for people with hair loss, gray hair and thin hair, such as black sesame yam rice cake, Wufa honey ointment in "Jishantang Experience Prescription", etc.
5. Gufang medicated diet: suitable for elderly people with weak body, loose teeth and tooth loss, such as nourishing kidney and solid teeth eight treasure duck, golden marrow decoction, etc.
(3) Eliminating pathogens and curing diseases
1. Medicinal diet for relieving the surface: It has the effects of sweating, relieving muscles and removing evil, suitable for the initial stage of colds and exogenous diseases. Such as green onion soup, scallion drink and so on.
2. Heat-clearing medicated diet: It has the effects of clearing heat and detoxifying, producing body fluid and quenching thirst. It is suitable for the body's internal heat toxins or the evidence of unclear residual heat. Such as Baihu Tang, Qingshu Yiqi Tang and so on.
3. Medicinal diet for dispelling cold: It has the effect of warming yang and dispelling cold, and is suitable for diseases of cold invasion or endogenous deficiency and cold. Such as angelica ginger lamb soup, Wujiapi wine and so on.
4. Digestion medicated diet: It has the effects of invigorating the spleen and appetizing, digesting food and resolving accumulation, and is suitable for indigestion, food accumulation, abdominal distension and other symptoms. Such as hawthorn cake, five champagne nuts and so on.
5. Laxative medicated diet: It has the effect of moisturizing and unblocking, suitable for dry stool. Such as Maren Runchang pills, honey sesame oil soup and so on.
6. Diuretic medicated diet: It has the effects of diuresis, dispelling dampness, and improving urination. It is suitable for oliguria, swelling, and dysuria. Such as Chixiaodou carp soup, Poria buns and so on.
7. Huoxue medicated diet: It has the functions of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, reducing swelling and relieving pain. It is suitable for internal stagnation of blood stasis, bruises and other diseases. Such as motherwort paste, angelica chicken and so on.
8. Qi-regulating medicated diet: It has the effects of promoting qi, regulating qi, and relieving pain. It is suitable for stagnation of liver qi, discomfort, swelling, pain, and qi stagnation and blood stasis. Such as tangerine peel drink, bergamot wine and so on.
9. Expectorant medicated diet: It has the effect of expelling phlegm and relieving cough. It is suitable for coughing and phlegm in the throat. Such as pear paste sugar, gualou cake and so on.
10. Medicinal cough diet: It has the function of promoting lungs and relieving cough, suitable for cough and other diseases. Enter Chuanbei, steamed white pears, sugar orange cake, etc.
11. Anti-Asthma Medicinal Diet: It has the effect of relieving cough and relieving asthma, suitable for asthma and other diseases. Such as loofah nectar drink, persimmon cream sugar and so on.
12. Xifeng medicated diet: It has the power of calming the liver, extinguishing wind and relieving convulsions, and is suitable for the symptoms of wind-heat in the liver meridian, or internal movement due to deficiency of wind. Such as chrysanthemum tea, Tianma fish head and so on.
13. Soothing medicated diet: It has the effects of nourishing blood and nourishing the heart, calming and soothing the nerves. It is suitable for insomnia, dreaminess, heart palpitations and other diseases. Such as Bairen porridge, wild jujube soup and so on.
14. Detoxification medicated diet: It has the function of regulating body condition, improving body function, and expelling toxins from the body. It is suitable for body discomfort, acne and other common diseases that are prone to fire. Such as astragalus sesame porridge, fresh bamboo shoots mixed with celery and so on.
(4) Disease rehabilitation
Cooking method of medicinal food
1. Stew: There are two types of stew with and without water. Water-proof stewing is to add soup and ingredients to seal, put the container into the pot, and simmer for 3 hours; without water, stew directly with Wu-fire, skim the froth, and simmer until crisp.
2. Boil: First add the bottom oil in the pot to heat up, add the main ingredients and fry for a while, then add the soup and seasonings, and then boil it over a slow fire.
3. Stew: A soup dish made by mixing a variety of raw materials with soup and seasonings.
4. 氽[tǔn]: Boil the soup and water with a fire, throw in the medicine and food, and add the seasoning.
5. Stew: Put oil in the pot first, put food and medicine in at the same time, fry into semi-finished products, add ginger, green onion, pepper, soup and condiments, cover the pot, and simmer with a slow fire.
6. Burning: Put the raw materials into a pot with a small amount of oil, stir-fry with seasonings, seasoning and toning, and add condiments and soup (or water) when the color turns darker, then burn the soup with a simmering fire, then use the fire to close the soup. Just add oil.
Seven. Steaming: It is a method of mixing food and medicine with seasonings, putting them in a bowl, and using steam to heat them.
8. Boil: Put the raw materials into the pot, add a proper amount of soup or water, and boil it with a martial fire, then change it to a simmer and cook.
9. Marinade: First adjust the white or red brine, then process the raw materials, put them in the marinade, and boil it over a low heat, so that the marinade will penetrate until crisp.
10. Frying: Use a fire to burn the oil to the seventh or eighth maturity, then put the raw materials in the pot, turn them carefully to prevent overheating and burning, usually fried to orange.
According to nourishing form
Ping tonic: refers to the treatment of chronic physical weakness and slower development of the disease with Gan Ping, mild tonic prescriptions. It is a slow tonic method.
Qingbu: Qingbu refers specifically to summer nourishment. It refers to the selection of a diet with a certain effect of repelling heat and promoting body fluids to supplement the body's consumption.
Warming tonic: A method of treating deficiency-cold syndrome with warming tonic.
Jun Tonic: A method of using powerful tonic drugs to treat qi and blood deficiency or yin and yang storms. Because of extreme weakness and critical symptoms, non-major tonics are not enough to save the dying, so it is named.
Features and effects
The so-called "focus on the whole" and "dietically give food".
That is, when using medicated diet, we must first comprehensively analyze the patient’s physical fitness, health status, nature of illness, seasons, geographical environment, etc., to determine the basic symptoms; then determine the corresponding dietary principles and give appropriate medicated diet treatment .
Such as patients with chronic gastritis, if the syndrome is stomach cold, it is advisable to take Liangfu congee; if the syndrome is stomach yin deficiency, take Yushimei Haw Drink etc.
Prevention and treatment
The role of medicated diet: medicated diet can not only cure diseases, but also strengthen the body to prevent diseases, which is one of the characteristics different from drug treatment.
1. Strengthen your body and prevent diseases
Medicinal diet can cure diseases, but also strengthen the body to prevent diseases, which is one of the characteristics different from drug treatment. Although medicated diet is a peaceful product, its effects on disease prevention and health preservation are quite significant. For example, the "Eight Treasure Foods" developed by Shandong College of Traditional Chinese Medicine based on ancient diet therapy and health care experience in the palace contains 8 edible Chinese medicines such as yam, lotus seed and hawthorn. 97% of children have an increase in appetite after 30 days of consumption, and growth and development have also improved.
Another example is Laiyang Pear and Mushroom Supplement, which is made from Laiyang Pear Juice and Shiitake and Tremella extracts. After taking it, middle-aged and elderly patients with chronic obstructive disease can not only significantly improve various symptoms, but also reduce blood lipids in hyperlipidemia. And can improve immune function.
Easy to take
Due to the bitter taste of traditional Chinese medicine decoctions, there is a saying in the folk that "good medicine is bitter". Some people, especially children, are afraid of suffering and refuse to take medicine. However, medicated diets are mostly used for medicine and food. They are composed of medicines, foods and seasonings, which not only maintain the curative effect of medicines but also have the characteristics of food color, fragrance and taste; even if some medicinal materials are added, due to attention In addition to the choice of the nature and flavor of the medicine, it can still be made into a delicious medicated diet through the blending with food and fine cooking, so it is called "good medicine is delicious and easy to take".
1. Treat diseases with medicated diet
Certain diseases or a certain stage of the disease can be treated with medicated diet or food. For example, Guizhi Decoction is the main prescription for the treatment of exogenous wind and cold, and the discord between the camp and the health; the Ganmai and Dazaotang in "The Synopsis of the Golden Chamber" is used to treat women's irritability, etc., all of which are based on the diet. Instance.
2. Combination of medicine and food to assist in the treatment of diseases
"Internal Classics" puts forward: "Medicine is to eliminate it, and food is to follow". Food therapy is an important and indispensable content of comprehensive therapy. The ancient physicians advocated relying on medicines during the raging stage of pathogens. Once the pathogens are decayed, the diet and nutrition must be timely and guaranteed during treatment with medicines to restore righteousness and enhance their disease resistance. Zhang Congzheng, the four masters of the Jin and Yuan Dynasties, advocated that the attack on evil should be the first, and the food and the aftermath should be taken care of. This is a typical combination of medicine and food.
3. Treating diseases based on syndrome differentiation
Differential diet is developed from syndrome differentiation and treatment. It is based on the diet theory,
The four qi, five flavors, return channels, yin and yang attributes of things are guided by theories and experiences closely related to the physiology of the human body. The syndromes of the patients are guided by the principle of "the five flavors are blended, and the nature and flavor are connected", and "the cold is hot. The principle of “heat and coldness, deficiency to replenish it, and solidity to relieve it,” applies the relevant food and medicated diet to treat and nurse patients to achieve the purpose of healing. The patient's diet is basically divided into four categories: warming tonic, clearing tonic, flat tonic, and disease-specific diet.
1. Nourishing meal
There are as many as 500 kinds of Chinese medicinal materials that can be used as tonics and dietary medicinal materials, which is about 1/10 of all Chinese medicinal materials. There are more than 70 kinds of Chinese medicines promulgated by the health authorities of the Chinese government. These special dietary medicine and dietary products are mostly derived from ancient books, folk experience, and modern processed and improved products. Among the most commonly used medicines and foods are: ginseng, astragalus, yam, atractylodes, gastrodia, tuckahoe, licorice, angelica, shouwu, polygonatum, walnut, jujube, coix seed, lotus seed, wolfberry, white fungus, longan meat, etc. In ancient times, the jujube ginseng soup in "The Book of Ten Medicines" has the functions of replenishing qi and blood, boosting yang and moistening the intestines. These colorful special nourishing foods and medicated diets are unique to China.
2. Medicinal delicacies with various health functions
There are many delicacies with multiple health effects made by combining food and medicine. Such as medicated food dishes, snacks, snacks, etc., which have the effect of diet therapy and health care, are too numerous to mention. Medicinal diet health drinks include soup, drink, pulp, tea, lotion, juice, etc. Teas are mostly made from single tea leaves or mixed with certain medicines, such as wolfberry tea, jade mill tea, ginseng qi wine, etc. These are all medicinal foods with unique processing methods and multiple health effects.
Nourishing Yin and Activating Blood
Sand Ginseng and Hawthorn Congee
Efficacy: To replenish qi, nourish yin and promote blood circulation, invigorate the spleen and stomach, clear the heart and calm the nerves.
Sand Ginseng and Hawthorn Congee
Ingredients: 20 grams of Adenophora, yam, lotus seeds, raw hawthorn, appropriate sugar, 50 grams of japonica rice.
Production: First cut the yam into small pieces, soak thoroughly with lotus seeds, raw hawthorn, and sand ginseng, then add all the ingredients, add water and boil over a fire, then boil the porridge over a low fire.
Haw and Coix Seed Congee
Efficacy: clearing away heat and promoting blood circulation, dispelling dampness and relieving heat.
Ingredients: 30 grams of raw hawthorn, 50 grams of mung beans, 30 grams of coix seed, 100 grams of white rice, appropriate amount of rock sugar.
Production: Wash the mung beans, coix seed, and white rice, cook the porridge, add rock sugar after it is cooked, and mix well before serving.
Decoction for promoting blood circulation and removing dampness
Efficacy: clearing heat and promoting blood circulation, expelling heat and dampness.
Ingredients: raw hawthorn, rose, white lentils, red bean, raw and cooked barley, sesame leaves, bergamot each equal amount.
Production: add the ingredients to the pot, add 10 bowls of boiling water and cook for about 2 hours, add lean meat
Principles of Application
Medicinal diet has many functions such as health care, curing and preventing diseases, and certain principles should be followed when applying it. Drugs are used to cure and rescue diseases. They have quick effects and focus on curing diseases; medicated diets are mostly used to maintain the body and prevent diseases, but the effects are slow, and the focus is on nutrition and prevention. Medicated diet plays an important role in health care, health preservation, and rehabilitation, but medicated diet cannot replace drug therapy. Each has its own strengths and shortcomings. The appropriate method should be selected according to the specific person and condition, and should not be abused.
Meal by certificate
Traditional Chinese medicine teaches syndrome differentiation and treatment. The application of medicated diet should also be based on the selection of materials and compatibility. For example, patients with blood deficiency often choose blood-enriching foods jujube and peanuts, and patients with yin deficiency often use wolfberry, lily, and Ophiopogon japonicus. Only when the ingredients are used for the certificate can the health care effect of medicated diet be exerted.
Varies with time
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that human beings correspond to the sun and the moon, and the movement of human viscera, qi and blood is closely related to the natural climate change. "Use cold and heat away from cold, and heat away from heat" means that when using drugs with cold nature, avoid cold winters, and when using drugs with warm nature, avoid hot summers. This view also applies to medicated diet.
Meals for people
People’s physique and age are different, so they should be different when taking medicated meals. Children’s physique is delicate and raw materials are not suitable for severe cold and heat. The elderly have many liver and kidney deficiency. Medications should not be warm and dry. Pregnant women are afraid of fetal gas. . This should be noted in the medicated diet.
Varies from place to place
Different regions have certain differences in climatic conditions and living habits, as well as different physiological activities and pathological changes of the human body. Some are in humid places, and their diets are warm, dry and spicy, and some are in cold, and their diets are hot and greasy. The Cantonese diet is more refreshing and mild, and the same applies when selecting ingredients for medicated diets.
(1) When using medicated diet therapy, you should pay attention to the contraindications of food and drugs, such as coptis, licorice, ebony, platycodon, avoid pork, turtle meat, avoid mint, amaranth, chicken avoid eel, honey avoid onion, asparagus avoid carp, and Baizhu avoid garlic , Peaches, plums, ginseng avoid radish and so on.
(2) For patients with edema caused by hypertension, coronary heart disease, and severe heart, liver, and kidney diseases, less salt should be added when preparing pharmaceutical meals, which should be light.
(3) For patients with obesity and atherosclerotic disease, it is advisable to take medicated diet with low fat (especially animal fat) food.
(4) Diabetic patients should be cautious or not use medicated food cooked with starch or sugar.
(5) The nature and flavor of traditional Chinese medicine for diet therapy, and the relationship between the five flavors of traditional Chinese medicine for diet therapy and the five internal organs should also be paid attention to when applying medicated diet. Generally speaking, pungent enters the lungs, sweetness enters the spleen, bitterness enters the heart, sour enters the liver, and salty enters the kidneys. The purpose of nourishing the body and preventing and curing can only be achieved by rational selection of medicated diet based on nature and flavor.
(6) Selection and processing of materials. Chinese medicinal materials and foods used in medicated diets should be carefully selected. To ensure the efficacy of medicinal diets, necessary processing of medicinal materials and foods should be carried out.
(7) Cooking skills, good medicated diet must pay attention to cooking skills. In addition to the color, fragrance, taste and shape of general diet, medicated diet should also retain its nutrients and effective ingredients as much as possible to better play its treatment and effect.
(8) Pay attention to utensils when making Chinese medicine, and do not use metal products.
(9) Regardless of the purpose of the medicated diet, it must be appropriate. If too much, it may cause side effects or adverse effects.
The contraindications of Chinese medicine and food compatibility, medication and food taboos, food taboos, and food reverse are introduced as follows:
Pork: anti-black plum, platycodon, coptis; when combined with atractylodes, it will make you windy; when combined with buckwheat, it will cause hair loss and wind disease; when combined with pigeon meat, crucian carp, and soybeans, it will make people stagnate.
Pig blood: avoid rehmannia, fleece-flower root; combined with soybean food, make people stagnant.
Pig Heart: Avoid Evodia.
Pork liver: the same as buckwheat and bean paste, it makes people sick; if it is eaten with carp intestines, it is sad; if it is eaten with fish and meat, it is ulcerated.
Lamb: Anti-pinellia, calamus; avoid copper, dansha and vinegar.
Dog meat: anti-Pokeweed; avoid almonds.
Crucian carp: anti-magnolia; avoid Ophiopogon japonicus, mustard greens, pork liver.
Carp: Avoid cinnabar and dog meat.
Turtle meat: avoid alcohol, fruit, amaranth.
Unagi: Avoid dog meat and dog blood.
Bird meat: avoid atractylodes, plum, pork liver.
Duck eggs: avoid plums and mulberries.
Turtle meat: avoid pork, rabbit meat, duck, amaranth, eggs.
The contraindication of drug and food compatibility is the experience of the ancients, and later generations followed it. Although some of them are not scientifically proven, they should still use traditional sayings before reaching a reliable conclusion. It is advisable to use caution. Mainly include: pork anti-black plum, platycodon, coptis, coptis, lily, atractylodes; pig blood avoid rehmannia, fleece-flower root, honey; mutton anti pinellia, calamus, avoid copper, dansha; dog meat anti pokeweed, avoid almonds; crucian anti-thick Park, avoid Ophiopogon japonicus; avoid Rehmannia glutinosa and Polygonum multiflorum for garlic; avoid Rehmannia glutinosa and Polygonum multiflorum for radish; avoid Poria with vinegar.
There are also some taboos about the compatibility of food and food. Although the reason is not sufficient, it seems to be cautious in the application of medicated diet, and it is appropriate to take them as an important reference. These taboos are: pork avoid buckwheat, bean paste, carp, and soybeans; avoid vinegar for lamb; avoid garlic for dog meat; avoid mustard and liver for crucian; avoid soybeans for pig blood; avoid buckwheat, bean paste, carp intestines, fish meat for liver; avoid carp Dog meat; turtle meat avoid amaranth, wine, and fruit; eel avoid dog meat, dog blood; bird meat avoid pig liver; duck eggs avoid mulberry, plum; chicken avoid mustard, glutinous rice, plums; turtle meat avoid pork, rabbit meat, duck Meat, amaranth, eggs.
The drug compatibility of medicated diet is taboo, follow the theory of Chinese herbal medicine, generally refer to "eighteen anti" and "19 fear". The specific content of "Eighteen Anti" is: licorice anti-kansui, euphorbia, seaweed, coriander flower; aconitum anti-fritillary, melon, pinellia, white cranberry, bletilla striata; veratrum anti-ginseng, adenophora, salvia, Scrophulariaceae, Sophora flavescens, Asarum, Peony. The specific contents of the "nineteen fears" are: sulfur fears simple nitrate, mercury fears arsenic, wolf poison fears mitochon, croton fears morning glory, clove fears turmeric, Sichuan black and grass black fear rhino horns, tooth fears three-sided, official Guiwei red stone fat, ginseng wulingzhi.
It mainly includes three categories: one is a certain type of food for certain diseases.
Such as: liver, avoid spicy; avoid salty heart disease; avoid hard salt, fried, raw and cold food for edema; avoid sour and sweet for bone disease; avoid greasy for bile disease; avoid melon and fruit for cold disease; avoid fish and shrimp for boil disease; liver yang, Patients with liver wind, epilepsy, allergies, and convulsions should not eat hair products; dizziness and insomnia should avoid pepper, pepper, tea, etc. One type refers to a certain type of disease avoiding certain foods. For example, patients with symptoms of Yin deficiency, internal heat, phlegm and fire, and body fluid consumption, should not eat warm, dry, and feverish diet of ginger, pepper, and mutton; if the exogenous feelings are not removed, throat problems, eye problems, sores, and acne, When not eating mustard, garlic, crab, eggs and other wind-driven products; those who are full of damp and heat should not eat caramel, pork, cheese cake, rice wine and other foods that help dampness and heat generation; where there is cold spleen deficiency, serious illness, Postpartum people, watermelon, plum, snails, crabs, mussels and other cold-damaged diets should be avoided; all kinds of blood loss, hemorrhoids, pregnant women, etc. should not eat Ciru, pepper and other blood-moving diets, and disabling Poxuetong during pregnancy Meridian, highly toxic, vomiting and hot, slippery products. The other is that certain foods should be avoided after taking the medicine, such as: taking sweating medicine and avoiding vinegar and cold food; taking tonics and avoiding eating tea and carrots; some of the taboos have been proved to be reasonable, and some are not practical. Can be used for reference in the application.
Medicinal food should not be eaten casually, especially if you think of eating one by one, it has pharmacological effects. If you don't follow the actual physical condition, eating indiscriminately may cause problems.
The introduction of medicated diet, its food is not food, medicine is not medicine, and it is used for discernment. It is not food for food, food for people, medicine for medicine, and medicine for life.
Medicines and foods have the characteristics of cold, hot, warm and cool four qi and five flavors of sour, bitter, sweet, pungent and salty. When studying their cooking methods, it must be recognized that the "four qi" is the basis for the differentiation of medicine and food. The "five flavors" also have targeted functions on the internal organs of the human body. On the premise of giving full play to the function of medicated food, we must also take into account the delicious taste.
Almost all the ingredients of the dishes can be used to cook medicated food, in addition, some medicines need to be used in combination. No matter what kind of medicated diet, it must be added with condiments, such as onions, ginger, garlic, pepper, vinegar, sugar, sesame oil, etc.
The commonly used cooking methods of medicated diet are stewing, braising, simmering, steaming (including steaming, steaming, steaming, steaming, steaming), boiling, boiling, and stir-frying (including raw stir-fry, cooked stir-fry, smooth stir-fry, dry stir-fry) , Braised, deep-fried (including clear deep-fried, dry deep-fried, soft deep-fried, crispy deep-fried, paper-wrapped deep-fried), roasted, etc However, stewing, braising, simmering, and steaming are the main and best methods. From the point of view of the texture and taste of the cooking ingredients, the cooking time should be short for light and fragrant ones, and more methods such as stir-frying, clear-frying, and hot blanching are used; for thick and greasy products, the cooking time should be long, and stew and simmer should be used. The steaming method has better effect.
(Scope of application)
Medicinal diet therapy has a wide range of applications. It can be used in the adjuvant treatment of various clinical diseases, especially chronic debilitating diseases. It can also be used for health care, strengthening the body, and prolonging life.
Medicinal cold tofu
Ingredients: water tofu, fleece-flower root 20g, American ginseng 5g,
Method: Boil the water tofu with boiling water, pick it up to drain the water, then put the Polygonum multiflorum, American ginseng and appropriate amount of water in a large bowl to steam, and finally put the tofu on a plate and sprinkle it with the sauce.
Comment: This traditional Chinese medicine diet is very effective for weight loss. It can promote gastrointestinal peristalsis, excrete excess waste in the body, and make the body consume less fat, which can achieve the effect of weight loss. It is a great Chinese medicine diet for weight loss!
American Ginseng Chicken Feet Soup
Ingredients: American ginseng, chicken feet, pork, salt
Method: Wash the American ginseng and steam it softly. Cut into slices and set aside. After the chicken feet and pork are washed, put them in a pot and boil together with all the ingredients for 2 hours. Add some salt when they are out of the pot.
Comment: This traditional Chinese medicinal diet can not only lose weight but also enlarge breasts! Chicken feet contain a lot of collagen which can supplement a lot of nutrition, can promote human gastrointestinal motility, and achieve great weight loss results.
1. One young pigeon is about 300 grams. After killing, remove the hair and internal organs, cut open, wash clean, put 8 red dates, 10 grams of angelica, 8 grams of rehmannia, 8 grams of Chuanxiong into the pigeon body, add proper amount of water, and steam it thoroughly. Add brown sugar and eat, use 1 dose per week;
2. A black-bone chicken is about 1000 grams. After killing, remove the hair and internal organs and wash them. Put 10 grams of Astragalus, 10 grams of Codonopsis, 6 red dates, and appropriate amount of ginger into the belly of the chicken. Add appropriate amount of water, steam over water, first fire, then Slowly cooked, ready to eat after steaming. Use 1 dose a week.
Medicinal diet has a certain effect, but pay attention to diet and daily life.
First, pay attention to strengthening the nutrition during puberty, and don't diet because you want to maintain a slim figure, which is very harmful to developing girls;
Second, pay attention to hygiene during menstruation, keep warm during menstruation, avoid wading, rain, and cold, and prevent colds;
Third, keep your spirits happy and in a good mood, and don't overwork because of study or work.
1. Chinese wolfberry and angelica quail eggs
【Features】This dietary therapy prescription is especially suitable for viral hepatitis with insufficient liver yin.
[Raw materials] Main ingredients: 30 grams of wolfberry, 30 grams of angelica, 10 quail eggs.
[Production process] Wash and slice the angelica, put it in a casserole with the selected wolfberry fruit and quail eggs, add appropriate amount of water, simmer for 30 minutes, remove the quail eggs, remove the shells, and return to the pot. Serve in 10 minutes. Take 2 divided doses in the morning and evening, and finish eating that day.
2. Shouwu wolfberry liver tablets
【Features】This dietary therapy prescription is especially suitable for viral hepatitis with insufficient liver yin.
[Raw materials] Ingredients: 20 grams of Polygonum multiflorum, 20 grams of Chinese wolfberry, and 100 grams of pork liver.
[Production process] First, wash the fleece-flower root and wolfberry berries, put them in a casserole, add water to soak for a while, fry twice, 40 minutes each time, combine the two decoctions, return to the casserole, and concentrate on low heat to 50 ml. Use water to make fungus, green vegetables, green onion, garlic slices, add appropriate amount of cooking wine, soy sauce, ginger, refined salt, monosodium glutamate, balsamic vinegar, water starch, and stir-fry pork liver (sliced) into Shouwu wolfberry liver slices. Serve as a meal, take it as you like, and finish it that day.
3. Steamed Hairtail Ligustrum
【Features】Suitable for people with persistent hepatitis and chronic hepatitis. It can protect the liver, improve liver function, and eliminate symptoms.
[Raw materials] Ingredients: 1 fresh hairtail. Ingredients: 20 grams of Ligustrum lucidum.
[Production process] Wash the hairtail, remove the internal organs and gills, cut into sections, put in a plate, and steam it in a steamer. The upper oil of the steamed hairtail is mixed with Ligustrum lucidum, steamed for another 20 minutes with water, and the juice is taken.
4. Banlangen simmered red dates
【Features】Suitable for this dietary therapy prescription is suitable for all types of viral hepatitis.
Banlangen simmered red dates
Ingredients: [Original: 30 grams of Radix Isatidis, 20 red dates.
[Production process] First wash the isatis root, slice it, put it into a gauze bag, tie the mouth, put it in a casserole with the washed red dates, add water to soak for a while, simmer for 30 minutes on medium heat, take out the medicine bag, and serve. Two times in the morning and evening.
5. Yunzhi powder
[Features] This diet therapy prescription is particularly suitable for viral hepatitis with irregular liver and spleen.
[Raw materials] The main ingredient is Yunzhi 1000g.
[Production process] After the dried Yunzhi is slightly baked, it is ground into fine powder and put into a sealed moisture-proof bottle for use. Take 15 grams each time 2 times a day with honey water.
6. Xiangfu dried tangerine peel and tuckahoe tea
[Features] This dietary therapy prescription is particularly suitable for viral hepatitis with irregular liver and spleen.
[Raw materials] Ingredients: 10 grams of sauteed Xiangfu, 10 grams of tangerine peel, 30 grams of Poria, 20 grams of hawthorn, 20 grams of brown sugar.
[Production process] After washing the dried tangerine peel and poria cocos, dry or dry, chop, grind into fines, and set aside. Stir-fry Xiangfu and Shanzhi, wash, cut into slices, put in a gauze bag, tie the mouth, put in a casserole, soak in water for a while, and boil it over high heat. Add tangerine peel and tuckahoe powder, stir evenly, simmer for 30 minutes on low heat, take out the medicine bag, add brown sugar, simmer on low heat and simmer until boiling. Serve. Take it twice in the morning and evening to replace tea and drink frequently.
Chinese wolfberry longan pig liver soup
TCM believes that the spleen and stomach are the foundation of acquired life and the source of qi and blood. Although some people are young and strong, they are busy all day long, acquired loss of support, fatigue, internal injuries, physical overdrafts, injury to the lungs, spleen, and kidneys, and begin to suffer from mental fatigue, lazy talk less moving, pale complexion, and frequent urination. Poor appetite, sometimes short of breath when moving. This side is suitable for business owners and successful people.
Shenzao Qijing porridge: 3 grams of ginseng, 10 grams of astragalus, 5 grams of Polygonatum, 5 red dates (with pits), 100 grams of japonica rice. Put the first 3 medicines in a casserole, add appropriate amount of water, fry into soup, remove the slag and take the soup, put in the cleaned japonica rice and red dates, and put it in the casserole. If the soup is too little, add a small amount of water to cook a gruel , Add appropriate amount of brown sugar and mix well, then take it for more than 15 days. This side has the effect of strengthening the body and replenishing Qi.
In Chinese medicine, the mind, consciousness and thinking activities of human beings are attributed to the function of the "heart", that is, the brain's response to external things. The "Inner Classics" also says: "The heart is the official of the monarch, the god People who have been engaged in mental work for a long time will cause deficiency of kidney essence and loss of nourishment of the marrow sea. They need to replenish the heart and kidney and brain, and choose medicated diets that strengthen memory, enhance intelligence, and promote thinking. This method is suitable for teachers, researchers and mental workers.
Gastrodia walnut fish
Cordyceps yam bovine pulp soup: Cordyceps 1-2 grams, yam 10 grams, honey juice red lotus 10 grams, Bai Ziren 10 grams, appropriate amount of bovine pulp. In addition to the Cordyceps, put the other 5 herbs in a casserole, add appropriate amount of water, and cook for 30 minutes. Wash the cordyceps, put it in a bowl, add an appropriate amount of water and steam it in a steamer for 20 minutes, add the pre-drug solution and take it together. Continue serving for more than 15 days. This prescription has the effect of invigorating the brain and the heart.
Beauty and beauty medicated diet Chinese medicine believes that if the blood is full, the complexion will be ruddy and shiny. If you stay up late for a long time and do not have a good life pattern, the complexion will be pale or chlorosis, and the skin will appear wrinkled or pigmented. Some successful women are usually busy with work and have no time for maintenance, resulting in blood deficiency, liver and kidney deficiency, stagnation of liver qi, and blood stasis blocking the collaterals. Therefore, they should take products that nourish the kidney and regulate the liver, nourish yin, nourish blood, and regulate qi and remove blood stasis. Enrich the blood, moisturize the skin, and energetic. This party is mainly suitable for ladies.
Chuanxiong and Angelica Fish Head Soup (2 sheets)
1. When a cold starts, you can take it with brown sugar soaked in water. 2. For those with fever, use 15 grams each of scallion white and ginger, 3 grams of salt, pound it into a paste, wrap it with gauze, and rub the chest. The back, the soles of the feet, the palms of the palms and the elbows, the (moon) country nest, and then lying in bed for half an hour will sweat and reduce fever. 3. 250 grams of cabbage heart, 60 grams of white radish, decoct in water, add appropriate amount of brown sugar, eat tea and drink soup, it will heal several times. 4. 15 grams of orange peel, add 250 ml of water, decoct the water, appropriate amount of sugar, and simmer while it is hot.