Today is the last solar term in spring: Gu Yu In the blink of an eye, it’s late spring, and it’s a sign that summer is coming soon. In the late spring, the human body is prone to blood fever. The most common symptom is that the palms and feet will feel hot and dry, and the face will be easy to flush, and the mood will be easy to get bored. There are many ways to remove blood heat. The general symptoms are mild and you don't have to take medicine. You can go out and breathe in the fresh gardens and mountains, and breathe out the hot air in your chest. It is also possible to appropriately select some therapeutic methods that are slightly cooler and have an internal heat release effect. Generally, in late spring, women’s menstruation will be affected to varying degrees. Therefore, when you are in the rainy season, you should eat more blood-activating foods, such as the Dangui safflower rice porridge that I used to swear for the sisters. For the bloody fever phenomenon that is prone to late spring, I recommend a home-cooked dish for everyone. Cucumber powdered skin Although it is a very common cold dish, it: clearing away heat and detoxifying, cooling off the water, lowering blood fat, and laxative It will have a good therapeutic effect on the blood heat symptoms that are prone to hair in late spring.
Put the garlic into garlic and mix the ingredients with the sesame oil and mix it with juice.
Cucumber peeled from the middle, two and a half,
Use the knife face to smash the cucumber and cut it.
The mung bean powder is first boiled in clean water for 15 minutes and then boiled in boiling water.
Cut into wide strips,
Mix the cucumber and mung bean powder into the juice.
Finally, shake it with your hands or with chopsticks. Finally add sesame sauce.
In the late spring, you can eat mung bean porridge, and properly mix some foods that heat up and nourish the liver: buckwheat, glutinous rice, leeks, spinach, celery, lettuce, eggplant, cucumber, mushrooms, etc. These foods are cool and sweet, and can be clear. Run liver and eyesight.