Goji berries are suitable for all seasons
Spring with astragalus, summer with chrysanthemum, autumn with Sydney, winter with longan wolfberry is a health food that has entered millions of households. “Compendium of Materia Medica” states that wolfberry can “strengthen bones and bones long, light and not old, and resistant to cold and heat.
“Modern nutritional analysis shows that wolfberry contains betaine, carotene, a variety of unsaturated fatty acids, amino acids, and multivitamins.
Betaine can inhibit adult deposition in the liver, prevent liver cirrhosis, and protect normal liver cells.
In the spring, Chinese wolfberry is sweet and smooth, and can be taken by itself or boiled in water with astragalus.
Summer is hot, wolfberry is compatible with chrysanthemum, honeysuckle, green tea, etc., can relieve fatigue.
Eating wolfberry in autumn requires nourishing food, some Sydney, Chuanbei, Lily and so on.
Of course, some sour foods, such as hawthorn, can also be used to achieve the effect of “sour sweetening and turning yin”.
In winter, Chinese wolfberry can supplement the yang qi, and it should be used with longan and yam to make porridge. It can also be used with mutton to enter the dish.
Lycium barbarum should be stored dry, ventilated, avoiding high temperature and insect pests.
Excessive smoking with sulfur can make wolfberry seeds bright and bright red. When buying, you should pay attention not to emphasize the appearance.
Generally, it should be taken in small amounts for a long time, and should not be taken in excess.
The medicated diet formula for health care is as follows-nourishing liver and kidney formula: used for dizziness caused by liver and kidney yin deficiency, dazzling, unfavorable joint flexion and extension, irritability and night sweats.
30 grams of Chinese wolfberry, 10 grams of Cordyceps sinensis, 50 grams of lily, slow cook for about 20 minutes, add 500 grams of pork or sheep liver and seasoning, and cook for about 30 minutes, eat liver and soup in portions.
Yangganmingmufang: It is suitable for dry eyes, unclear vision, dizziness, and fatigue due to insufficient blood in the liver.
100 grams of Chinese wolfberry, 100 grams of Ligustrum lucidum, 50 grams of chrysanthemum chrysanthemum.
The author is Li Peiwen, director of the Department of Traditional Chinese Oncology at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital of the Ministry of Health