Autumn Dryness | Two Chinese Medicine Tea Drinks to Relieve Dry Mouth and Dry Throat: Baked Mint Tea, Stewed Snow Fungus and Fig Water-20210911-HOT PICK

September 12, 2021 by archyde

QiuzaoeasyDry mouth、Dry throat, Lin Guanjie, visiting associate professor at the Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, provided reliefQiuzaoRemedy, for those who are hot and dry, bake mint tea, and those who are cold and cold can drink stewed white fungus and fig water.

Baked Mint Tea

Suitable for: People with hot and dry constitution (such as red tongue coating, yellow urine, etc.)

Method: One cup of hot water at 60 to 70 degrees Celsius, add a mint leaf, add one to two drops of lemon juice, bake for a while and drink. If you have severe heat and dry mouth and bitter mouth, you can smell it before drinking to help relieve nose and throat discomfort. Cold physique is not suitable.

Stewed white fungus and fig water

Suitable for: People with cold constitution (frozen hands and feet, easy to dry mouth)

Method: macerate snow fungus or yellow ears about 1 tablespoon, 1 dried fig, 1 to 2 drops of ginger juice, a little rock sugar, 1 and a half to 2 bowls of water, simmer for 1.5 hours.

Tips: The effect of stewing is best, and it is best to drink on an empty stomach in the morning.

Remarks: The constitution of each body is different. If you have any questions, you should consult a registered Chinese medicine practitioner or family doctor.

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