Five food therapy prescriptions that can improve eyesight

Abstract: there are more and more people with myopia. In addition to genetic factors, most of them are due to unsanitary or excessive use of eyes. Xiaobian recommends some folk traditional Chinese medicine diet prescriptions to protect your eyesight, so that you can improve your eyesight and reduce your myopia.,    1. Medlar crucian carp soup (TCM prescription),

1 Medlar crucian carp soup (TCM prescription)

indications: myopia, blurred vision. Formula: one crucian carp (about 2000g) and 10g medlar. Usage: wash crucian carp, remove internal organs, cook soup with medlar, eat meat and drink soup. Tip: white fish or other fish can also replace crucian carp. Food therapy prescription for vision “width =” 400 ″ height = “300 ″ / > 2 Milk and egg drink (folk prescription) indications: myopia. Formula: 1 egg, 1 cup of milk and 1 spoon of honey. Usage: break the egg, pour it into the heated milk, boil it over a low heat, warm the egg after it is cooked, and then take it with honey.      3. Pig liver and egg soup (folk prescription) indications: myopia. Formula: 150g pig liver, 1 egg. Usage: wash and slice the pig liver, add oil in the pot, stir fry, cook yellow rice wine, add water to boil, add eggs, add a little salt and take it.      4. Yinqi Mingmu Decoction (folk prescription) indications: myopia due to deficiency of liver and kidney. Formula: 20g tremella, 20g medlar and 10g jasmine. Usage: drink the above decoction, one dose a day, for several days.        5. Medlar stewed pig liver (traditional Chinese medicine prescription) indications: myopia, tears in the wind. Formula: 20g wolfberry fruit, 300g pig liver, a little edible oil, onion, ginger, sugar, yellow rice wine and starch. Usage: wash the pig liver, put it into the pot with Chinese wolfberry, add some water and cook for 1 hour, take out the pig liver and slice it for standby. Heat the oil pan, stir fry the pork liver slices in the green onion and ginger pan, cook white sugar and yellow rice wine, mix in a little of the original soup, collect the juice, hook in the starch, and the soup will be bright and transparent.