Seven therapeutic formulas for hyperopia

Abstract: hyperopia is due to the short axis of the eye. When the adjustment state is not used, the main focus falls behind the retina after the parallel light passes through the refraction of the eye. So, what are the food treatments for hyperopia?, Therapeutic formula for hyperopia, (1) apple egg milk: raw materials: one apple, one Mandarin and one egg each, 200ml milk and 10ml honey. Preparation method: cut the apple and citrus into small pieces and put them into a juicer to squeeze them into mixed juice for use. Beat the eggs into a bowl and stir well. Pour the milk into the pot and cook it over medium heat until it is almost boiling. When it is boiling, add the stirred eggs. After boiling, leave the fire, and then add the mixed juice and honey while it is hot. Stir well. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening., (2) celery fresh lotus root juice: raw materials: 150g celery and fresh lotus root, 100g cucumber and 5ml lemon juice. Preparation method: Chop celery, fresh lotus root and cucumber, put them into a juicer and squeeze them into a mixed juice, then add lemon juice into the mixed juice and stir evenly. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening., (3) black bean porridge: raw materials: 100g of black bean and japonica rice, 50g of floating wheat (immature wheat). Preparation and usage: wrap the floating wheat with gauze and put it into the pot with black beans. Add water to decoct. After the black beans bloom, take out the gauze bag containing floating wheat, add japonica rice to cook porridge, and cook it. This porridge can be eaten once in the morning and once in the evening., (4) fried shredded pork with Lycium barbarum: raw materials: 30g Lycium barbarum and 200g lean pork. Preparation and usage: first wash the Lycium barbarum, put it into a bowl and steam it in a cage (or separated from water) for use. Cut the lean pork into shreds, put it into the pot and stir fry it with vegetable oil until it is almost cooked. Add steamed medlar, and then stir fry for a moment (salt and other condiments can be added). This dish can be eaten with meals every day., (5) carrot, apple and soybean milk: raw materials: 50g of carrot and apple, 200ml of soybean milk and 5ml of lemon juice. Preparation method: cut up carrots and apples, put them into a juicer with soybean milk at the same time, press them into a mixed juice, then add lemon juice into the mixed juice, and stir evenly. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening.,

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(1) apple egg milk: raw materials: 1 apple, 1 Mandarin and 1 egg each, 200ml milk and 10ml honey. Preparation method: cut the apple and citrus into small pieces and put them into a juicer to squeeze them into mixed juice for use. Beat the eggs into a bowl and stir well. Pour the milk into the pot and cook it over medium heat until it is almost boiling. When it is boiling, add the stirred eggs. After boiling, leave the fire, and then add the mixed juice and honey while it is hot. Stir well. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening.

(2) celery fresh lotus root juice: raw materials: 150g celery and fresh lotus root, 100g cucumber and 5ml lemon juice. Preparation method: Chop celery, fresh lotus root and cucumber, put them into a juicer and squeeze them into a mixed juice, then add lemon juice into the mixed juice and stir evenly. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening.

(3) black bean porridge: raw materials: 100g of black bean and japonica rice respectively, 50g of floating wheat (immature wheat). Preparation and usage: wrap the floating wheat with gauze and put it into the pot with black beans. Add water to decoct. After the black beans bloom, take out the gauze bag containing floating wheat, add japonica rice to cook porridge, and cook it. This porridge can be eaten in the morning and evening every day.

(4) fried shredded pork with Lycium barbarum: raw materials: 30g Lycium barbarum and 200g lean pork. Preparation and usage: first wash the Lycium barbarum, put it into a bowl and steam it in a cage (or separated from water) for use. Cut the lean pork into shreds, put it into the pot and stir fry it with vegetable oil until it is almost cooked. Add steamed medlar, and then stir fry for a moment (salt and other condiments can be added). This dish can be eaten with meals every day.

(5) Carrot Apple soybean milk: raw materials: 50g carrot and apple, 200ml soybean milk and 5ml lemon juice. Preparation method: cut up carrots and apples, put them into a juicer with soybean milk at the same time, press them into a mixed juice, then add lemon juice into the mixed juice, and stir evenly. This drink can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening.

(6) sesame peanut milk: raw materials: 15g black sesame, 25g peanut kernel and 50g soybean powder. Preparation and usage: first put the black sesame and peanut kernel into the pot, fry them, grind them into fine powder and set aside. Put bean flour into the pot, add an appropriate amount of water to boil, then add peanut kernel and black sesame powder, and stir evenly. This soy milk can be drunk once in the morning and once in the evening.

(7) medlar leaf pig liver soup: raw materials: 100g medlar leaf, 200g pig liver, appropriate amount of seasoning. Preparation and usage: wash medlar leaves and set aside. Wash and slice the pig liver, put it into a boiling soup pot, add cooking wine, scallion, ginger and other spices, simmer for 30 minutes, add the washed medlar leaves after the pig liver is cooked, and cook for about 10 minutes. This dish can be eaten with meals every day.