Simple and eye-catching: Yali Pear + vinegar

Abstract: people are prone to excessive liver fire and irritability in autumn. Moreover, in autumn, it is easier for the eyes to become astringent, dry, swollen and unclear. It is also because the liver is prosperous, which leads to the rise of anger, and the liver meridian is connected with the eye meridian, which directly affects the eyes., A fresh and delicious pear with a few drops of vinegar is a common trick for people in Chaoshan, Guangdong Province., Peel and cut the Ya Pear into pieces. After dropping a drop of white vinegar on each piece of Ya Pear, eat it directly. Eat 10 pieces a day. The liver protection folk prescription of Chaoshan people is so simple. Both adults and children can use this folk prescription as long as their intestines and stomach are OK.

This is because “sour and sweet turn Yin”. Sour taste enters the liver and nourishes the liver. Sour and sweet can nourish the liver yin. In dry spring, this method of eating pears can improve the acidity and dryness of the eyes and achieve the effect of brightening the eyes, People tend to get angry and irritable in autumn.

It is a refreshing and delicious pear, plus a few drops of vinegar. This is the trick commonly used by Chaoshan people in Guangdong to protect their liver and eyesight.

Peel and cut Yali pear into pieces. After dropping a drop of white vinegar on each piece of Yali pear, you can eat it directly. You can eat 10 pieces a day. Chaoshan people’s liver protection folk prescription is so simple. Both adults and children can use this folk prescription as long as their intestines and stomach are OK. This is because “sour and sweet turn Yin”. Sour taste enters the liver and nourishes the liver. Sour and sweet can nourish the liver yin. In dry spring, this method of eating pears can improve the acidity and dryness of the eyes and achieve the effect of brightening the eyes.

People are prone to excessive anger, irritability and irritability in autumn. Moreover, in autumn, it is easier for the eyes to be astringent, dry, swollen and unclear. It is also because the liver is prosperous, which leads to the rise of anger, and the liver meridian is connected with the eye meridian, which directly affects the eyes.

In terms of clearing the liver and brightening the eyes, the practice of Cantonese who have always attached importance to health care is worth learning from. What is simpler than eating a few pears above is to have a pot of hangju tea after dinner.

There are many other therapeutic and medicinal diets. For example, when stewing pork ribs or chicken, put fresh chicken bone grass and medlar grass, have morning or evening tea every day, and eat one or two small bowls.

Fried lean meat with lily at lunch can clear fire, moisten dryness and have a certain nourishing effect.

Put an appropriate amount of mung beans in a casserole and cook them with water. Eat 20 minutes before three meals every day for a week, which can also nourish and protect the liver.

Medlar porridge, pig liver porridge and Abalone Porridge are also necessary for every family in spring.

There is another saying in traditional Chinese medicine that the liver and spleen are “mother-child relationship” with each other, so the principle of diet and health preservation in spring should also focus on nourishing the liver and spleen. If spring is prone to spring sleepiness, leg weight, head weight such as wrapping and other symptoms, pay special attention.