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What does frost mean? The weather is getting colder and the first frost appears. Winter begins

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

on October 23, 2017, people will usher in the annual frost, and the people think that the tonic effect is the best at this time; In terms of agricultural production, most of the North has been finishing the autumn harvest, but the south is still in the busy season of "three autumn"; At the same time, because many parts of the country enter the dry season, we should also pay attention to forest protection and fire prevention. So today's old yellow calendar will introduce you what frost means.


Q: what does frost mean? A: the arrival of frost means that the weather is getting colder and the first frost appears. It also means the beginning of winter.


and "frost fall" are the last solar terms in autumn and the solar terms for the transition from autumn to winter. "Frost drop" is a solar term representing the change of temperature, which means that the weather turns cold, dew condenses into frost and begins to see frost. With the advent of frost, crops, plants and trees began to turn yellow and fall leaves, entering the late autumn, late autumn and late autumn of "sweeping thousands of trees to make a yellow".


frost falling folk customs - sending taro ghosts. The frost falling weather is getting colder and hitting all things, which means that autumn will soon end and a cold winter is coming. Therefore, people attach great importance to frost falling solar terms. During this period, there are customs such as dispelling evils and sweeping tombs in many areas, so as to pray for good weather, bumper crops and healthy and happy life in the coming year.

in Yantai, Shandong and other places, people have to go to the western suburbs to welcome the frost on the day of frost; In Gaoming, Guangdong, there is a custom of "sending taro ghosts" before frost. During the frost season, the villagers will gather, build a Vatican tower with tiles, and then light the dry firewood piled in the tower. The more the firewood is burned, the better.


until the fire burns the tiles to red, people push down the Vatican tower, and then place the taro under the burned tiles, which is called "taro pot". After the taro is roasted, they throw the tiles outside the village, which is called "taro delivery ghost". In this simple way, the people use the fire to ward off evil and pray for good luck, which shows the simple concept of seeking good fortune and avoiding evil handed down from ancient times to now.

frost folk custom - eating persimmons every golden autumn October, red persimmons are covered with branches, making people greedy. Persimmon has very high nutritional value and is rich in a variety of nutrients needed by the human body. In particular, it has nourishing effects such as clearing heat, generating fluid, moistening lung and resolving phlegm. In many parts of China, people will buy some red persimmons to eat in the frost season. People think that eating persimmon can not only help keep warm and keep warm, but also tonify muscles and bones. It is a particularly good seasonal food.

in some areas of Quanzhou, people think that eating Ding persimmon during frost will stop runny nose. There are also some places that believe that you should eat pancakes on the day of frost, otherwise your lips will crack all winter. In rural areas, people will climb up big trees full of red persimmons and pick some fresh and sweet persimmons to eat at this time.


fresh persimmons can be processed into many categories, such as persimmon cake, preserved persimmon, persimmon powder, persimmon cream, persimmon tea, frozen persimmon, and can also be brewed into persimmon wine and persimmon vinegar. However, although persimmons are delicious and nutritious, they are cool food, and contain a lot of tannins, cutin and some astringent substances, which are very alkaline, Therefore, never eat too many persimmons on an empty stomach.

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