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How to supplement the deficiency of Qi and blood in women's health preservation at the beginning of winter

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

some female friends will have cold hands and feet in winter, a large part of which is due to lack of Qi and blood. After the beginning of winter, women with deficiency of Qi and blood can seize the good opportunity to take tonic in winter to take care of their body. Then let the old yellow calendar introduce to you how to take care of women's health at the beginning of winter.


many young girls have mild anemia, Qi deficiency and blood deficiency, which are often manifested in face, body temperature and other aspects. If you often have a ruddy face and feel cold hands and feet, but you are not easy to get angry, you may be a typical lack of Qi and blood. In fact, for girls with insufficient Qi and blood, Lidong is the best opportunity to change their physique.

first of all, after the beginning of winter, women can drink more nourishing soup, or simply stew a little Angelica water and pilose antler lean meat juice.


secondly, rabbit and mutton can be added to ordinary dishes. Because rabbit meat and mutton itself have the effect of tonifying Chinese and Qi. If matched with corresponding medicinal materials, it can achieve better therapeutic effect. For example, rabbit meat can be added with dangshen, yam, medlar, etc. Mutton can be cooked and stewed slowly with ginger and green onions to make a delicious dish.

in addition, women who like to eat snacks can also choose to eat more snacks that can nourish blood, such as red jujube, medlar and sesame.


it should be noted that although the beginning of winter is a great time to take tonics, they should also take tonics according to their own physical conditions. It is best to consult a professional dietitian or doctor before tonic, and always pay attention to the changes of your body during tonic. If you feel unwell, stop excessive tonic as soon as possible.

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