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Sidaolidong regimen alleviates symptoms of coronary heart disease

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

after the beginning of winter, cold waves and strong cold air become more and more frequent. In colder and colder weather, the flow rate of human blood slows down, the viscosity increases, and the burden on the heart may also increase. Therefore, patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases need to closely monitor their physical conditions to prevent the onset of angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease and other diseases. Then let Lao Huangli recommend four Lidong health preserving prescriptions that help alleviate the pain of patients with coronary heart disease.

立冬养生方缓解冠心病

the gradually cold weather after the beginning of winter can cause the spasm and contraction of small blood vessels on the body surface, slow the blood flow speed, increase the blood viscosity, increase the burden on the heart and aggravate the myocardial hypoxia.

severe cold, low air pressure and large temperature difference will make the human body in a state of stress. Low temperature stimulation is easy to excite the human sympathetic nerve, continuously accelerate the heart rate, and vasoconstriction will increase the blood pressure and heart load, causing angina pectoris and myocardial infarction. Therefore, the incidence rate of angina pectoris and acute myocardial infarction increased significantly in severe cold season.

according to the suggestions of traditional Chinese medicine doctors, the following folk prescriptions are beneficial to the condition of coronary heart disease and can alleviate the pain of patients. Patients with coronary heart disease can take them after consulting doctors.

eggplant recipe raw materials: 250g eggplant, 6G peeled green beans, 10ml soy sauce, 4 pepper, 2G refined salt. Preparation method: wash and peel the eggplant, cut it into pieces and put it in a hot oil pot, then put the peeled green beans, soy sauce, pepper and refined salt, and cook it over low heat until the eggplant and green beans are cooked. Usage: once a day. Indications: coronary heart disease.

Allium macrostemon egg recipe raw materials: 100g Allium macrostemon, 3 eggs, 1g refined salt, 5g monosodium glutamate and 25g peanut oil. Preparation method: wash and cut the dried Allium macrostemon, knock the egg into a bowl, put salt and monosodium glutamate, beat it with bamboo chopsticks to make bubbles, then stir the dried Allium macrostemon together with the egg evenly, heat the pan, put peanut oil, heat the oil, pour in the egg dried Allium macrostemon mixture, fry it over the fire for 3 ~ 5 minutes, and fry it well. Usage: edible. Indications: coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, gastritis.

mushroom, fungus and cauliflower recipe raw materials: 20g dry mushroom, 5g black fungus and 30g dry cauliflower. Preparation method: soak dried mushrooms, black fungus and dried cauliflower in water separately, wash and remove impurities, put them into the pot, add 750 mL of water, decoct for 30 minutes, and serve. Usage: take it separately in the morning and evening. Indications: coronary heart disease.

sea pine nut, pig heart and mushroom recipe raw materials: 50g sea pine nut, 250g pig heart, 300g winter mushroom, 1g refined salt, 1g monosodium glutamate, 5g soy sauce, 10g ginger, 10g green onion, 10g cooking wine and 30g peanut oil. Preparation method: wash the pig heart, remove the impurities, cut it into small strips, wash the mushroom, remove the impurities, cut it into blocks, slice the ginger and cut the scallion into sections. Heat human oil in a pot, put human ginger, green onion and cooking wine, stir fry in pig's heart for a moment, 600ml human soy sauce, refined salt, winter mushroom, sea pine nuts and fresh soup, decoct for 30 minutes, add monosodium glutamate, and serve. Usage: eat and drink soup. Indications: coronary heart disease, palpitation.

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