To prevent stomach injury in autumn and winter, you might as well drink a cup of clove warm stomach tea

  After the beginning of winter, the weather in Guangzhou has gradually entered the most comfortable “autumn cool” time of the year, but the temperature difference between day and night is large. Many, the stomach and intestines are prone to spasm and contraction; and as the weather turns cooler, people’s appetite is strong, the burden on the stomach and intestines increases, and it is easy to cause stomach problems.

   Wang Xuechuan, the attending Chinese physician in the Department of Spleen and Stomach Diseases, Guangzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, reminded that special attention should be paid to keeping the stomach warm at the turn of autumn and winter. “Tea” is used to warm the middle and dispel cold, promote qi to relieve pain, and prevent the stomach from hurting the stomach during autumn cooling.

   Ding has a pungent fragrance, warm in nature, and belongs to the spleen and stomach meridian. It not only can warm the middle and dispel cold and relieve pain, but also is especially good at reducing nitric acid and relieving vomiting. It is an important medicine for treating deficiency, cold and vomiting. Modern pharmacology suggests that it can promote gastric juice secretion, anti-ulcer, anti-diarrhea, and anti-hypoxia effects.

   Amomum villosum is pungent, warm in nature, and belongs to the spleen, stomach, and kidney meridian. Function to relieve dampness and appetite, warm the spleen and relieve diarrhea. Modern pharmacology suggests that Amomum villosum has the effects of anti-ulcer, inhibiting gastric acid secretion and enhancing intestinal motility.

  Lilac warming stomach tea

   Ingredients: 3 grams of cloves, 5 grams of Amomum, 2 slices of ginger.

   Method: Put the above three kinds of medicine into a teapot, soak in boiling water to replace the tea. Or add 300ml of water and fry to 150ml, take it after meal.

   Efficacy: warming the middle and dispelling cold, promoting qi and relieving pain, reducing Ni and relieving nausea.

   Taboo: Suitable for patients with cold pain, abdominal distension, hiccups and vomiting due to cold. Insufficient stomach yin or heat accumulation in the spleen and stomach should not be used. (If the symptoms are not relieved after taking, be sure to seek medical attention in time)

   (Yangcheng Evening News reporter Yu Yanhong, correspondent Gao Sande)

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