Traditional Chinese medicine recommends kelp cure
Kelp, alias Kumbu, Jiang cabbage.
A species of brown algae, which grows on rocks on the sea floor, is shaped like a ribbon and contains a large amount of iodine, which can be used to extract iodine and potassium.
When Chinese medicine is used, it is called Kunbu, and it is called “the crown of alkaline food”.
It is a kind of vegetable with high nutritional value. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that kelp-like salty cold has the functions of softening and firming, reducing phlegm, asthma, passing diuresis, and reducing fat and blood pressure.
Hypertension: take kelp and 30 grams of cassia grass, decoction, eat kelp and drink soup, or take an appropriate amount of kelp, dry it and grind it, boil water, 3 times a day, 5 grams each time, use 1?
3 for 1 course per month.
Hyperlipidemia: Take kelp, 150 grams each of mung beans, and brown sugar.
Cook kelp and mung beans until they are cooked and season with brown sugar, 2 times a day.
Auntie liver: Take an appropriate amount of kelp silk, an animal spine, and an appropriate amount of spices.
Wash the kelp shreds and steam them first; the animal spine stew soup, skimming the floating foam after the soup is opened, add the kelp shreds and simmer, season with seasoning.
Constipation: Take 60 grams of kelp, soak it and cook it, add the right amount of condiments, take it daily, take 1 dose daily.
Chronic pharyngitis: Take 300 grams of kelp, and appropriate sugar.
Wash the kelp, shred them, remove them with boiling water, marinate with sugar for 3 days, and eat 30 grams each morning and evening.
Itchy skin: take kelp 60?
90 grams, 150?
250 grams, add water and simmer until cooked, season with salt, eat twice.
Osteoporosis: Take 150 grams of kelp and 1000 grams of pork bones, add to a pressure cooker, add 2000 ml of water, boil and simmer in the fire, season with seasoning and serve