Chestnuts have a sweet taste and warm nature, and can enter the spleen, stomach, and kidney meridians of the human body. They are known as the "fruit of the kidney", and moderate consumption can help prevent and treat diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, and osteoporosis. Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners say that in addition to direct consumption, adding chestnuts into vegetables and making medicinal wine can better play their role in tonifying the kidney and promoting yang. Chestnuts have high nutritional value. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, chestnuts are warm in nature and sweet in taste, with the effects of nourishing the stomach, spleen, qi, kidney, and waist. Moderate consumption can help prevent and treat diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, and osteoporosis, making it a great tonic in daily diet. Middle aged and elderly people with discomfort symptoms such as low back pain, weak legs and feet, and frequent urination are more suitable for taking it.
Chestnut wine is more effective in enhancing medicinal power, tonifying the kidneys, and aiding yang
In addition to the commonly known Roasted chestnuts in sugar-coated heated sand, chestnuts mutton, and chestnuts cake, there are many ways to eat chestnuts. They are delicious whether fried, steamed, boiled, or stewed. You can even choose to combine it with wine to make a "medicinal wine" that helps strengthen and strengthen the body for consumption. In fact, dissolving traditional Chinese medicine and wine into medicinal wine is a common nourishing method in traditional Chinese medicine. Medicinal liquor is not only easy to prepare, but also has stable properties. Alcohol is a good organic solvent that can easily dissolve various active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine, enhancing the medicinal potential and fully exerting its effectiveness through the use of alcohol, thereby improving the therapeutic effect. Especially for male friends who experience impotence and slippery sperm, soaking chestnuts in wine can tonify the kidneys and boost yang, with significant effects.
Ingredients: 120g chestnuts, 500g Baijiu.
Method: 1. Prepare a dry and clean glass bottle. 2. Wash and dry the chestnuts, then shell and crush them, and place them in a clean bottle. 3 Pour in Baijiu, cover and seal it, place it in a cool place, shake it several times a day, and drink it after 10 days. Usage: Drink 10 to 25 milliliters on an empty stomach once a day in the morning and once a day in the evening (chestnut flesh is not required). Effect: Chestnuts tonify the kidney, assist yang, and benefit the spleen and stomach. Make it into an alcoholic beverage and use its alcohol power to exert medicinal effects, resulting in better efficacy.