Office workers enter and leave the air-conditioned room to drink Chinese herbal tea
In the summer, I often go in and out of the air-conditioned room. If I don’t pay attention, I will sneeze in the nose. In the early stage of the cold, I can drink some Chinese herbal tea.
Meng Yong, deputy director of the Department of Respiratory Medicine of the First Affiliated Hospital of Henan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, introduced several of the most simple and easy-to-use cold-induced home-cooked teas. There are only two Chinese medicines in the formula.
銆€銆€9 grams of mulberry chrysanthemum tea mulberry leaves, 12 grams of chrysanthemum, brewed with boiling water.
銆€銆€This tea is suitable for colds in the cold type, that is, it feels headache, and it will feel cold (cold) and red tongue and yellow moss. It is popular in the past, it is cold.The body is a fever.
銆€銆€The two traditional Chinese medicines, mulberry leaf and chrysanthemum, can both heat and disperse the wind. This recipe is based on the refined extraction of traditional Chinese medicine famous sangju drink.
銆€銆€Nepeta, wind-proof tea, Nepeta, 15 grams, 15 grams of windproof, dehydrated offspring tea.
銆€銆€This tea is suitable for colds and colds. In addition to the general symptoms such as nasal congestion, sneezing, coughing, headache, etc., there are also chills, low fever, no sweat, headache, body pain, and sputum sputum.
銆€銆€Honeysuckle forsythia tea honeysuckle 20 grams, 15 grams of forsythia, water decoction offspring tea.
銆€銆€This tea is suitable for the wind-heat type of cold, that is, there are nasal congestion, runny nose, cough, headache, as well as yellowing, thick yellow tongue coating and other symptoms.