good food for cold



Cold treatment and prevention are effective in eating foods that are good for the respiratory tract or bronchial tubes. 
Briefly introduce foods and dosing tips for winter colds.

■ Fruit pear

 The stomach is effective in relieving coughs and walls, so it works when the cough doesn't heal for a long time. It is also good for constipation diuretics, but eating too much can make your stomach cold. People with weak digestion are prone to diarrhea if they eat.
 Dig out the insides of the pear, put honey in it, cover it with a lid, and then harden it and drink it. Or you can make pear juice and eat it with ginger juice and honey, or you can cut a pear and mix it with milk and sweeten it.

■ Cucumber

 Cucumber is a food that is good for high blood pressure and kidney disease by releasing wastes and salt in the body, which stimulates metabolism and relieves fatigue. If you have an asthma attack, it is good to eat it with native honey, which acts to soothe asthma. It's good to put native honey in the juice of the cucumber.

■ Bellflower root

 Bellflower root is a slightly warm-tempered medicine and is a representative herbal medicine used in respiratory diseases, and it has a strong effect of removing pus. In particular, saponin contained in bellflower root stimulates the secretion function of the bronchial tubes, which is effective when phlegm dries up and your throat hurts. There are also sedation, pain, and anti-inflammatory effects.
 Add water to 10g of dried bellflower root, sweeten it until the amount is half, and then add honey and drink it three times a day.

■ Mudfish

 Mudwis are effective in boosting lung energy and cutting phlegm, which is used as a medicine for respiratory diseases that produce coughs or phlegm. It strengthens the stomach, strengthens the weak constitution, and can stop coughing when a pregnant woman is having trouble using medicine.
Boiled and eaten the leaves and stems, or consistently eaten in various ways such as side dishes, can relieve symptoms of asthma attacks can be alleviated.

■ Quince

 In oriental medicine, quince is known to have an excellent effect when coughing heavily due to cold, bronchitis, lung inflammation, etc. It can be used for chronic bronchitis or sore throat because it removes phlegm and stops coughing. It also strengthens the digestive function of the stomach, so it is good for people with nausea or frequent indigestion.
 Pour water into one or two quince and boil it, add about 200g of brown sugar, boil it one more time until it is completely dissolved, cool it down, and keep it in storage, and then pour hot water from time to time and drink it.

■ Carp

 The main ingredients of carp are minerals such as protein, fat, potassium, and iron, and vitamins B1 and B2 and are also high in histidine, glycine, and amino acids. Carp can help cure symptoms of a severe cough that are filling up the chest and short of breath.
 Remove the scales of a carp weighing about 150 grams, wrap it in paper, grill it on fire, remove the spines, and grind it again to take it on an empty stomach.

■ Apricot

 The nature of apricots is a little warm, sour and sweet, and a little poisonous. Apricot contains about 3% of the ingredient amygdaline. The ingredient stops coughing and reduces phlegm, and also promotes movement of the colon to prevent constipation.
 Mix 10g of apricot seeds and 1g of perilla seeds together and take 6~8g at a time three times a day. It's good to fold it in honey for asthma coughs in older people. The ingredient amygdaline contained in apricot seeds has the effect of stopping coughing and decaying phlegm, making it stronger when used with perilla seeds.