Do you feel under the weather when the temperature to plummet? Here are some easy recommendations from the Chinese medicine pantry to help you ward off the nasties’ of the season.
Use ginger in your soups, teas, and stir-fries. Aromatic and warming, ginger infusions are particularly good to drink after getting caught in cold, wet weather. Just a few slices of fresh ginger will go a long way.
Use cinnamon in your oatmeal to warm the kidneys and digestive organs on an everyday basis.
Keep carrots around the house. Often called baby ginseng because of their ability to increase qi, … Read More