Daily usage of red ginseng
There are many daily uses of red ginseng. You can slice it in your mouth for a while, then chew it, make tea and drink it, or swallow it at the end of grinding
For soup and stew. Among them, chewing is the simplest way to take it. Cut the red ginseng into thin slices, take 2-3 pieces, and hold about 3 grams in the mouth for a moment. When the mouth is rich in saliva, chew and swallow it. Or you can make tea and drink it. Cut the red ginseng into thin slices, put 2-3 grams in a bowl or cup, add boiling water to brew, cover for 5 minutes, and then take it. Chew and swallow the ginseng slices after several times. When used at the end of grinding, grind ginseng into fine powder and swallow it every day. The amount of red ginseng used in this method is less, depending on the individual's constitution, generally 1-1.5g each time.
The best way to stew red ginseng is to cover it with a wet cloth before stewing. After the strips are softened, cut them into thin slices, take 3-5 grams, put them into a porcelain bowl, add half a bowl of water, and stew for 30 minutes. The ginseng slices after taking the soup can be stewed twice. In order to avoid waste, take the soup with dregs. Should pay attention to stewed ginseng juice, do not rush to open the lid, should wait for its natural cooling, slightly cool when taking. Red ginseng is often accompanied by a certain bitterness when eating. If the taste is good, ginseng can be cooked together with lean pork, chicken and fish, which can not only nourish and strengthen the body, but also eliminate the bitterness. However, the ginseng should be put back later, and the time should not be too long, generally not more than 2 hours.
However, it is not suitable for people who are not deficient in body and easy to get angry due to yin deficiency. Many people think that when they feel unwell, they think that they are undernourished. In fact, a considerable number of people have excessive nutrition. Especially urban residents, they are not suitable to eat tonics, especially red ginseng. Because of the warm red ginseng, red ginseng is not suitable for people who have symptoms of "Yin deficiency and easy fire" such as gingival swelling, dry mouth and dry throat, and easy nosebleed.