Joint Fir Pear Soup (5213)

Treat heat cough with phlegm and face and ears turning hot and red


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Joint Fir Pear Soup

SYMPTOMS

Initially wind-cold type symptoms but turned internal to become heat cough with phlegm and face and ears turning hot and red, dyspenea, hoarse voice, constipation.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS:

Open the inhibited lung energy and relieve dyspnea, relieve cough, open the nasal passage, promote duresis and induce sweating, relieve constipation.

2 SERVINGS:

  •       Chinese pear 雪梨 - 2
  •       Joint fir (ma huang) 麻黃 - 8gm
  1. Cut each pear into quarters and remove core.
  2. Rinse herbs and put all ingredients in a medium size casserole with 3 cups of water and cover with lid.
  3. Place the casserole on a stainless steel cooling-stand inside a pot or a wok with enough hot water at the bottom to reach up to the lower third of the casserole. Cover the pot or wok with lid.
  4. Place the pot or wok on medium high heat and cook for 2 hours. Add boiling water to the cooking regularly to maintain the cooking and to prevent burning.
  5. Eat pear and soup by 2 servings.

USAGE:

No restriction.

ALTERNATIVE METHOD:

Bring the soup to a boil in a pot for about 10 minutes and transfer the cooking to a slow cooker and cook for 2 hours on high heat.



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