Deer Tendon and Double Trotters Soup (5411)

Treat stiffness and lack of energy in body and extremities after stroke


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Deer Tendon and Double Trotters Soup

SYMPTOMS:  

Stiffness and lack of energy in body and extremities after stroke, inability to walk properly.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS:   

Tonify kidney to strengthen muscles and tendons, promote blood circulation and invigorate yang energy. 

INGREDIENTS: (2 Servings)

  • Dried deer tendons 鹿肋 - 40gm
  • Chicken feet 雞腳- 8
  • Pig trotter 豬腳 – 2 (chop into pieces)
  • Chinese yam (shan yao) 淮山 - 80gm
  • Giji-berry / Chinese wolf-berry (gou ji zi) 枸杞子 - 20gm
  • Ginger - 3 slices
  • Pitted red dates - 5

1.   Pre-soak deer tendons until rehydrated (about one to two days) and cook in boiling water for 5 minutes. Remove and cut into sections.

2.   Wash chicken feet, cut off claws. Wash pig trotter. Put both in boiling water to boil for 5 minutes, remove and rinse.

3.   Soak herbs for 20 minutes and rinse clean. Put all ingredients in a soup pot with adequate water (about 12 cups) and bring to a boil. Remove foam, reduce heat and simmer for 3 hours to about 2 cups of soup.

4.   Add salt to serve. Eat some content with soup by 2 servings.

USAGE:   

Not suitable when having flu or fever.



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