Dang-gui and Mutton Soup (2608)

Promote blood and fluid circulation, regulate hormones and retard aging

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Dang-gui and Mutton Soup


Lack of energy, blood and qi deficiency manifested as indigestion, postpartum weakness or hemorrhage in women. 


Tonify blood and spleen, promote blood and fluid circulation, regulate hormones, improve complexion, and retard aging.


  • Dang-gui/Angelica (head) 當歸頭 - 30gm
  • Fresh ginger - 60gm
  • Mutton - 250gm

1.     Wash mutton, cut into pieces (about 2" cubes), put in boiling water to cook for 5 minutes, remove and rinse.

2.     Rinse and cut angelica into smaller pieces.

3.     Skin ginger and cut into thick slices.

4.     Put all ingredients in a pot with adequate water (about 2 liters). Bring to boil, remove foam and reduce heat to simmer for two hours to about 2 cups of soup left.

5.     Add salt to serve. Eat meat with soup.


To be taken daily until symptoms have improved. Can be used regularly for health maintenance and to retard aging. Not suitable when having flu, cold, cough, diarrhea, skin diseases and any inflammatory diseases. Avoid eating pumpkin when having this soup.



If insufficient blood is causing dizziness, palpitation and loosing sleep, the recipe can be changed to: chicken meat 200gm, dang-gui 40gm and dried longan fruit 120gm.  

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