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Sea Cucumber Soup

Categories: Kidney Jing Vacuity, Kidney Yang Vacuity, Liver Blood Vacuity, Liver Yin Vacuity, Spleen Yang Vacuity

Wood: Sea Cucumber Soup (Tonify Liver Blood) Dusten Nelson Ingredients: Sea Cucumber 2 oz (60g) – nourishes blood and yin, moistens dryness Chinese Red Date 4g – tonifies qi and blood and supports yin He Shou Wu 1 oz (25-30g) – tonify jing and move blood Serves: 1 Cooking Instruction: 1. Wash all ingredients and and cut sea cucumber into pieces 2. Blanch sea cucumber in boiling water for a few minutes; drain, rinse with cold water 3. Put all ingredients in a double layer steamer, add appropriate amount of […]

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Hai Ji Tang (Black-Boned Chicken Soup)

Categories: Kidney & Urinary Bladder Qi Vacuity, Kidney Jing Vacuity, Kidney Unable to Grasp Qi, Liver Blood Vacuity, Spleen Qi Vacuity

Hai Ji Tang (Black-Boned Chicken Soup) via China Serves 4 (about 2 quarts) Ingredients 1 1-lb silkie chicken (wu gu ji: black-boned chicken) head and feet discarded, cleaned and rinsed 20 pieces long yan rou (Longan Arillus) 1/4 cup yi mi (Coicis Semen) 2 large, thick, solid, heavy rhizomes huang jing (Polygonati Rhizoma) 1/4 cup gou qi zi (Lycii Fructus) 3-4 very large slices he shou wu (Polygoni multiflori Radix preparata) 4 pieces dang shen (Codonopsis Radix) 40 pieces lian zi (Nelumbinis Semen) salt light Chinese soy sauce Rinse all […]

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