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Liver Blood Xu-Bu Xue Dang Gui Ya

Categories: Heart Blood Stagnation, Heart Blood Vacuity, Kidney Yang Vacuity, Liver Blood Vacuity, Liver Qi Stagnation, Spleen Yang Vacuity

liver blood xu- bu xue dang gui ya
Fx: regulate the qi, tonify and nourish the blood.
Sx :D dizziness, tired, fatigue, might have cold hands and feet
Dang gui 5g,Shu di 3g,Chaun xiong1g,Bai shao 2g,Dan shen 2g,Huang qi 2 g, Gou qi 5g,Gui zhi 1g,Duck*1 ( 3kg),Fresh ginger 1g,
Fx of herbs
Dang gui : moisten the bowel and tonify , nourish the blood
Shu di :tonify blood, benefit yin
Chaun xiong: move and nourish the blood
Bai shao: nourish the blood
Dan shen : active blood, break up blood stasis and clam the spirit
Huang qi : tonify qi and blood , increase immunity
Gou qi zi: enrich the kd, supply the liver
Gui zhi : warm and unblock channels
Duck- nourish kd yin ,moisten dryness
Fresh ginger-harmonize mj
rice wine- support other ingredients

How to cook:
1. In ceramic pot and boil 6 cups of water( 1 cup=150cc) then add all herbs cook for 40 minuets.
2. keep the tea you made
3. take out all organ from the duck and wash and clean
4. add #2 and ginger, rice wine , salt and cover duck w/ enough water and put in a rice cooker to cook.
5. wait until the rice cooker told you the food is done

serve size 6-8 people

Huang Qi Broth To Regain Appetite

Categories: Kidney Jing Vacuity, Spleen Qi Vacuity

Huang Qi Broth To Regain Appetite

Erika Anderson

Ingredients Channels Taste, Temp. Functions
30 grams Huang Qi Wrapped in Cheese Cloth SP, LU Sweet, Warm Tonifies Qi & Blood, Increases Appetite
3 pounds of Chicken Pieces SP, ST, K Sweet, Warm Tonifies Qi & Blood, Nourishes Kidneys Jing
10 Cups Cold Water (or enough water to cover the chicken)
7 Slices of Ginger LU, SP, ST Pungent Warm Stops Nausea, Disperses Cold
8 Green Onions, cut into 1 inch Pieces LU, ST, LI Pungent, Warm Warms The Lung and Stomach
2 Celery Stalks, cut into 2 inch Pieces LV, ST Sweet, Bitter, Cold Clears Heat, Resolves Toxins, Subdues Liver Yang, Drains Damp, Calms Shen
¼ Cup of Rice Wine ST, LV, H Pungent, Sweet, Warm Invigorates Blood, Expels Cold
2 Black Peppercorn ST, LI Pungent Warm Warms the Middles Jiao, Descend ST Qi, Expels Damp and Cold

Directions Of How to Make Broth
1) Rinse the chicken pieces under cold water.
2) Place in a large pot and add the 10 Cups ( Or Enough to Cover).
3) Add the Ginger, Green onions, Celery, Rice Wine, and bring to a boil over medium heat, occasionally skimming off the foam that rises to the top.
4) Add the Salt and Pepper.
5) Cover, Reduce heat and simmer for 2 hours.
6) Strain the broth.

Broth Treats
ï‚Ÿ Overall Chicken Broth is Warm and Sl. Pungent and goes to the SP, ST, LU, K.
ï‚Ÿ It Warms the Middle Jiao, Stopping Nausea , Tonifies Qi and Blood
ï‚Ÿ Simmering the chicken for this long releases all of the Chickens Jing, therefore it Nourishes Kidney Jing
ï‚Ÿ The Huang Qi and Ginger, add that extra kick needed to Stimulate the Appetite.

Use Your Qi to Choose What to Cook In Your Broth

ï‚Ÿ Everyday choose a couple of vegetables, there are some suggested vegetables listed below, but it is important that you choose vegetables that you like to eat.
ï‚Ÿ If you want add some meat and cook with the vegetables (Such as Pork Meat Balls, Or thinly slices Boneless chicken breast), Or you may use the chicken that was cooked when you made the broth.
ï‚Ÿ If you want put a little bit of Cheese in at the end. As long as its not too much.
ï‚Ÿ You can add extra flavors such as Lemon, Lime, Lemon Grass, Cilantro, Basil, a bit a hot sauce, soy sauce.
ï‚Ÿ If you want add cooked Pearl Barley, White Rice, or a small amount of Noodles.

Suggestions of Vegetables to cook in Broth for Qi and Blood Xu with Lack of Appetite
Channels Flavors & Temp.
Wood Ear SP, K, Sweet, Neutral Supplements Qi and Blood
Spinach ST, LI, Sweet, Cold Clears Heat, Nourishes Blood
Broccoli SP, LV Sweet, Sl.Bitter, Acrid, Cool Nourishes Liver Blood, Strengthen SP
Cabbage ST, K Sweet, Neutral Harmonizes Stomach, Nourishes Jing
Carrot SP, LV, Sweet, Neutral Strengthen SP, and Heart,
Nourishes & Soothes the Liver
Soy Sauce Salty Cold Harmonizes Middle Jiao
Cilantro Pungent Warm Harmonizes Middle Jiao
Pearl Barley
(If you want try some noodles)
Bland Cool Strengthen SP,Drain Damp