September 19, 2020






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Warm your uterus to conceive
Aversion to cold is the most apparent in the uterus in a woman’s body. People of this era enjoy drinking chilled beverages and consuming raw and cold food, and this can easily cause the uterus to become cold, and such condition is called ‘gong han’, which literally means uterus in English.

A cold uterus can further cause menstrual pain, and lower the chances of conceiving successfully. For individuals who are ready to get pregnant, make sure you keep your uterus warm at all time! Drink an appropriate amount of herbal tea to warm the meridians and dispel cold; treat yourself to a warm footbath before sleep, as it can not only warm the uterus but also help you relax – which is an important contributing factor for pregnancy.

Fried rice water with black wolfberry and Chinese date
Effects: Warms the meridians and dispels dampness. Suitable to those with cold limbs, aversion to cold and menstrual pain
Ingredients: 6 black wolfberries, 4 pitted Chinese dates, 1/3 cup fried rice or 1 sachet of Fried Rice Water
Preparation: Place all ingredients into thermos, rinse once with hot water. Add in hot water and steep for 15 minutes until aroma develops.
This tea can be re-browed until flavour weakens. For best results, drink consecutively for 2-3 days. Two weeks for a treatment.

Recipe for cold dispelling feet bath
Effects: Keeps warm and promotes sweating, dispels cold and dampness, improves blood circulation
Preparation: Put all ingredients into a pot of hot water, cook on high heat for 10 minutes. Pour into bucket and add in suitable amount of cold water to suitable temperature (40 Celsius) . Soak both feet for 15-20 minutes. Soak nightly before sleep for 3-5 days.

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