October 23, 2017



- 早睡晚起
- 避寒邪,避免左冷氣風口位置,少吃生冷
- 少喝酒、少吃辛辣及刺激性食物,不宜過飽
- 補肺潤燥,也要養脾胃及適量補氣血

Frost’s Descent (Solar Term)
– Strengthen the spleen and stomach
– Nourish yin and relieve dryness
– Mildly replenish, not cold and not hot
Suggested foods: corn, soy beans, white radish, lotus root, sweet potatoes, chestnuts, pears

Frost’s Descent is the last solar term of autumn, and it’s a transition time before winter. The temperature starts to drop so it is important to keep warm to prevent getting sick. There’s a saying, ‘better to replenish for frost’s descent than for winter’. This is the best time to prepare the body for winter. During autumn, our bodies are prone to respiratory discomfort, especially for those with nasal allergies. For those with asthenic lung qi, you are more vulnerable to catch a cold. Note that those with dampness or asthenic spleen and stomach should avoid nourishing in as they should strengthen the spleen and stomach first.
Fall care:
– Sleep early and sleep in.
– Avoid pathogenic cold, avoid sitting right by air condition vents, and avoid cold and raw foods.
– Decrease consumption of alcohol, spicy and stimulating foods. Don’t overeat.
– Replenish the lungs, relieve dryness, and nourish the spleen and stomach. Appropriately replenish qi and blood.

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