Can dandelion, medlar and chrysanthemum make tea together?

In the past two years, flower tea and fruit tea have become very popular and popular. In addition, people pay more and more attention to health care. People are not unfamiliar with the combination of dandelion, chrysanthemum and wolfberry. They are not only traditional Chinese medicine, but also a kind of food material. Whether they are soaking in water, frying soup, or cooking porridge, they can play a certain role.
So, can dandelion, medlar and chrysanthemum drink together? What health preserving effect can it play? The following answer will help you solve this problem. Let’s take a look at the effects of these three kinds of Chinese medicine with the same origin.
Chrysanthemum, which can clear away heat and poison, and clear the eyes and wind
Chrysanthemum, also known as chamomile, real chrysanthemum and medicinal chrysanthemum, is the head of chrysanthemum, a composite plant. The outer layer is fascicular ligulate flower, which is in the shape of flat petals. The center is formed by the aggregation of most tubular flowers, and the base has an involucre, which is composed of 3-4 layers of bracts.
Chrysanthemum is fragrant and tastes light and bitter.
Chrysanthemum is preferred to have complete flowers, bright colors, fragrance and no impurities.
The medicinal chrysanthemums are most cultivated in Henan, Anhui and Zhejiang; For example, those produced in Bozhou, Guoyang, Anhui and Shangqiu, Henan are called “Boju”; Chuju, produced in Chuxian County, Anhui Province, is called “Chuju”; The chrysanthemums produced in Jiaxing, Tongxiang, Wuxing and Haining of Zhejiang Province are called “Hangzhou chrysanthemums”, among which Boju and Hangzhou chrysanthemums are of the best quality.
Chrysanthemum, according to the color of the flower, can also be divided into yellow chrysanthemum and white chrysanthemum.
As a traditional Chinese medicine, chrysanthemum tastes pungent, sweet and bitter, and its nature is slightly cold. It belongs to the lung and liver meridians. Chrysanthemum contains stachydrine, locust glycoside, luteolin, large poseid, adenine, choline, glucoside and other components. As for the medicinal chrysanthemum, we are familiar with its role of clearing away heat and toxic substances, improving eyesight and dispersing wind. Studies have shown that chrysanthemum has different clinical values. Its main pharmacological effects are antiviral, bactericidal and anti-inflammatory, prevention of tumor mutagenesis, prevention and treatment of infectious bacteria, resistance to parasites, etc. It can also enhance the function of cardiovascular system and immune system, improve the metabolic capacity of cholesterol, and thus improve the immunity of the body.
In daily life, drinking chrysanthemum tea can also play a role in promoting pharynx, detumescence, clearing heat and detoxification.
Queen of Medicinal Tea: Dandelion
Dandelion, also known as the Queen of Medicinal Tea, is also known as Huanghua Di Ding, Po Pat, Huanghua Miao, Huanghuang Miao, Huanghua Cao, etc.
Dandelion, a perennial herb of Compositae family, is a rooted whole herb of Dandelion and many other plants of the same genus.
Dandelion is distributed in China and has many varieties. There are more than 100 kinds in China, mainly produced in Shandong, Shanxi, Hebei and Northeast China.
Dandelions grow near fields, roadsides and wastelands.
Dandelion is a treasure all over, and can be used as medicine.
Dandelion tastes bitter, sweet and cold. It belongs to the liver and stomach meridians. The medicinal active ingredients of dandelion are flavonoids, phenolic acids, triterpenoids, sterols, sesquiterpene lipids, etc.
Dandelion is a diuretic herb, used for the treatment of hepatobiliary diseases and chronic edema;
The root of dandelion has the function of strengthening stomach and eliminating hemorrhoids.
As the main active ingredient of dandelion, chlorogenic acid has pharmacological effects such as lowering blood lipid, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-virus, protecting liver and cholagogue.
In addition, dandelion plays an important role in gastrointestinal tract, immunity, anti-oxidation and anti mite.
As a good product from the same source of medicine and food, it not only has many medicinal values, but also is a kind of wild vegetable with high nutrition.
Gift: Chinese wolfberry
Chinese wolfberry, also known as Gouqizi, beet, Chinese wolfberry, red green pepper, etc., is the mature fruit of the solanaceous plant Lycium barbarum or Ningxia Lycium barbarum. When the fruits are ripe in summer and autumn, remove the fruit handle, cool them in a cool place until the peel is wrinkled, then expose them to the sun until the peel is dry and hard, and the pulp is soft.
Lycium barbarum grows on hillsides, ridges or hills, and is distributed in most parts of the country. There are three core production areas, one in Tianjin. It is said that it was introduced and developed from Ningxia during the Gengzi period of the Qing Dynasty, and it is called “Jin Lycium barbarum”; Later, Lycium barbarum in the ancient city of Xinjiang was also considered as a place of origin. The second is in Zhangye, Gansu Province, which is called “Ganlycium barbarum”. Third, Zhongwei and Zhongning regions in Ningxia, known as “West Medlar”. Among many varieties, lycium barbarum has the best quality.
Ningxia wolfberry has been cultivated for more than 500 years, and was listed as a “tribute fruit” in the Hongzhi period of the Ming Dynasty.
As a traditional Chinese medicine, wolfberry is sweet and smooth, and belongs to the liver and kidney meridians. Lycium barbarum, as a plant with the same origin of medicine and food, has the effect of tonifying the kidney and liver. Eating more Lycium barbarum can also relieve long-term back pain and prolong life.
In terms of medicine, the content of lycium barbarum polysaccharides and amino acids in lycium barbarum is very high. Research shows that lycium barbarum polysaccharides have the effects of immune regulation, anti-aging, blood lipid lowering, blood glucose lowering, liver protection, radiation protection, anti fatigue, reproductive system protection, anti hypoxia, etc. In addition, lycium barbarum can also promote hormone secretion and protect eyes.
What functions does dandelion medlar chrysanthemum tea have? Who should not drink?
The combination of dandelion, medlar and chrysanthemum shows that dandelion and chrysanthemum can both reduce fire, clear heat and detoxify. The medlar has the function of protecting the liver, brightening the eyes and nourishing the liver and kidney. Therefore, the three can drink in water to alleviate the discomfort in the eyes, which is suitable for people who use their eyes for a long time and stay up late at night; It is also suitable for people who have been using computers and watching TV for a long time due to excessive body fire, windward tears, excessive eye secretions, red and swollen eyes.
And those who have indigestion, spleen and stomach heat accumulation, and stomach fire exuberance are also suitable for drinking, which can clear away heat and toxin, and clear away the spleen and stomach fire.
It can also regulate the internal heat due to yin deficiency and the population with three high levels. It can clear heat and detoxify, relieve headache and dizziness, and also help regulate the three high levels.
However, dandelion and chrysanthemum are cold or cold in nature. Although medlar is warm in nature, they are not suitable for people with spleen and stomach deficiency and body yang deficiency and body cold, because they may not have the effect of health preservation, but will increase the cold in the body.
I hope the above answers are useful to you.

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