Proper intake of spicy foods to nourish the lungs
"The Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic" records: "Xin enters the lungs, Xin walks Qi, and Qi disease does not eat much Xin." This shows the close relationship between Xin and lungs and Qi.
Spicy flavor refers to spicy flavor, which is often referred to as spicy and hemp. Their common feature is strong odor and strong irritation. In the three meals, most of the spicy foods are spices, such as spring onions, ginger, garlic, pepper, pepper, chili, star anise, tangerine peel, mustard and so on.
Spicy foods can stimulate appetite, strengthen the spleen and appetite, and have the effects of divergence, qi, and blood circulation. For example, a woman taking pepper brown sugar water during dysmenorrhea and drinking a bowl of green onion ginger tea when having a cold will have the effects of expelling cold and dampness, promoting blood circulation, and promoting blood circulation. When cooking on weekdays, use pepper, onion, ginger, and garlic shabu-shabu to remove fishy incense and reduce the feeling of fatness.