Radish and onion white for cold and cough
1 radish, 6 scallions, 15 grams of ginger. Cook the radish with three bowls of water first, then add the scallion, ginger, and cook the remaining bowl of soup. Take the slag once. Dispelling the lungs, relieving the external appearance, resolving phlegm and relieving cough; treating wind-cold cough, excessive phlegm, foamy phlegm, chills, body fatigue and soreness, etc.2. White radish and honey treat cold and cough
1 large white radish, 30 grams of honey, 5 white peppers, 2 grams of ephedra. Wash the radish, slice it, put it in a bowl, pour in honey, white pepper, ephedra, etc. and steam it for half an hour while it is still hot. It will heal when you feel sweating in bed;3. Brown sugar ginger jujube soup for cold and cough
30 grams of brown sugar, 15 grams of fresh ginger, and 30 grams of red dates. Fry it in three bowls of water until more than half of it is taken, and it will heal if you sweat slightly after taking it. Dispels wind and dispels cold; treats colds and coughs; tingling in stomach cold; postpartum cold diarrhea; aversion to yin, etc.
Bird’s nest porridge with rock sugar to treat chronic lung deficiency and cough
10 grams of bird’s nest, 100 grams of rice, 50 grams of rock sugar. Soak the bird’s nest in warm water for 4 days, remove the fluff and dirt, and then put it into a bowl of boiling water to continue to grow; take the high-quality rice and wash it, put it into the pot, add three bowls of water, boil it on high heat, and use it instead Slowly boil; put the pure bird’s nest into the pot and boil it with the rice for about 1 hour, add rock sugar to dissolve and serve. Nourishes yin and moistens the lungs, relieves cough and resolves phlegm, treats chronic cough due to deficiency of the lung and cough and asthma injuring the yin.