Wine is known as the “long medicine”. The medicinal wine that “dissolves” traditional Chinese medicine and wine is also loved by many people. It is believed that some medicinal wines can nourish and treat diseases. Many people have the habit of drinking medicine and drinking, but not everyone can drink self -made medicine.
◆ What should I pay attention to for self -made medicine?
1. Selection of wine
Generally, it is better to use 50 degrees or more drinking wine, because 50 degrees or more wines can kill the germs attached to Chinese herbal medicines to a large extent during the soaking process and harmful microorganisms, parasites and eggs. , Make them drink under safe conditions.
2. The selection and treatment method of soaking the medicinal materials
Animal medicine should be removed from the internal organs and dirt, washed water, baked in a stove or oven to make it scent slightly. Baking can not only remove water, but also achieve the effect of sterilization, and maintain the alcohol concentration of soaking wine. It can also make the active ingredients more easily soluble in wine, and it also feels mellow when drinking. Any animal medicine that has been corrupted or mildew should be abandoned. In addition, all mining medicines containing toxic ingredients, such as mercury, arsenic, chromium, lead, are not used to soak wine.
3. The time for soaking medicine and wine
The brewing time of the medicinal wine is about 15-30 days. During the foaming period, you can stir up once a day. After the foam is made, it can be filtered into juice to drink. The temperature of the bubble wine is also very particular. When the temperature is high, the time for soaking in is short, and the time for soaking wine when the temperature is low. When the medicinal alcohol drinks 10%, add the second wine soaking without adding medicinal materials to avoid causing deterioration.
◆ Pay attention to four o’clock in drinking medicine
1. Do not drink too much, drink less
Anyone or drinking wine should be reasonable and appropriate according to the tolerance of people. It should be reasonable, appropriate, and not to drink too much, so as not to cause adverse reactions such as dizziness, vomiting, and palpitations. Even supplementary medicinal wines should not be taken more. For example, taking more ginseng -containing tonic can cause chest and abdomen and stuffy diet, and do not think about diet. Nosebleeds) and other symptoms.
2. People who should not drink alcohol cannot drink
Whenever it is applicable to anyone or drinking wine. If it is not applicable, drinking. Such as pregnant women, breasts, and children should not drink medicinal wine, nor should they drink and drink. For those who are old and weak, because the metabolic function is relatively slow, drinking medicinal wine should also be reduced, and it is not advisable to drink more.
3. Use medicinal wine according to the condition.
Every kind of medicinal wine has a scope of adaptation. In case of colds, fever, vomiting, diarrhea and other diseases, you should choose to adapt to medicinal wine and should not drink nourishing medicinal wine.
4. The disease of not drinking is not suitable for drinking, you cannot drink
For chronic nephritis. Chronic renal insufficiency, chronic colitis and hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, digestive system ulcers, infiltration or empty lung tuberculosis, epilepsy, heart insufficiency, hypertension and other patients, drinking alcohol, even medicinal wine is not suitable, so as not to aggravate to worsen aggravation Condition. However, it is not absolute. Some diseases take targeted low medicines, which is not only hindrance, but also beneficial. But should also be used with caution. In addition, people who are allergic to alcohol or some skin diseases should also disable or use medicinal wine carefully.
◆ Five categories should not drink medicine
1. Alcohol allergy;
2. People with various skin diseases;
3. Patients with epilepsy, heart disease, hypertension, tuberculosis, acute and chronic renal insufficiency;
4. Women who are breastfeeding or during menstruation;
5. People who are suffering from colds, fever, vomiting, diarrhea and other diseases.