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    3 The commonly-used dietary prescriptions for life cultivation
    2.3.3.1 Prescriptions for supplementing healthy, qi
    These prescriptions have tonic, roborant, anti-ageing and life-prolonging actions. They are applicable to patients with weak constitution and deficiency of healthy qi due to prolonged diseases.
    2.3.3.1.1 Prescriptions for supplementing qi
    Paste of Huangqi (Radix Astragali seu Hedysari ): 12 g of Shenghuangqi (fresh Radix Astragali seu Hedysari), 12 g of Shengshigao (Gypsum Fibrosum), 12 g of Xianmaogen (fresh Radix Curculiginis), 6 g of the fine powder of Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae ), 10 g of the powder of Huaishanyao ( Rhizoma Dioscoreae ) and 30 g of honey. At first, decoct Huangqi (Radix Astragali seu Hedysari), Shigao ( Gypsum Fibrosum) and Xianmaogen (fresh Radix Curculiginis) until the decoction boils for more than 10 times. Then, remove the dregs to leave two cups of the clear decoction. At this time, add Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae ) and Huaishanyao ( Rhizoma Dioscoreae) powder to the decoction and stir the decoction constantly to prevent the sedimentation of the medicinal powder. Boil the decoction for one more time and the paste forms. Next, pour the honey into the decoction. The whole process comes to an end when the decoction boils. Take all the paste in 3 divided times within a day.
    Gruel for Strengthening healthy Qi. 30 to 60 g of prepared Huangqi (Radix Astragali seu Hedysari ) , 3 to 5 g of Renshen (Radix Ginseng) or 15 to 30 g of Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae ), a small amount of white sugar and 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae). At first, cut Huangqi (Radix Astragali seu Hedysari ) and Renshen ( Radix Ginseng ) or Dangshen ( Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae) into slices and soak them in cold water for half an hour. Then, decoct the ingredients to get the decoction. Use the decoction to cook gruel with Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) in two divided times in the morning and evening for ingestion.
    Gruel of Renshen (Radix Ginseng) and Lianrou (Semen Nelumbinis ): 10 g of Renshen ( Radix Ginseng), 10 g of Lianzi ( Semen Nelumbinis) and 30 g of Bingtang (Saccharum). The common method is used to cook gruel for ingestion.
    2.3.3.1.2 Prescriptions for tonifying blood
    Hen Stewed with Danggui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis): 15 g of Danggui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis), 15 g of Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae ), one hen (roughly 1,500 g), proper amount of green onion, fresh ginger, cooking wine and salt respectively. After butchering the hen, remove the feather and internal organs. Then, wash the hen clean. Next, put Danggui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis ) and Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae) into the abdomen. At this time, add green onion, ginger, cooking wine and a proper amount of clear water. At first, boil the water with strong fire. Afterwards, change the fire into slow fire to decoct until the meat is thoroughly cooked. Eat the meat and drink the soup.
    Soup of Chinese dates (Fructus Ziziphi Jujubae) and Black Edible Fungus. Five Chinese dates (Fructus Ziziphi Jujubae) and 15 g of black edible fungus. Stew the two thoroughly to be eaten.
    Gruel of Gouqi (Fructus Lycii): 100 g of fresh Gouqizi (Fructus Lycii) and 60 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae). The two are used to cook gruel. Drink the gruel with salty fermented soybeans as the assistant food.
    2.3.3.1.3 Prescriptions for supplementing qi and tonifying blood
    Paste of Guiyuan Shenmi (Paste of Arillus Longan, Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae and Milk): 250 g of Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae ), 120 g of Beishashen (Radix Glehniae) and 120 g of Guiyuanrou (Arillus Longan). At first, soak the above ingredients in a proper amount of water until they thoroughly ferment. Decoct the drugs for 30 minutes after the water boils. Decoct the ingredients in 3 different times. Then, mix the decoctions got in the 3 times. Next, decoct the mixed decoction to be condensed with slow fire until the paste forms. At this time, add double amount of honey. Afterwards, decoct them until boiling appears again. Finally, stop decocting and wait until the paste is cold. Store the paste in a bottle for later use. Dissolve a spoonful of the paste in boiling water to be taken at a draught each time, three times a day.
    Gruel of Longyanrou (Arillus Longan ): 15 g of Longyanrou (Arillus Longan), 10 g of Fuling (Poria), 3 to 5 Chinese dates and 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae). All the ingredients are used to cook gruel. Add a bit white sugar to the gruel to be eaten.
    2.3.3.1.4 Prescriptions for nourishing yin
    Wine of Gouqizi ( Fructus Lycii ) : 200 g of Gouqizi (Fructus Lycii) and 600 ml of white spirit. First, wash Gouqizi (Fructus Lycii) clean in clear water. Then, cut the ingredient into small pieces to be kept in a bottle. Afterwards, add about 400 ml of white spirit into the bottle. Next, keep the mouth of the bottle airtight. Vibrate and shake the bottle once every day. The wine can be drunken after a week's soakage. Drink 10 to 20 ml before supper or bed time every day. The wine in the bottle may be added continuously (altogether about 200 ml). Gouqizi (Fructus Lycii) may be mixed with sugar for eating.
    Pork Liver Stewed with Xuanshen (Radix Scrophulariae): 15 g of Xuanshen ( Radix Scrophulariae ), 500 g of pork liver, a proper amount of rapeseed oil, ginger, green onion, soy sauce, millet wine and bean powder respectively. At first, wash the pork liver clean, and place it and Xuanshen ( Radix Scrophulariae) together in a pot. Then, add a proper amount of water to the pot and cook the ingredients for an hour. Next, take out the pork liver and cut it into slices for later use. In addition, parch the green onion and ginger with a bit of rapeseed oil and put them into the slices of the pig liver. Afterwards, put the soy sauce, white sugar and a small amount of cooking wine into the above decoction and cook the decoction with these ingredients again. After that, put some bean powder into the decoction to make the decoction transparent. Finally, pour the slices of pork liver into the juice and stir the juice evenly. Now, it is ready for use.
    Soft-Shelled Turtle Steamed with Ermu (Bulbus Fritillariae and Rhizoma Anemarrhenae ). One soft-shelled turtle (approximately 500 g in weight), 5 g of Beimu ( Bulbus Fritillariae ), Zhimu ( Rhizoma Anemarrhenae), Qianhu ( Radix Peucedani ), Chaihu ( Radix Bupleuri) and Xingren ( Semen Armeniace Amarum ) respectively, a proper amount of millet wine and a bit of salt. At first, butcher the soft-shelled turtle and remove the head and internal organs. Then, wash the turtle clean to be cut into cubes. Next, add Beimu (Bulbus Fritillariae), Zhimu ( Rhizoma Anemarrhenae ), Qianhu (Radix Peucedani), Chaihu ( Radix Bupleuri) and Xingren (Semen Armeniacae Amarum) as welt as a proper amount of millet wine and a bit of salt. Add water to inundate the meat cubes. Finally, all the ingredients are steamed in a steamer for an hour. Eat the meat while it is still warm.
    Gruel of Baihe (Bulbus Lilii): 30 g of the powder of dried Baihe (Bulbus Lilii ) (doubled in case of fresh one), 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) and a proper quantity of Bingtang (Saccharum). All the ingredients are used to cook gruel. Eat it in the morning and in the evening respectively.
    2.3.3.1.5 Prescriptions for strengthening gang
    Wine of Lurong ( Cornu Cervi Pantotrichum): 3 to 6 g of Lurong (Cornu Cervi Pantotrichem), 30 to 60 g of Huaishanyao (Rhizoma Dioscoreae ) and 500 ml of white spirit. Soak Lurong (Cornu Cervi Pantotrichum) and Huaishanyao (Rhizoma Dioscoreae ) in the spirit. Keep the container airtight. Vibrate and shake the container occasionally. It may be drunken in 7 days. Drink 10 ml every night before bed time.
    Kidney Soup of White Sheep. 50 g of Roucongrong (Herba Cistanchis ), 10 g of Biba ( Fructus Piperis Longi), Caoguo (Fructus Tsaoko) (ten in number), 5 g of Chenpi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae), 10 g of Hujiao (Fructus Piperis Nigri seu Albi), two pairs of white sheep kidneys, 200 g of white sheep fat, salt, green onion, soy sauce, fermented flour, etc. The common methods are adopted to cook soup with the above ingredients. Eat the sheep liver and drink the soup.
    Chicken Stewed with Dongchongxiacao (Cordyceps): One cock, Dongchongxiacao (Cordyceps) (5 to 10 in number), a bit of ginger, green onion and salt respectively. At first, butcher the cock. Then, get rid of the feathers and internal organs to be washed clean. Afterwards, put the cock into a pot and add the Dongchongxiacao (Cordyceps), ginger, green onion, salt as well as a proper quantity of water. Finally, stew all the above together until the meat is thoroughly cooked for eating.
    2.3.3.2 Prescriptions for nourishing the heart and tonifying the brain
    These prescriptions have the actions of nourishing the heart, tranquilizing the mind and tonifying the brain to benefit intelligence.
    Gruel of Hetaoren (Semen Juglandis ): 50 g of Hetaoren (Semen Juglandis) and a proper amount of rice. Pound the Hetaoren (Semen Juglandis ) into pieces. Then, wash the rice clean. Next, add a proper quantity of water. All the ingredients are used to cook gruel in the common ways. The gruel is used for assistant food.
    Ganmai Dazao Decoction (Decoction of Radix Glycyrrhizae, Wheat and Chinese Dates): 30 g of wheat, 10 Chinese dates and 6 g of Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae). First, wash the Chinese dates and wheat clean. Then, decoct the two together with Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae) for 2 to 3 times. Remove the dregs to get the decoction. Take the decoction in the morning and in the evening; or drink it as tea.
    Gruel of Guiyuanrou (Arillus Longan ): 15 g of Guiyuanrou (Arillus Longan), 3 to 5 Chinese dates and 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae). The ingredients are used together to cook gruel. A bit of white sugar may be added for eating.
    2.3.3.3 Prescriptions for promoting the production of body fluids to quench thirst
    These prescriptions possess the functions of clearing away heat, removing dysphoria, nourishing yin, moistening dryness, promoting the production of body fluids to quench thirst, benefiting the rehabilitation of patients with diabetes.
    Five-Juice Drink: The juice of pear, juice of water chestnut, juice of lotus root, juice of Maimendong (Radix Ophiopogonis) and juice of fresh Lugen (Rhizoma Phragmitis). First, peel the pear (with the kernel removed), water chestnut and fresh lotus root. Then, wash the fresh Lugen (Rhizoma Phragmitis) and Maimendong (Radix Ophiopogonis ) and cut them into pieces. Next, wrap the five ingredients in a piece of clean gauze to squeeze the juice for drinking. The drinking time and quantity may not be fixed. If the patient doesn't prefer cool drink, just warm it with hot water.
    Decoction of Pig Pancreas: One pig pancreas, 30 g of Yiyiren ( Semen Coicis), 60 g of Huangqi (Radix Astragali seu Hedysari) and 120 g of Huaishanyao (Rhizoma Dioscoreae). Wash the pig pancreas clean. Then, all the ingredients are decocted together for use. Cook the decoction. Drink the clear decoction. The time may not be fixed for drinking.
    Crucian Carp Steamed with Tea. Crucian carp and green tea leaves. Take one crucian carp with the weight of 500 g. Then, remove the gills, intestines and internal organs (with the scales remained). Next, fill the abdomen with green tea leaves. Afterwards, place the crucian carp in a dish and put it in a steamer. Finally, steam the crucian carp until it is thoroughly cooked. Eat the bland meat.
    2.3.3.4 Prescriptions for rheumatic and rheumatoid arthralgia
    These prescriptions are mainly applicable to patients with arthralgia due to wind, cold and dampness, inflexible movement of joints, clonic spasm and contracture of muscle as well as arthralgia.
    Decoction of Chinese Flowering Quince.. Four Chinese flowering quinces and 1000 g of white honey. First, steam the Chinese flowering quinces until they are cooked. Then, grind them into paste. Besides, refine the white honey clean. Finally, mix the two evenly to be stored in a clean chinaware for later use. Mix the prepared paste with boiling water, 1 to 2 spoonfuls each time. Drink the soup on an empty stomach every morning after getting up.
    Wine of Wujiapi ( Cortex Acanthopancis ): 50 g of Wujiapi ( Cortex Acanthopancis), 500 g of Glutinous rice and a proper amount of yeast. First, wash Wujiapi (Cortex Acanthopancis) clean. Then, decoct the drug after soaking it thoroughly in a proper quantity of water. Take out the decoction 30 minutes after boiling. Altogether, take out the decoction for two times. Mix the two decoctions. The decoction and clean-washed Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) are used to cook rice. When the rice is cool, add a proper amount of yeast to stir the two evenly. Finally, fermented glutinous rice forms after fermentation. Drink it every day in a proper amount.
    Gruel of Chuanwu (Radix Aconiti) .. 3 to 5 g of raw Chuanwutou ( Radix Aconiti ), 30 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae), 10 drops of ginger juice and a proper amount of honey. First, pound the raw Chuanwutou (Radix Aconiti ) into pieces and grind them into very fine powder. Then, use the Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) to cook gruel. When the gruel boils, add the powder of Chuanwutou (Radix Aconiti) and change into slow fire to cook. When the gruel is down, add the juice of fresh ginger and honey and stir them evenly. The gruel is finished after another one to two times of boiling. Drink the warm gruel in the morning and in the evening. It is contraindicated for heat syndromes and pregnant women as well as the simultaneous use with Banxia (Rhizoma Pinelliae), Beimu ( Bulbus Fritillariae ), Gualou ( Fructus Trichosanthis ), Baiji ( Rhizoma Bletillae ), and Bailian (Radix Ampelopsis ) , etc.
    2.3.3.5 Prescriptions for promoting qi flow and activating blood circulation
    These prescriptions have the actions of promoting qi flow and activating blood circulation, removing blood stasis and activating collaterals. They are applicable to patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as myocardiac infarction and the sequelae of apoplexy during the stage of recovery.
    Gruel of Xiebai (Bulbus Allii Macrostemi) : 10 to 15 g (or 30 to 45 g fresh one) of Xiebai (Bulbus Allii Macrostemi) and 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae ). The two are used together to cook gruel. The warm gruel may be used for breakfast and supper.
    Wine of Danshen (Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae ): 60 g of Danshen (Radix Salviae Miltorrhizae) and 500 ml of high quality wine. Danshen (Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae) is washed clean and pounded into pieces. Then, put the piece into the wine. The wine is finished after a month of soakage.
    Gruel of Shanzha (Fructus Crataegi). 30 to 40 g (or 60 g fresh one) of Shanzha (Fructus Crataegi), 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae ) and 10 g of granulated sugar. First, decoct Shanzha (Fructus Crataegi) in an earthenware pot. Then, take out the thick decoction and remove the dregs. Finally, add Jingmi ( Se- men Oryzae Sativae) and granulated sugar to the decoction to cook gruel.
    2.3.3.6 Prescriptions for suppressing hyperactive yang to eliminate wind
    These prescriptions possess the actions of calming the liver and suppressing hyperactive yang, nourishing yin and eliminating wind. They are applicable to patients with hypertension, mental disease, Parkinson's syndrome, etc. at the stage of recovery.
    Gruel of Yuzhu (Rhizoma Polygonati Odorati) : 15 to 20 g (or 30 to 60 g fresh one) of Yuzhu (Rhizoma Polygonati Odorati), a bit of crystal sugar and 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae ). First, wash Yuzhu (Rhizoma Polygonati ) clean and cut it into pieces. Then, decoct the pieces to keep the thick decoction and to remove the dregs. Next, add Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) into the decoction to cook thin gruel. Finally, add crystal sugar to the gruel. The gruel is finished after one to two times of boiling. Drink the gruel in the morning and in the evening.
    Gruel of Lotus Leaf: A large lotus leaf. Wash it clean and decoct it. Then, take out about 500 ml of the decoction. Next, add 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) and a proper quantity of white sugar to the decoction to cook gruel. Drink the gruel in the morning and in the evening.
    Noodle of Gefen (powder of Radix Puerariae ): 250 g of Gefen (powder of Radix Puerariae), 50 g of Jingjiesui (Spica Schizonepetae) and 150 g of Dandouchi (Semen Sojae Praeparatum ). First, decoct Jingjiesui ( Spica Schizonepetae ) and Dandouchi ( Semen Sojae Praeparatum) until the decoction boils for 6 to 7 times. Then, remove the dregs to take out the decoction. Next, make Gefen (powder of Radix Puerariae ) into noodles. Afterwards, put the noodles into the decoction and decoct it. Eat it on an empty stomach.
    2.3.3.7 Prescriptions for relieving cough and asthma and eliminating phlegm
    These prescriptions possess the functions of relieving cough and asthma and eliminating asthma, etc. They may be applicable to the health care and rehabilitation of diseases of respiratory tract.
    Soup of Yanwo ( Nidus Collocaliae ) : 3 g of Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae) and 30 g of crystal sugar. First, put Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae) into a bowl. Then, add water and soak Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae) in the bowl until it becomes soft. Secondly, remove all the golden swallow feathers mixed in Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae). Thirdly, wash Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae) again to make it clean with clear water. Fourthly, remove the water and tear it into thin strips and place the strips in the bowl. Fifthly, crush the crystal to pieces and put the pieces into a pot with 250 g of clear water. Dissolve the crystal sugar in boiling water with slow fire. Sixthly, scoop up the floating foam and filter the liquid to remove impurities. Seventhly, pour the liquid into another pot and add Yanwo (Nidus Collocaliae ) to the liquid. Eighthly, heat the pot until the liquid boils. Finally, fill a clear bowl with the soup for later use. Drink the soup once in the morning and in the evening respectively.
    Thick Soup of Yin'er (Tremella). 5 g of Yin'er (Tremella), an egg, 60 g of crystal sugar and a proper amount of lard. Firstly, soak Yin'er (Tremella) in a proper amount of water to make it thoroughly fermented. Secondly, remove the base and wash the drug clean. Thirdly, add a proper amount of water to decoct the drug until the water boils. Fourthly, shift to slow fire to stew Yin'er (Tremella) slowly for 2 to 3 hours until it becomes paste. Fifthly, add water to another pot and put the crystal sugar into it. Sixthly, heat the pot until the water boils with slow fire to dissolve the crystal sugar. Seventhly, filter the liquid to remove impurities. Eighthly, take out the egg white and add a bit of clear water to it. Stir the egg white and water evenly and then add the egg white to the pot with crystal sugar water. Ninthly, heat the pot until the water boils and scoop up the floating foam. At this time, pour the water into the pot with Yin'er (Tremella). The Thick Soup of Yin'er ( Tremella) is finished by adding the lard to the pot with Yin'er (Tremella). Drink the soup in the morning and before
    bed time.
    Gruel of Pipaye ( Folium Eriobotryae ) : 10 to 15 g of Pipaye (Folium Eriobotryae), 50 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) and a proper amount of crystal sugar. First, wrap Pipaye (Folium Eriobotryae) in a piece of cloth. Secondly, decoct it to remove dregs and to keep the thick decoction. Or brush off the villi of 30 to 60 g of fresh Pipaye (Folium Eriobotryae ). Then, cut it into thin slivers and decoct it. Next, remove the dregs and keep the decoction. At this time, add Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) to the decoction to cook gruel. Finally, add the crystal sugar to the gruel when it is down. Again, cook the gruel slightly for later use. Drink the gruel every day in the morning and in the evening.
    2.3.3.8 Prescriptions for removing food retention and flatulence, strengthening the spleen and stomach
    These prescriptions have the actions of promoting digestion to remove food retention, clearing away heat from the stomach and lowering the adverse flow of the stomach qi, eliminating food retention to get rid of flatulence, strengthening the spleen, drying dampness, etc. They are applicable to the health care and rehabilitation of the diseases of digestive system.
    Gruel of Meihua ( Flos Mume Albus ) .. 5 g of Baimeihua (Flos Mume Albus) and 100 g of Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae ) . First, use Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) to cook gruel. Then, add Baimeihua (Flos Mume Albus) to the gruel and heat the gruel until it boils for 2 to 3 times. Eat the gruel twice a day on an empty stomach. Three to five days constitute a course of treatment.
    Gruel of Jupi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae): 15 to 20 g (or 30 g in case of fresh one) of Jupi (Pericarpiurn Citri Reticulatae) and 50 to 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae ) . First, decoct Jupi ( Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae) to keep the decoction and to remove the dregs. Then, add Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) to the decoction to cook gruel. Or dry Jupi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae) in the sun and grind it into fine powder. Mix 3 to 5 g of the powder with the boiling gruel each time. Finally, cook the gruel again.
    Spleen-Benefiting Cake: 30 g of Baizhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae), 6 g of dry ginger, 15 g of Jineijin (Endothelium Corneum Gigeriae Galli), 250 g of cooked jujube paste and 500 g of flour. Grind Baizhu ( Rhizoma Atractylodis Macroceph alae ), Jineijin ( Endothelium Corneum Gigeriae Galli ) and dried ginger into powder. Then, add a small amount of water to the cooked jujube paste (Decoct the jujube until it is down. Then, keep the decoction and remove the pit. Finally, crush it to paste). Next, mix the paste with the powder and flour and make them into small cakes. Bake the cakes until they are done. The cakes may be eaten at any time without definite quantity.
    2.3.3.9 Prescriptions for moistening bowels to relieve constipation
    These prescriptions are applicable to the rehabilitation of patients with constipation.
    Fermented Glutinous Rice with Sangshenzi (Fructus Mori): 1,000 g of fresh Sangshenzi (Fructus Mori) and 500 g of Glutinous rice. Wash the fresh Sangshenzi (Fructus Mori) clean and pound it into paste to keep the juice [or decoct 300 g of dry Sangshenzi (Fructus Mori) and remove the dregs and keep the decoction]. Then, cook rice with the juice or decoction and Glutinous rice. When the rice is cool, add yeast to it and stir the two evenly. Mter fermentation, the fermented glutinous rice forms. It is used for food.
    Gruel of Baiziren (Semen Biotae). 15 g of Baiziren (Semen Biotae), a proper amount of honey and 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae ). First, remove the peel, shell and impurities of Baiziren (Semen Biotae ). Then, slightly pound it into paste. Next, use the paste and Jingmi ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) to cook gruel. When the gruel is to become done, add the honey to the gruel. Finally, decoct the gruel until it boils for one or two times. The gruel is finished now.
    Gruel of Roucongrong (Herba Cistanchis) and Mutton.. 10 to 15 g of Roucongrong (Herba Cistanchis ), 100 g of fine mutton, 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae), a bit of fine salt, two segments of scallion stalk, two slices of ginger. First, decoct Roucongrong (Herba Cistanehis) in an earthenware pot and keep the decoction and remove the dregs. Then, add mutton and Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) to the decoction and decoct them together. When the decoction boils, add the salt, ginger and scallion stalk. Decoct all the ingredients together again and the gruel is finished.
    2.3.3.10 Prescriptions for warming the kidney to induce astringency
    These prescriptions are mostly applicable to the rehabilitation of patients with constipation, frequent urination, urinary incontinence, etc.
    Gruel of Powder of Qianshi (Semen Euryales): 30 to 60 g of powder of Qianshi (Semen Euryales) and 100 g of Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae). Use the powder of Qianshi (Semen Euryales ) and clean-washed Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) to cook gruel in the common ways. Eat the gruel in the morning and evening.
    Gruel of Shanyurou (Fructus Corni): 15 to 20 g of Shanyurou ( Fructus Corni ), 100 g of Jingrni ( Semen Oryzae Sativae) and a proper amount of white sugar. Remove the pit of Shanyurou (Fructus Corni) and wash it clean. Use the ingredient and the clean-washed Jingmi (Semen Oryzae Sativae) to cook gruel in the common ways. Eat it in the morning and in the evening.
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