The beginning of spring is the beginning of spring. Anthology of the Seventy-two Months of the Moon Order: The first month of the month, the establishment, even the beginning of construction … The ancient four stand refers to the beginning of the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. After the beginning of spring, people obviously feel that the day is longer and the sun is warmer. Temperature, sunshine, and rainfall are often at turning points throughout the year and tend to rise or increase.
Spiritual recuperation: In the spring season, the earth rejuvenates, and all things are renewed. People s spiritual photography must also conform to the vigorous vitality of the spring nature. Stop irritability, keep the spirit happy, conform to the characteristics of spring liver qi rising, make qi and blood flow smooth.
Living and recuperating: In the beginning of spring, in accordance with the characteristics of yang and hair, we must change accordingly in terms of living. Get up late at night and get up early. After getting up in the morning, do some gentle and soothing sports, such as Tai Chi, Tai Chi Sword, Baduanjin, jogging, gymnastics, etc., to move your joints, stretch your body, clear up the stagnation, and make your blood flow smoothly.
The beginning of spring is the beginning of spring. Although the weather is warm at this time, spring is dominated by wind. The climate is characterized by large changes, cold and hot, and warm and cold at first, especially when the spring rain is continuous. It was a cold wind, and the cold hit people. As the saying goes: Spring covers autumn and freezing, Spring is not thin, doing Spring Cover at this time is in keeping with the health needs of spring yang, and it is also a good self-care method to prevent disease.
Because people are afraid of the cold in winter and wear more clothes and hats, people s ability to adapt to changes in the outside world is reduced, especially the elderly, infants and frail people are more difficult to adapt. Therefore, keep warm in the early spring, clothes should not be diminished, pay attention to wind and cold, Yang Yang convergence Yin, the elderly, infants and frail people should pay special attention to feet and back to keep warm.
Sports recuperation: In terms of sports recuperation, Li Chun should also conform to the characteristics of promoting hair and do more stretching exercises. In the soft morning light, you should exercise in the courtyard, park, tree-lined road and other places . You can choose to take a walk, jog, brisk walk, etc., and also do some stretching exercises such as radio gymnastics or practice Baduanjin, Taijiquan, etc., Can soothe the body, but also regulate qi and blood. At the same time, exercising in a beautiful environment can also achieve the effect of broad-minded and happy mood.
Diet conditioning: the beginning of the spring season is the time when liver qi rise, this time the diet should reduce salty acid, increase spicy taste, help the kidneys and lungs, and nourish the stomach, and nourish the liver qi. Food can choose celery, tempeh, spring onion, parsley, peanuts, chicken, pork, fish, beef, etc. for flexible recipe selection. In addition, some medicated diets can be selected for dietary supplementation. The principle is to help the kidneys and lungs, nourish the stomach qi, and at the same time comply with the rise of liver qi.
400 grams of celery and 100 grams of jujube. Wash and cut the celery into small pieces, put them into the casserole with the jujube, add the right amount of water, boil on high heat, and cook on low heat. Serve with a meal .
100 grams of peanut kernels, celery 250 grams, soybean oil, soy sauce, refined salt, monosodium glutamate, sugar, vinegar, pepper oil each amount. Put soy oil in a wok and heat it up. Remove the celery from the roots and leaves and cut into 3 cm long sections. Remove the celery from the pan and remove it. Use cold water to cool the water to control the moisture. Put the celery and peanut kernels together in a dish, and add soy sauce and refined salt., Sugar, monosodium glutamate, vinegar, pepper oil in a small bowl, mix well, pour in a plate, mix well and serve. Serve as a meal and eat at will.
150 grams of celery, 30 grams of Shouwu, 50 grams of lean pork, 100 grams of corn, salt, monosodium glutamate. Wash, slice, dry or dry the Shouwu, grind it into fines, and set aside. Wash the celery, take its petiole and stem, and cut it into thick and fine shapes, and set aside. Wash the corn, put it in a casserole, add an appropriate amount of water, and boil on high heat. Add lean meat and simmer for 30 minutes with low heat. Add in celery and shouwu, mix well, continue to simmer for 20 Minutes, add concise salt and MSG when congee is ready.
30 grams of Shouwu slices, 150 grams of fresh and tender beef slices, 50 grams of cooked bamboo shoot slices, 10 red dates, cooking wine, green onion, ginger, salt, monosodium glutamate, five spice powder, wet starch, and plain oil are each appropriate. Heat the vegetable oil in the pan, add the bamboo shoots and stir fry for a while, add the beef slices, cooking wine and stir fry for a while, add the appropriate amount of Shouwu, red dates and clear soup, and simmer for 20 minutes. Allspice powder is blended well, and it is ready to be mixed with wet starch.
500 grams of glutinous rice, 50 grams of coix seed, white lentils, lotus seeds, walnut kernels, longan meat, 20 jujubes, 60 grams of sugar.
Soak coix kernels, white lentils, and lotus seeds in warm water for 4 hours, wash them, and cook them in an ordinary casserole or pressure cooker for later use. Wash the jujube and foam it. Walnuts are cooked. Longan meat is put into the basin for later use. After washing the glutinous rice, put it in a steamer and add water for steaming. Take a large bowl and coat it with lard. Place the bottom of the bowl with longan meat, jujube, walnuts, lotus seeds , white lentils, and barley kernels. Finally add glutinous rice and steam it in a steamer for about 15 minutes. In a circular dish, add sugar and water to boil the juice and serve on rice. Serve as a staple food.