According to the theory of the five elements, the energy of wood rules the spring. We mainly take care of the liver and gallbladder. The energy of wood rises upwards, in all directions, ensuring the permeability of the organism. Rising qi, which takes the good and the bad with it, can manifest itself differently in our bodies. No wonder we often have a headache in the spring, heartburn burns, we have runny noses, and we are irritable. Either we beat the unpleasant manifestations of the rising energy of spring back with medication (for pain and to soothe) or we try to alleviate these manifestations by dietary rules. And accept spring as it is.
This soup is everything tomato soup should be …
3 fleshy tomatoes
Peel a tomato cut the peel and pour boiling water over it. After a while, the skin can be easily peeled off. Heat the oil in a hot pot. Stew the finely chopped onion. Add a pinch of cinnamon and cayenne pepper, a pinch of salt, and five ripe peeled tomatoes cut into cubes. Simmer for a few minutes and make a puree. Stir in a pinch of red pepper, and three tablespoons of cream and remove from the heat. We can mix a little butter for the taste, but in general, the less fat in the spring, the better. Stir until the soup thickens. Serve garnished with basil.
is refreshing, creates body fluids
With emptiness yin liver, kidneys and heart.
In sleep disorders and internal restlessness.
Not suitable for yang and humidity emptiness.
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