Hot red wine, aromatic essential oil...Take a look at Western-style health preservation! Dec 22, 2021

   At the end of the year to celebrate the season, a glass of mulled wine at a family gathering, will the atmosphere be more harmonious? Today we will teach you how to make a glass of cinnamon mulled wine!

  Yes, it is the cinnamon in the lamb pot that we often eat! Don't worry about the lamb pot, we can have a Western-style regimen today!

According to Chinese medicine, cinnamon has the effects of nourishing fire and assisting yang, stimulating fire and returning to the origin, dispelling cold and relieving pain, and promoting blood circulation and promoting menstruation. It has appeared in many classic prescriptions. Professor Huang Suiping, a famous traditional Chinese medicine practitioner in Guangdong Province and academic leader of the Department of Spleen and Stomach Diseases of Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, introduced more than 300 Chinese medicine prescriptions such as Shiquan Dabu Decoction, Shengui Lizhong Pills, Jianggui Dashun Powder, Huoxuefenghan Ointment, etc. Cinnamon. And there are more than 400 kinds of proprietary Chinese medicines that use cinnamon medicinal materials. Such as Guifu Dihuang Wan, Tougu Zhenfeng Dan, Guilong Medicinal Liquor and so on.

   In addition to the medicinal use of cinnamon as a decoction, cinnamon essential oil is also used in aromatherapy, which can quickly relieve vomiting and intestinal cramps, relieve emotional distress or anxiety symptoms, warm the patient’s skin, drive away the cold, and relieve muscle cramps and arthritis. , Rheumatism, fatigue and soreness.

  In the West, cinnamon is also a popular spice. For example, sprinkle cinnamon powder on bread for baking, which symbolizes happiness and sweetness. The Swedes invented cinnamon rolls and set October 4th each year as cinnamon roll day. On Christmas Eve, the Germans will boil mulled red wine with cinnamon and greet Christmas with the aroma of the house.

Notice! Use with caution in pregnant women and those with yin deficiency and hyperactivity

  Although cinnamon is commonly used daily, Professor Huang Suiping reminds that because cinnamon heats the blood and is easy to damage the fetal gas, pregnant women must eat it with caution. In addition, cinnamon is not suitable for people with severe fever, yin deficiency and fire, blood heat and bleeding.

  In addition, according to the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, the oral dosage of cinnamon is 1~4.5g each time, and the dosage of powdered powder is 1~1.5g each time. If one-time overdose, it can cause acute poisoning. Long-term use in large amounts may also cause accumulated poisoning. Therefore, if symptoms such as dizziness, dizziness, eye swelling, astringent eyes, body pain, and distress occur after taking it, you should stop taking it immediately.

  Huang Suiping reminded that long-term use should be under the guidance of a doctor, and the amount should be reasonable and standardized.

  Cinnamon mulled wine

  Ingredients: 1.5 grams of cinnamon, 5 grams of angelica, appropriate amount of brown sugar, 250ml of red wine (1 serving)


  1. Boil cinnamon and angelica;

  2. After boiling, reduce the heat and continue to cook for 10 minutes, until the aroma of cinnamon and angelica comes out;

  3. Then add red wine and brown sugar and cook for a while until the brown sugar melts, then turn off the heat.

  Efficacy: Warming meridians and dredging collaterals.

  Suitable for the crowd: people with yellow face and pale lips, low menstrual flow and blood clots, blood deficiency, cold coagulation and dysmenorrhea due to low temperature in limbs.

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