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The tea to regulate liver qi stagnation

The tea to regulate liver qi stagnation
The tea to regulate liver qi stagnation

        Liver qi stagnation refers to the pathological changes of liver, qi stagnation, emotional depression, and poor qi and blood. The liver has the effect of soothing and dispelling, likes to relax and dislikes depression. Such as liver failure in soothing and dispelling or depression, can cause liver qi stagnation.
   The clinical manifestations of liver qi stagnation are more common in hypochondriac pain, chest tightness, bloating, belch. Women with irregular menstruation and other symptoms. It is suitable for soothing the liver and relieving depression, and when necessary, it should be accompanied by the methods of regulating qi and dissipating phlegm, promoting blood circulation and dispel blood stasis.
   Stagnation of liver qi, what kind of tea to drink is suitable?
   1. Chrysanthemum tea
   Liver fire can cause irritability, headache, tinnitus, dry eyes, blurred vision, painful mouth, vomiting blood, hemoptysis and other symptoms. If the irritability is not controlled, it is easy to cause liver diseases. Chrysanthemum tea is most suitable for people with dizziness, red eyes, bloating and pain, sore throat, irritability and high blood pressure.
   Chrysanthemum has the effects of dispelling wind-heat, calming the liver and improving eyesight, clearing away heat and detoxification, and different chrysanthemums have different effects. White chrysanthemum has a sweet taste and weak heat-clearing power, which is longer than that of calming the liver and improving eyesight; yellow chrysanthemum has a bitter taste and strong heat-releasing power, which is often used to evacuate wind and heat; wild chrysanthemum has a bitter taste and has strong heat-clearing and detoxifying power. Therefore, it is best to use white chrysanthemum to nourish the liver.
   2. Gynostemma tea
   People with poor liver are very prone to fatigue. This kind of medicated tea belongs to the liver-protecting and enzyme-lowering medicinal tea, which is very suitable for hepatitis B patients with abnormal alanine aminotransferase and aspartate aminotransferase.
Modern scientific experiments have proved that Gynostemma pentaphyllum has the effects of nourishing, calming, anti-stress, appetite, reducing transaminase, delaying aging, preventing and treating cancer, preventing and treating atherosclerosis, and treating coronary heart disease. It has the effects of repeated abnormal liver function, fatigue and fatigue, Hepatitis B patients with poor appetite are very suitable.
   3. Yinchen (Artemisia capillaris) tea
   Yinchen (Artemisia capillaris) nourishes yin and nourishes the kidney, clears away heat and relieves yellowness. Teat jaundice, poor urination, wet sores and itching, etc. It has the effects of promoting gallbladder, protecting liver function, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, etc. Yinchen (Artemisia capillaris) soaked water has certain curative effect on liver disease. Hepatitis patients who have thirst, dark yellow urine or short red urine, constipation, yellow greasy tongue coating, etc. often take the herbal tea, which can protect the liver, lower enzymes, reduce yellowness and relieve symptoms.

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