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5 Healing Properties You Didn't Know Existed In Chinese Food

At one time or another, we’ve all been given the sage advice to starve a fever and feed a cold. While you should never literally starve yourself while you are sick, the other half of the saying has a bit of truth to it. Asian cultures have used food as a sort of natural medicine for hundreds of years. The next time you are sick, you may want to order from your local Chinese take-out. Here are a few ingredients found in Chinese food that might just help you bounce back from an illness:


Because only certain types of chrysanthemums are used as medicine, we don’t suggest that you go out to the garden and pick a few flowers to consume. What we do suggest is heading down to your local Chinese restaurant and ordering a mug of hot chrysanthemum tea. The flower is also used in soups and other dishes and is a great remedy for headaches and fever.

2. Ginger

Ginger tea is popular among pregnant women thanks to its calming effect on the digestive system. The taste is strong and not for everyone, but if you can stomach it, chewing on dried, natural ginger can also help with motion sickness and stomach acid.

3. Green Tea

Green tea may be the world’s next super food before long. The list of medical conditions that green tea is said to aid (Read More....)