Longevity Herbal Formula For Medicinal Wine (Wine NOT Included)(Jar Not Included For Shipping)
The Effect Of Medicinal Wine
Wine is warm in nature, pungent in taste but bitter and sweet. It has the functions of warming blood circulation, deploying medicinal power, warming the stomach and intestines, dispelling wind and cold, invigorating yang, and eliminating fatigue.
Drinking some medicinal wine in moderation can keep the body healthy, but excessive drinking of medicinal wine will deplete vitality and harm the body. So moderation is always the key.
Traditional medicine herbalists like to use medicinal wine because it enhances the power of herbs to reach both the depths of the internal organs and the extreme tips of the fingers and toes. Hence, there is the saying, "Wine is the longevity of a hundred medicines."
This empirical formula fortifies the Yin and Yang of the Kidneys: supports Kidney functions and balances the fluids of blood, sweat, tears, saliva and urine flow.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Mix 1/4 tsp of honey with 2 tbs of medicinal wine per night & drink after dinner.
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When drinking medicinal liquor, avoid taking it with radish, onion, and garlic.
Part of the alcohol contained in the medicinal wine is excreted from the body after detoxification by the liver, which is undoubtedly a bad stimulus to the liver.
So when drinking medicinal wine, you may add some brown or cane sugar or honey to protect the liver from harm. If you drink medicinal wine for a very long time, it may affect the metabolism in the body, such as causing more protein loss. Therefore, you must supplement protein intake by eating more eggs, lean meat, chicken and other protein-rich fresh foods.
After drinking medicinal wine, it is best to avoid sexual activities, exposure to wind and cold, and showering which also exposes the skin to moisture and possibly drafts. Do not consume any sour foods or eat vinegar. Do not receive acupuncture immediately after drinking alcohol.
If you are a child, pregnant woman, menstruating woman, on dialysis, or have liver diseases, you should not drink medicinal wine. When you have a cold, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, etc., you should stop taking the medicinal wine until you have completely recovered.
Medicinal liquor is different from ordinary liquor. If you are prone to drunkenness, vomiting, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, and elevated blood pressure after taking medicinal liquor, you should stop taking it or take it under the guidance of an herbalist.
Choose high-quality liquor; the best alcohol content is about 50 proof and is made with rice wine. In addition, Chinese medicinal herbal formula should be purchased from a knowledgeable herbal company with a good reputation, and taken under the guidance of Chinese medicine herbalist.
The temperature of the place where the medicinal wine is stored should be 10℃-25℃, and the temperature of the place should not change too much.
The soaking time for most herbal formulas in wine is from 1 to 3 months. Seal, label and date the jar, shake or stir it once every other day. After 90 days, you may filter with gauze and store the medicinal wine without any herbs. After the medicinal liquor is prepared, a label should be placed on the container, and the name, function, preparation time, dosage and other contents of the medicinal liquor should be clearly written to avoid any difficulty or confusion in identifying the medicine. Misuse may cause life-threatening danger.