pears are a perfect fruit for the autumn season. Slightly sour and cooling, pears are commonly used in TCM to moisten the Lungs, placate Heart fire, and cleanse the body of infections and toxins. They alleviate the common ailments that dry autumn weather brings, such as sinus irritations, coughs, dry skin, persistent thirst, and chapped lips. Our beautiful Jujube Rice Stuffed Pears recipe is comforting and soothing. We’ve included other Yin-nourishing ingredients such as sticky rice, brown sugar, osmanthus flowers, and jujube dates, making this recipe powerful for soothing dry throats and hydrating the body.
This beautiful jelly dessert is bursting with floral fragrance and sweetness. Osmanthus flowers nourish Lung Yin and support beautiful, supple skin, while goji berries calm Liver fire and help alleviate dry eyes. This dessert is perfect for the autumn season, and look beautful on the Mid-Autumn Festival table!
Mochi is a crowd favorite. Traditionally in East Asian countries, it is often made with mugwort (艾草, Ai), an important healing herb that warms the meridians and the uterus to treat dysmenorrhea, infertility, and to stabilize the fetus. Even though it plays a major role in women's health, men can absolutely also have it, especially those with a cold constitution. Here is a reicipe for you to incorporate mugwort in this naturally gluten-free, vegan dessert!
Fresh aloe and pear are both fantastic ingredients to cool heat and hydrate our body. If consumed together raw, these ingredients might be too cooling for the body in cold weather. Poaching the pear brings some warmth into it; we encourage you to try this light fruit dessert when you feel dry and heated! This recipe is sponsored by #alodrink. Receive 20% off their aloe drinks here (discount will automatically apply)!
Whenever I feel dryness in my throat, along with heat or heated symptoms like hot flush, mouth sores, or itchy, red skin, I take out my rice cooker to make this recipe. When cooked, aloe and snow fungus have this amazingly tender and juicy texture that always makes my throat feel better. It is a one pot dish you can make easily. Try it out! This recipe is sponsored by #alodrink. Receive 20% off their aloe drinks here (discount will automatically apply)!