Enriching the brain and mental medicine for the elderly-Qiquan stewed quail

Enriching the brain and mental medicine for the elderly-Qiquan stewed quail

Ingredients: 1 quail, 30 grams of wolfberry, Polygonatum chinensis, salt, monosodium glutamate instead.

  Production: Slaughter quail, remove hair and offal, cleanse, wolfberry, yellow quail in the belly, add water, stew crisp, add salt, seasoning MSG and season.

  Dosage: Discard medicine, eat meat and drink soup, once a day.

  Efficacy: nourish the liver and kidney, nourish the essence.

Quail is a good nootropic food, rich in protein, inorganic salts, vitamins, etc., which helps children develop, increase appetite, and improve memory.

Mental workers can eat regularly, which can eliminate the symptoms of dizziness, forgetfulness, improve intelligence, and have the effect of strengthening the brain and refreshing the nerves; wolfberry can nourish the kidney and replenish the essence, nourish the liver and eyesight, resist fatigue, enhance physical strength and intelligence; Huang Jing can nourish the spleen, nourish the lungs, nourishYin Shengjin, strengthens bones and muscles, strengthens body.

The same use of several flavors increases its nourishing and nootropic effects.

It is suitable for those with liver and kidney deficiency, deficient essence and blood, and fatigue.