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[Deer antler yam and wolfberry sparkling wine recipe]_ making method _ practice Daquan

[Deer antler yam and wolfberry sparkling wine recipe]_ making method _ practice Daquan

Antler is a very precious medicinal material. Because antler is mainly derived from antlers, the amount is very rare.

Deer antler is a very nourishing medicinal material. People who are physically weak can often recover antler quickly, and it can also strengthen the body’s immunity.

Deer antler is also the best choice for sparkling wine. When brewing antler wine, yam and wolfberry and other medicinal materials are generally added.

So, what is the formula of antler yam medlar sparkling wine?

Chinese wolfberry yam antler astragalus sparkling wine can nourish the liver and kidney, and relax the muscles and channels.

Suitable for liver and kidney failure gout, wolfberry and velvet antler, liver and kidney together; wolfberry and yam, spleen and kidney.

The conventional materials are as follows: 100-150 grams of Chinese wolfberry, 40 g of velvet antler tablets, 20 grams of astragalus, 50 grams of yam, 1 liter (2 kg) of Chinese spirits above 50 degrees. Method: Put medlar, velvet, astragalus and Chinese yam in white wine and soak inWeek Serve.

Usage: Take 25-50ml daily, drink 2 times.

Lycium barbarum: Chinese wolfberry is sweet and flat; returns to the liver, kidney, and lung meridians; has a good quality, moisturizing, and can rise or fall; it has the effects of nourishing kidney and refining, nourishing the liver and eyesight, and moisturizing the lungs and the body.

Antler: When the tender horns of a stag do not grow into hard bones, they are covered with fur and contain blood, which is called antler.

It is a valuable traditional Chinese medicine. It uses nourishing and strengthening agents, and has curative effects on weakness and neurasthenia.

Astragalus: qi and solid surface, detoxification and purulence, diuresis, muscle growth.

It is used for qi deficiency and fatigue, prolonged diarrhea and prolapse, spontaneous sweating, edema, prolapse of the child, chronic nephritis proteinuria, diabetes, and long-healed sores.