Another common body constitution in Singapore is Qi Deficiency. This constitution greatly affects your immunity. To help, we have adapted a popular soup recipe for dessert to invigorate your Qi. But first, let’s look at some common indicators of Qi Deficiency:
- Often short of breath/fatigue, dizziness, feeble voice (esp. after exercising)
- Catch flu/cold easily, sinusitis, sensitive to environmental changes (weaker immune system)
- Palpitations, lower backaches, frequent urination, impotence or low libido.
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse (dropped bladder, bowel, rectum, uterus)
- Excessive sweating, teeth marks on the tongue, bloating especially after eating, sluggish bowel movements
Qi Deficiency was a topic explored in one of our corporate talks from September 2019.
To know more about our talks, kindly contact us.
Qi Invigorating Dessert Soup
Four Herbs Dessert Soup
An alternative take on the
Chinese Four Herbs Soup (Si Shen Tang 四神汤)
Optional ingredients to make your soup tastier:
- Rock sugar
- Red dates
- Gingko nuts
- White fungus
- Silky tofu skin
- Bring ingredients up to a boil in 1.5L to 2L of water.
- Lower heat and let simmer for at least 1 hr.
- Allow it to cool before serving.
- We recommend you serve it warm and with less sugar, opt for natural sweeteners like Red dates or Honey. Warm foods are also more beneficial than cold or iced options.
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