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Shiitake   -   [Chinese, Black or Forest Mushroom, Oak Mushroom; Hed Horm (Thai); Lentinus edodes]

Shiitake - [Chinese, Black or Forest Mushroom, Oak Mushroom; Hed Horm (Thai); Lentinus edodes]

Foods that support the Spleen  In Chinese medicine the Spleen is said to be nourished by sweet food. This does not mean sugar but rather the deep sweet taste of grains or root vegetables as in rice pudding or pumpkin soup. Generally speaking the Spleen likes well-cooked food such as thick soups or stews which are easy on the digestion; it has more difficulty with raw and cold food. The weaker the Spleen, the more it benefits from well-cooked meals. * Eggplant - reduces...

Foods that support the Spleen In Chinese medicine the Spleen is said to be nourished by sweet food. This does not mean sugar but rather the deep sweet taste of grains or root vegetables as in rice pudding or pumpkin soup. Generally speaking the Spleen likes well-cooked food such as thick soups or stews which are easy on the digestion; it has more difficulty with raw and cold food. The weaker the Spleen, the more it benefits from well-cooked meals. * Eggplant - reduces...

How The Kidneys Work According To Chinese Medicine | Piktochart Infographic Editor

How The Kidneys Work According To Chinese Medicine | Piktochart Infographic Editor

Friendly’s Peanut Sauce

Steak and Shake Frisco Patty Melt

Friendly’s Peanut Sauce

Alles over de vijfde smaak 'umami'

Alles over de vijfde smaak 'umami'

Spleen

Spleen

Black fungus (wood ears) is neutral, slightly toxic raw, and sweet. It nourishes the stomach, calms the spirit, lubricates dryness, promotes blood flow, and removes stagnation. For dysentery, take 10 grams fresh black fungus with warm water 2 times daily. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Black fungus (wood ears) is neutral, slightly toxic raw, and sweet. It nourishes the stomach, calms the spirit, lubricates dryness, promotes blood flow, and removes stagnation. For dysentery, take 10 grams fresh black fungus with warm water 2 times daily. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Reuse Tea caddies...

Reuse Tea caddies...

karen margolis, 8 layers of maps + watercolor

karen margolis, 8 layers of maps + watercolor

Trypophobia may be moving out of the urban dictionary and into the scientific literature.  A recent study in the peer-review journal Psychological Science takes a first crack at explaining why some people may suffer from a fear of holes.

Fear Of Holes May Be Reaction To Venomous Critters

Trypophobia may be moving out of the urban dictionary and into the scientific literature. A recent study in the peer-review journal Psychological Science takes a first crack at explaining why some people may suffer from a fear of holes.

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