What are the effects of soaking dried figs in water

You may think that figs are fruit without flowers, but in fact they are not. It is a pollution-free green food. It is known as “the patron saint of human health in the 21st century”. For good health, dried fruit contains low acid content, so it is especially suitable for the elderly and children to eat. Figs are rich in amino acids, which have a good effect on fighting leukemia, restoring physical strength, and eliminating fatigue. The following is a detailed description of the effect of dried figs in water.

What are the effects of soaking dried figs in water

Foreign countries use a fig drink as a “carbaphine substitute.”

Figs have a high dry matter content, 14-20% for fresh fruits and more than 70% for dried fruits. Among them, the glucose content that can be directly absorbed by the human body accounts for 34.3% (dry weight), fructose accounts for 31.2% (dry weight) and sucrose only accounts for 7.82% (dry weight). Therefore, the calorie is low, and it is called a low-calorie food in Japan. Domestic medical research has proved that it is a kind of weight-loss health food.

Dried figs, dried tangerine peels, and roses can be soaked together, but the taste is not good. At the same time, dried figs are best eaten directly, or put in porridge. Tangerine peel is mainly used for appetizing, reducing irritation, lowering blood pressure and lipid, and can be taken for a long time. Although roses have beauty effects, long-term consumption can cause qi deficiency, so it is best to take them regularly.

Dried figs can be soaked in water to make fig tea. The method is 30g figs, chopped, and fry until half charred. 10g each time, add appropriate amount of sugar, brew with boiling water, instead of tea. This product can invigorate the spleen and stomach and aid digestion. Used for weak spleen and stomach, indigestion, reduced diet, loose stools, diarrhea, etc.

The main effect of figs after taking it is to treat constipation and indigestion. At the same time, it also has a good effect on throat discomfort and yin deficiency cough. The general population can take figs, especially those with indigestion, loss of appetite, hyperlipidemia, high blood pressure, cancer, constipation, and coronary heart disease. However, patients with diarrhea, loose stools, and fatty liver patients should not take it.

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