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Baby Asthma and allergy


Eat food as medicine


Daikon Radish water

You can eat raw daikon radish as a fresh vegetable or as a daikon soup. The Chinese say that eating daikon every day keeps the doctor away. Daikon can clean your lungs and intestines, moisten air ways, relieve cough, help with bowel movements and detoxify the body.


Drink cooked daikon water, it is easy to digest .Take the daikon’s skin off , cut it into small pieces , add 3 cups of water , boil 2 minutes then simmer 5 minutes or until daikon turns soft. Cool down 2-3 minutes, pour the daikon water into a bottle and add 1 teaspoon of honey (babies under 1 yr old should not have honey), mix well. The daikon water is ready to drink. The drink is very helpful for irritation in the throat, cleaning mucus in air ways, cough, congestion and bronchitis. Drink this 2-3 times a day or as needed. Better to drink warm rather than cold.


Millet porridge

Millet 1 cup

Water 4 cups

Boil and simmer until millet turns soft, then it is ready to eat. This porridge is the most important food to boost energy and stay healthy. It is very helpful for women recovering after having a baby or someone returning to good health after having had an illness. After cooking, add honey or brown sugar to the porridge, which make it very tasty.


For babies under age 1: put the porridge into a blender and blend until thickens, then it is ready to feed.


Supplements


Pure New Zealand Colostrum

Colostrum is the first food of life. It can protect the body from unhealthy bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites and it contains over 90 known components that support human health. It also contains immunoglobulins that support the immune system and growth factors that maintain healthy cell renewal.


Probiotics

Enhance normal intestinal flora, eliminate harmful viruses, yeasts, and bacteria. Reduce allergy reaction, inflammation and infection.


Ping’s Meridian massage

Massage back, arms and legs once a day to help the energy flow and improve general health.


For more information please call Dr. Liyan Lu at (661) 513-9265, Ping’s Acupuncture and Herbs Center/ Bamboo Acupuncture.

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