Pros and cons of being jealous
Vinegar is commonly known as bitter wine, Chunjiu, 酢 wine, 醯, rice vinegar.
Vinegar is a sour liquid made from rice, wheat, sorghum or wine, lees and other foods.
The Chinese people know how to brew it thousands of years ago. Among them are Zhenjiang balsamic vinegar, Shanxi old vinegar, and Sichuan Boring vinegar.
Vinegar is an important food seasoning. In addition to acidity, good vinegar also has special freshness, aroma and sweetness. The acidity of vinegar is caused by a large number of acetic acid after the raw materials of vinegar are decomposed through a series of fermentation.
In addition, vinegar also contains organic acids such as lactic acid, succinic acid, citric acid, grape acid, and malic acid, which makes acetic alcohol fragrant; its fragrance is made by combining alcohol and organic acids into aromatic esters.
There is also some salt in the vinegar, which is one of the factors that make the vinegar delicious and delicious.
As a seasoning, vinegar can increase the acidity and flavor of food, increase the delicious taste of food, and increase the acidity of stomach, promote appetite, help digestion, and have a certain bactericidal effect. It can relieve the fishy smell and make the food more delicious.
Vinegar has been an important traditional Chinese medicine in Chinese medicine since ancient times. Its nature is sour, bitter and warm.
Function: Activating blood and dispersing stasis, appetizing and digesting, swelling and softening, loosening and cracking, detoxification and insecticide, sore and sore.
Such as the “Suishuiju diet spectrum” said: appetizing, nourishing the liver, strengthening the muscles, warming the stomach, sobering up, digestion, dispelling evil spirits, relieving the fish and crab scales of various poisons.
Vinegar is also a typical representative of acidic foods and medicines. It is often cited as a medicine and processed at the same time to process traditional Chinese medicine, such as vinegar fried Bupleurum and vinegar fried beetles.
In addition to being taken orally, vinegar can often be used as an external medicine to modulate external Chinese medicine.
In daily life, using vinegar to treat or prevent some diseases also has some effects: 1.
Use white vinegar or vinegar (quantitated at 3 ml per cubic meter) and add an appropriate amount of water to slowly steam over gentle heat, so that the air has a strong acidity, and steamed once at night.
Functional detoxification and insecticide.
It is suitable for the prevention of diseases such as influenza and mumps.
50 ml of vinegar, 1 egg, add water, eat on an empty stomach in the morning after cooking, once a day.
Function Pinggan antihypertensive.
Suitable for adjuvant treatment of hypertension.
15 ml vinegar and 0 ginger juice.
5 ml, warm boiled water in moderation, drink slowly after blending.
Functional digestion and stomach, suitable for stomach bloating, nausea and so on.
500 ml of vinegar, immersed in garlic, 250 grams of sugar, and eat a few cloves of garlic after one week.
Functional sterilization and detoxification.
It is suitable for the prevention of diseases such as enteritis and diarrhea.
50 grams of vinegar and 30 grams of rhubarb powder, mix thoroughly and apply to the affected area.
Function to clear heat and detoxify, and dissipate blood.
It is suitable for those who are bitten by insects and ants and various sores.
Although vinegar has many evils, it can cause harm if not used properly.
Because vinegar is sour, it should not be eaten too much, otherwise it will hurt the stomach and damage the teeth, which is not good for bones and bones.
Patients with ulcers with hyperacidity should not eat vinegar.
Metal utensils such as copper ware cannot be used for cooking vinegar, because vinegar can dissolve copper and cause “copper poisoning”.
Especially in daily life, people usually don’t know much about the effect of vinegar on drugs, but in fact, vinegar must be avoided when taking certain drugs.
Such as erythromycin, spiramycin, leucomycin, streptomycin, gentamicin, kanamycin and other drugs jealous, so that these antibiotics in the acidic environment reduce the drug effect.
When vinegar is used in combination with thiamine drugs, the drug crystallizes in the kidney in an acidic environment and damages the renal tubules.
When vinegar is combined with basic drugs such as aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide, magnesium trisilicate, sodium bicarbonate, and calcium carbonate, the drug will lose its efficacy due to acid-base neutralization.
When vinegar is used in combination with traditional Chinese medicines, the acetic acid will affect the efficacy of the traditional Chinese medicine.