1. Camomiles eat persimmons
In some places in China, red persimmons are eaten during the frost season. In the eyes of the locals, this can not only keep warm and keep warm, but also repair bones and bones. It is a very good frost food. The old people in Quanzhou said that when Camomiles eat persimmons: Camomiles eat Ding persimmons and will not runny nose. In some places, the interpretation of this custom is: Frost should eat 杮 子 on this day, otherwise the lips will crack throughout the winter.
Persimmons are generally fully ripe before and after frost. At this time, persimmons have thin skin, fresh meat, delicious taste, high nutritional value, and their vitamins and sugar content are about 1 to 2 times higher than ordinary fruits. If a person eats a persimmon a day, the vitamin c intake can basically meet half of the daily requirement.
Although persimmons are delicious, be sure not to eat them on an empty stomach; eat them in moderation, preferably not more than 100 grams each time; do not eat unripe persimmons; suffer from diabetes, chronic gastritis, delayed emptying, indigestion, etc It is not suitable for consumption.
Persimmons are high in sugar and contain pectin. After eating persimmons, there will always be a part of them left in the mouth, especially in the teeth, with weak acidic tannic acid, it is easy to erode the teeth and form dental caries. You should drink a few sips of water immediately or gargle in time. Autumn is the season for hairy crabs to market. Chinese medicine believes that crabs and persimmons are cold foods, so they cannot be eaten together. From the perspective of modern medicine, crabs, fish, and shrimps with high protein content are easily solidified into stomach persimmon stones under the action of tannic acid.
2. Frost drops
In the frost season, there is a custom of ascending the horizon. Ascending can not only relax the function of the lungs, but also ascend to the heights and look far away. The sky is high and the clouds are light, and the maple leaves are all dyed.
When ascending, avoid cold mornings and evenings. When ascending, be calm and slow to prevent sprained waist and legs; do not go too fast down the mountain to avoid knee or muscle strain. During the ascent, you should increase or decrease the clothing to adapt to the temperature changes; do not sit on the wet ground and the wind outlet when resting; you can loosen the clothes button slightly when you are sweating, do not take off your hat to prevent colds and colds.
For the elderly, a walking stick should be worn, which not only saves physical strength, but also contributes to safety. When climbing the mountain, pay attention to it, and pay attention to whether the stones under your feet are active to avoid stepping into the sky. When walking on steep slopes, it is best to take the zigzag route to climb, which can ease the slope.
3. Frost drop chrysanthemum
There is a saying in ancient times that the frost hits the chrysanthemum, so climbing the mountain and admiring the chrysanthemum has become an elegant affair of frost. It is recorded in Wu Xun's "Continued Harmony" by Liang Jun of the Southern Dynasty. "When frost falls, only this grass flourishes," so the chrysanthemum was regarded by the ancients as "the grass of waiting time" and became a symbol of vitality. The frost season is when autumn chrysanthemums are in full bloom. Many places in our country will hold a chrysanthemum meeting at this time.
In the eyes of the ancients, chrysanthemums have an unusual cultural significance, and are considered to be "Yanshouke", an old grass. "Miscellaneous Five Elements" says: plant "three roots of poplar and cornel next to the house to increase longevity and eliminate harm." The cold autumn that invaded the body was often regarded as ghost and evil in ancient times, which can drive the wind away evil The dogwood is used as a remedy for diseases.
Source: Road to Health