LianWu is a famous fruit in Taiwan. It has beautiful appearance, soft taste, rich vitamin C and minerals, and it has diuretic, calming, heat clearing and fire removing effects. What season is the fruit of the misty lotus? What should I pay attention to when eating Wulian? I'd like to have a look with Xiaobian.
How many months does the mist ripen
Under the natural conditions, the production period of the lotus mist is mainly concentrated in May, June, July and August. However, due to the current developed planting technology, the lotus mist has undergone special production period adjustment technology, and now almost all the year round, delicious and juicy lotus mist is eaten.
What season is the fruit of the lotus mist
In summer, the lotus mist is mature in the natural environment. Therefore, generally speaking, the lotus mist is a summer fruit, which has many effects and functions such as clearing away heat and fire, eliminating boredom and relieving boredom.
When does LianWu go on sale
Due to the variety of lotus mist, the time to market will be different. Here are the time to market of several common varieties of lotus mist:
Black Pearl lotus mist: rich from November to May of the next year.
Black King Kong and lotus fog: from October to February of the next year.
Black Diamond lotus mist: from December to May of the next year.
Missile lotus fog: available from June to August.
Emerald jade lotus fog: available from May to September.
Wax apple and Cherry Apple wax are mainly listed in summer.
When is the best time to eat lotus mist
In terms of seasons
It is cold in nature, moist and juicy. It has the functions of clearing away heat and eliminating fire, promoting body fluid to quench thirst and eliminating boredom. It is suitable for eating in hot and boring summer and autumn.
In terms of time
There is a certain amount of dietary fiber in the lotus mist, which can be eaten for an hour after meals to promote the digestion and absorption of food.
What's the advantage of eating lotus mist
Clearing away heat and reducing fire
Cold lotus spray can help to reduce the hot and dry Qi in the body, relieve the body's uncomfortable reactions such as burning and fever, and has a certain effect of clearing away heat and eliminating fire.
Promoting fluid retention and quench thirst
The water content of the lotus spray is rich, which can alleviate the discomfort of dry mouth and tongue. It has the function of promoting the body fluid to quench thirst, and is suitable for the people with dry mouth and burning.
Prevention and treatment of constipation
The cold lotus mist, rich in dietary fiber, can promote the peristalsis of the intestine, enhance the intestinal function, help the digestion and absorption of food to a certain extent, avoid the accumulation of food, help the excretion of feces and food residues, and have a certain role in preventing and curing constipation.
Lose weight and lose weight
Every 100g edible part of the lotus mist has 39 calories, and the sugar content is very low. It is a kind of fruit with low calories and sugar content. It can help you lose weight if you eat it properly.
The water content in the lotus spray is rich, which has a certain diuretic effect, and can help to excrete urine.
What should we pay attention to when eating lotus mist
1. Not to eat on an empty stomach
The cold nature of the lotus spray can easily stimulate the intestines and stomach when eaten on an empty stomach. Moreover, the lotus spray contains certain acid substances. Eating on an empty stomach can easily increase the content of stomach acid and cause stomach discomfort. Therefore, it is not recommended to eat on an empty stomach.
2. Do not overdose
Excessive consumption of lotus spray is easy to cause gastrointestinal cold, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms of physical discomfort. Generally, it is recommended that no more than 3 should be taken in one day.
3. People with cold stomach, cold wind, loose stool and yin deficiency should be careful
Lotus mist is a kind of cold fruit. Eating it can easily aggravate the cold in the body, which is not conducive to the distribution of cold and affects the discomfort of the body.