Tips To Eat Hawthorn Healthily

Hawthorn can help digestion and can effectively alleviate some of the discomfort feelings of the body. However, we should not eat Hawthorn too much especially before going to bed at night because it may lead to some chronic stomach diseases.

If your body has some feelings of the fullness in the stomach. Taking some Hawthorn can be very good to alleviate the bad feelings in such a situation. However, it should be noted that although hawthorn can play a very important role in promoting digestion, there is no health effect for the spleen and stomach. It is only able to promote the body to secrete more digestive liquid. In this process of stimulation, the stomach will cause some irritation. So, if you are suffering from gastrointestinal diseases, you should not take hawthorn or hawthorn water when you stomach is empty. Common gastrointestinal diseases include gastritis, gastric ulcer, hyperacidity or reflux esophagitis and gastritis. If patients suffering from these diseases take too much hawthorn, it cannot promote health, but will aggravate those diseases.

If you want to get better weight loss effect, it is recommended to take hawthorn water every day so that over time will be able to play the role of softening blood vessels. However, the daily dosage of the hawthorn also need to be paid attention to and it is best to consume not more than 25 grams per day in which the effect will be the best and will not have any side effects to the body. In addition, you can also put some herbs such as Semen Cassiae and Polygonum multiflorum Thunb in Hawthorn water to strength the effects. It will have a better effect of anti-oxidation and lowering blood pressures. Over amount of consumption may lead to chronic stomach disease. We should pay attention to the daily dosage of hawthorn drink when soaked in water, otherwise it’s easy to cause the body to suffer a variety of gastrointestinal diseases. Also, when taking hawthorn, it is recommended to not leave it with empty stomach, especially for patients with lots of gastric acid.

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