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Loquats are neutral, sweet and sour. Loquats lubricate dryness, stop coughs, harmonize the stomach, and calm the liver. For nausea and vomiting, boil a tea using loquats. For a cough, eat fresh loquats to relieve. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Almonds are neutral and sweet. They ventilate the lungs, relieve coughs and asthma, transform phlegm, and lubricate the intestines. For cough and asthma, grind almonds to a fine meal, add fructose; dissolve 2 tablespoons in water. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Mangoes are neutral, sweet and sour. They regnerate body fluids, stop coughs, stop thirst, and strengthen the stomach. For weak digestion, drink plenty of mango juice. For enlarged prostate, boil mango peel and seed in to a tea and drink. Add mango to your morning smoothie! Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Chinese dates, also known as Jujubes, are neutral and sweet. Jujubes strengthen the spleen, nourish the body, lubricates the lungs, stops cough, and relieves diarrhea. Jujubes are also great for anemia and night sweats! Use dates to boil a tea and enjoy. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Pine nuts are warm and sweet. They lubricate the lungs, stop coughs, lubricate the intestines, and promote body fluids. For constipation, eat pine nuts with rice porridge. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Persimmons are cool, sweet and astringent. They lubricate the lungs, stop coughs, dissolve sputum, strengthen the spleen, stop diarrhea, quench thirst and clear heat. If you are vomiting or coughing up blood - cook a persimmon in rice wine for 10 minutes. If you have hypertension drink 3 glasses daily of unripened persimmon juice. For nausea or vomiting - add dried persimmon to water and mix it up. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications…

Apricot is slightly cool, sweet and sour. They regenerate body fluids, clear heat, detoxify the body, and quench thirst. For dehydration and summer thirst, eat 5-10 apricots. You can cook apricot to dissolve cough. WARNING: not good to eat too many apricots during pregnancy. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Honey is neutral (unless heated, then it is warm) and sweet. It nourishes yin, lubricates dryness, tonifies weakness, harmonizes, antidote to drugs, and strengthens the spleen. For burns, apply locally. For ulcers, mix ginger juice and honey and take on an empty stomach every morning. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Tangerines are warm, sweet and sour. They open the channels, strengthen the stomach, and stop coughs. Making a tea from the tangerine peels stops nausea, vomiting or any stomach discomfort. To relieve chest fullness or pain in the ribs, use tangerine fruit and rice wine in water to make a tea. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987

Soy beans are cool and sweet. They clear heat, detoxify, ease urination, lubricate the lungs and intestines, and provide an excellent protein food. For habitual constipation, boil tea from soybeans and drink 4 times daily. Reference: The Tao of nutrition, Maoshing Ni - Cathy McNease - Sevenstar, Communications - 1987