Horse hoof therapeutic soup recipe

People who get COVID-19 are usually accompanied by symptoms such as cough, sore throat, and asthma. In addition, the body’s resistance is weak due to the cold winter. During the recovery period after “Yangkang”, more attention should be paid to preventing and treating respiratory diseases. Today I would like to share with you a health-preserving dietary soup that relieves coughs and moisturizes the lungs. It is simple and easy to use. It can be drunk by family members and children. Friends in need can save it for later use~

Horse hoof therapeutic soup

Horse hoof therapeutic soup has the effects of promoting body fluids and quenching thirst, clearing heat and reducing phlegm, diuresis and detoxification.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Course Soup
Cuisine Chinese
Servings 2


  • 25 g Fresh Lily
  • 1 Snow Pear
  • 5 pcs Horseshoes
  • crystal sugar Appropriate amount


  • Horseshoes can be eaten as fruit. If you have children at home who suffer from heat, dry stools, or dry intestines, you can try water chestnuts, pear and lily drinks.
  • Pear, according to the "Compendium of Materia Medica" records, "Pear is beneficial, and its properties are downward and fluent." Its medicinal properties can cure wind-heat, moisten the lungs, cool the heart, eliminate phlegm, reduce fire, and detoxify. Medical research has proven that pears do have the effects of moistening the lungs and clearing dryness, relieving coughs and reducing phlegm, and nourishing blood and promoting muscle growth.
  • Rock sugar water chestnut drink, this is a winter soup suitable for all ages to share. It is sweet and refreshing, especially good for those with uncomfortable throats. It can also be used as afternoon tea soup. It is super simple to make, so hurry up and make it! (People with weak lung qi, especially those with poor resistance, may experience throat discomfort, cough with less phlegm, etc. At this time, we should focus on moistening the lungs, clearing fire, reducing phlegm and relieving cough)
  • First clean the water chestnuts and pears, peel the water chestnuts and cut the pears into small pieces. (Lily and lotus seeds were added by my own taste, and can be adjusted slightly according to personal needs)
  • Pour the peeled water chestnuts and pears into the pot, add an appropriate amount of water, bring to a boil over high heat, then turn to low heat and simmer for 20 minutes. (Drink this bowl of sweet soup to your family in winter, especially your children!)
  • Finally, add a little rock sugar and wolfberry, cook for about 5 minutes, and it is ready to eat. Many times, diet therapy is easier to accept and use than medicine. If the ingredients are used well, it can also achieve the effect of prevention and treatment.
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