Fox Nut - Makhana
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|Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China|
|250g 8.8oz / 500g 1.1lb|
|Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature|
What is Fox Nut?
Fox nuts are one of the most popular foods in China. They are often used as a herbal remedy for a variety of health problems. They are sometimes referred to as conker trees or conker nut trees. Horse chestnuts are a species of flowering plant in the family Sapindaceae, native to the European and Asian continents.
What are Fox Nut's benefits?
Fox nuts can be used to treat a number of health ailments, including Heart disease Digestive problems Erectile dysfunction Hypertension
There are also anti-inflammatory properties in the horse chestnut that can be used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.
Fox nuts are also a great source of nutrients and vitamins that can be good for the heart.
Fox nuts can also be used to treat erectile dysfunction and hypertension as well as prevent heart disease.
What are Fox Nut nutrition facts?
Fox nuts are a great source of nutrients and vitamins and can be used to treat a number of ailments. For example, fox nuts are Rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, calcium, and potassium Rich in amino acids Good for the heart.
How to eat Fox Nut?
Fox Nut is often served in cold dishes. However, they are also used in a hot dish, congee.
Typically, Fox Nut is always stewed with food. It is recommended to stew together with lean meat, chicken.
Step 1. Soaked Fox Nut in cold water for 6 hours.
Step 2. Clean the lean meat and cut it into pieces.
Step 3. Add water, lean meat, Fox Nut, and ginger into the pot to stew.
Step 4. Stew until the beef is softened or cooked
Tip: You can add other Chinese natural herbs into the stew.
Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of Fox Nut 3 tablespoons of lean meat (beef, chicken, pork) 2 large slices of ginger A handful of green onion Root vegetables (carrot, taro root, Chinese yam, etc.) Water
What are the side effects of Fox Nut?
Fox nuts should only be used under medical supervision since they may cause stomach upset, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and stomach pain.