Pig Trotters Stewed with Diynaria Rhizome

Nourishes the kidneys and promotes blood circulation.
It can be used to treat deficiency of the kidney, aches of the waist region, paleness, cold limbs and tiredness. It is also recommended for middle-aged or elderly people suffering from impotence and prospermia.

Drynaria rhizome 10–15 g, cyathula root 10–15 g, dodder seed 10 g, Himalayan teasel root 10–15 g, pig trotter 1, cooking wine, salt to taste.

1.Rinse the ingredients and soak in cold water for 30–60 minutes. Blanch the pig trotter.
2.Wrap the herbs in a gauze packet and place in a pot with the pig trotter.
3.Add an adequate amount of water and cooking wine. Bring to a boil over high heat, then lower to medium heat and simmer till the pig trotter is tender. Season to taste and serve.

Tips for a Healthy Life
Not suitable for those who suffer from heatiness, distension or yellow phlegm. Those deficient in blood may add 6 dates and 10–15 g of dried longan.