Li Shizhen's "Compendium of Materia Medica" contains blueberry moisturizing prescriptions. The famous doctor Li Shizhen suffered from eye diseases when he was young. The post-harvest meridian (now northern Mongolia) found that the blue berries (blueberries) growing in the permafrost in the roots had wonderful effects. Li Shizhen often consumed it. In his later years, he was still awake and informed the local Oroqen people: Run your eyes and eat more. The Elunchun people have become the most visually-savvy people today, and are very suitable for perennial safari life. Li Shizhente included in this "Compendium of Materia Medica" the popular medicine that has been passed down to this day ...
New archeological discoveries in the 21st century
According to the latest archeological records, a large plague occurred in the Americas several centuries ago. Most of the land in South America was hungry and stricken. But it is surprising that although people of North American tribes are also suffering from famine and plague, Stubbornly survived, and few diseases occurred. This incident aroused great attention of scientists. After inspection, they finally concluded that it is a fruit called "star fruit" that helped people in North America to survive the disaster. It turned out that "star fruit" is what we now call blueberry. Because when the blueberry flowers bloom, the calyx part will form a perfect five-star shape, and the Americans have since admired blueberries. They like to eat fresh blueberries directly and store some blueberries for medicinal purposes. The dehydrated blueberries are ground into powder and mixed in vegetables, soups, and meats as seasonings. The leaves of blueberries can also be made into tea leaves, which is very beneficial to the blood circulation of the human body. Blueberries can also be used to treat cough, and the leaves and roots can be used for medical treatment. The discovery of the health-care effects of blueberries has brought new hope to people today in both medical and health care.
The secret of Bluetooth King's physical vitality
Northern Europe in the 10th century AD was a turbulent era for hegemony and bloody wars. At that time, King Harald Brutus of Denmark was a strong and energetic monarch. In order to end the war and bring peace to the European continent, He stepped forward and made uninterrupted visits to more than a dozen vassal states in several months, crossing the European continent several times, devoted himself to negotiations between the vassals, and finally brought the vassals to the negotiating table. Later, other monarchs asked him curiously, how did you maintain physical strength and spirit during such intensive and intensive negotiations? He smiled mysteriously, revealing his blue teeth. It turns out that the king often eats blueberries to keep his body alive and healthy. Little blueberries changed the course of European history. Since then, European royals and nobles have used blueberries as a daily essential food.
Bush invites French president to eat blueberries
On August 11, US President George. W. Bush entertained new French President Nicolas Sarkozy with food such as blueberries. The media across the country have used the term "light meal" to describe this summit-level "meal".
In the words of Zhang Qian, deputy chief nutritionist at Beijing Tongren Hospital, blueberries are rich in amino acids, vitamins, and trace elements such as zinc, calcium, and copper, which can reduce eye fatigue and improve night vision. This meal is very natural, very healthy.
The secret of good vision for King pilots
During World War II, London, England was bombed by Nazi Germany. Royal British pilots fought bravely against the German Air Force. At that time, an ace pilot was always able to find German aircraft in advance and accurately shoot down enemy aircraft. People have found that his vision is far superior to ordinary people, and he has a special habit of eating a lot of blueberries every morning. Later research by British scientists found that blueberries can accelerate the regeneration of rhodopsin, which is the eye's Photosensitive substances can help people improve their night vision. Since then, blueberries have become a daily essential nutritious food for British Royal Pilots.