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Miso Soup ~ Miso is one the mainstays of traditional Japanese medicine and is commonly used in macrobiotic cooking as a digestive regulator. Made from fermented rye, beans, rice or barley, adding a tablespoon of miso to some hot water makes an excellent, Real Food Recipes, Soup Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Macrobiotic Recipes, Macrobiotic Diet, Probiotic Foods, Fermented Foods

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My baby has this! In Japanese Medicine a blue vein on the bridge of a baby's nose is called, Kanmushi or Sugar Bug. These kids tend to be sensitive to sugar and may be emotionally reactive. Baby Health, Kids Health, Japanese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Natural Parenting, Natural Baby, Along The Way, Healthy Kids, Getting Old

In Japanese Medicine a blue vein on the bridge of a baby's nose is called, Kanmushi or Sugar Bug. These kids tend to be sensitive to sugar and may be emotionally reactive.

Ume - I don't think anyone eats these as "fruit" - they are used to make pickled plums (very salty) but good for you Japanese Medicine, Prunus Mume, Japanese Food, Remedies, Yummy Food, Herbs, Fruit, Park Ridge, Pe Ideas

There were medicinal uses of ume in Japanese and Chinese history. In Japan, there is a tradition that states ume kills three kinds of poisons, poisons in food, water, and blood. From:www.Choya.com.

The root of peonies have been used for asthma, convulsions and menstrual cramps. The In Japanese peony is Ebisugusuri, which means medicine from China. Japanese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, New York Blog, Upper East Side, Medicinal Herbs, Asthma, Herbal Remedies, Peony, Roots

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