herbal porridge

herbal porridge

Chinese medicine
A general term for a therapeutic preparation consisting of herbs mixed with foods, usually grains (e.g., brown rice, barley and millet), and ingested with meals.
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Herbal porridge consumption as part of the meal at least for 2-3 days per week was practiced by 23% and 41% consumed porridge 1-4 times/month while 33% did not consume porridges even though all herbal porridges elicit a low glycaemic response [19-21] and are rich in antioxidants [22].
Wanigatunge, "Antihyperglycaemic effects of herbal porridge made of Scoparia dulcis leaf extract in diabetics--a randomized crossover clinical trial," BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
People can enjoy traditional Sri Lankan tea, some herbal porridge or bring a Sri Lankan twist to their home with wooden spoon crafts or batik designs.
It will also feature 35 stalls selling traditional, authentic cuisine, clothing, batik fabric, crafts, paintings, Sri Lankan tea, herbal porridge, wooden spoon craft and other items prepared by the wives of club members.