TOOHUI Natural Farm Wild Peach Resin Tao Jiao 桃胶 桃油 桃脂 Dried Food Peach Gum Nourishing Yin Skin Health, Without Added, Free Worldwide Air Mail (250g/0.55LB)
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Plant Gums play an important role in inhibiting the spread of bacterial and fungal pathogens within infected tissues
To clean peach gum, soak the hardened gum overnight (about 12 hours) for the peach gum to expand and soften. After that, you will be able to easily remove the dirt and dark impurities from the softened peach gum. Rinse the gummy-bear like peach gum with water until it is clean. How big can peach gum expand? No one should consume raw peach gum as it is just like hardened resin. Peach gum soaked overnight or up to 18 hours is soft in texture, however, it will just taste like plain gummy bears. Before further cooking or consuming the peach gum, you should also remove any dirt or impurities in it. It is recommended to eat peach gum which has been softened by soaking overnight, impurities removed and slowly brought to a boil and cooked down. How to clean peach gum? My grandmother is an expert at medicinal soups and since I’ve been a child, every time I visit her I must have at least one bowl of soup. Two, if I want to make her happy. She has liver-cleansing soup, a soup for my dad’s high blood pressure, a soup for my cousin who just had a baby… even a soup for your ovaries which my brothers weren’t allowed to drink (but my dad was?).
Then, once the resin is clean, depending upon the use for the peach tree resin, additives are mixed in. Peach gum is commonly used in Chinese sweets but it may also be used to nourish the body or as an emollient to rejuvenate the skin. It is said to create firmer skin with less wrinkles and to cleanse the blood, build up the immune system, remove cholesterol, and balance the body’s pH. PEACHCALM is recommended to treat sensitive scalps associated with disturbed microbiome and excessive sebum. Physiological conditions of the scalp have a strong correlation with the microbiota which is easily affected by the environment.
They are treasured in the Traditional Chinese Medicine community for its nutritional value similar to those of the highly-priced bird’s nest, but at a fraction of its cost. When rehydrated, peach gum has a jelly-like texture, soft, bouncy and usually tripled its original size. Peach gum is tasteless on its own and usually used to prepare sweet soup such as tong sui or savory soup.Consuming collagen-rich foods is believed by many to improve skin elasticity and diminish the signs of aging, like wrinkles and dry, crepe-like skin. But it should be said that not everyone agrees with this assessment , and some doctors argue that consistent, proper water consumption will do far more for your skin than any food, rich in collagen or not, ever could. Still, with U.S. food manufacturers and importers increasingly looking to the East to determine the next big beauty and health trends, peach gum was bound to fetch someone’s attention. I soaked 30 grams dried peach gums and when I weighed the rehydrated peached gums, I got about more than 300+ grams