Thursday, May 26, 2011

Local Herbal Drink to Cleanse Kidneys and get rid of Stone in it

I am not sure what is the actual name of the above red coloured herbs but my friend told me that it can help to break down the stones that accumulated in our kidneys. This herbs can be grown easily in our garden and you can also find it at many wet markets. I would normally cook it with Mutt Cho (Chinese Preserved Dates) and drink it just like Tong Sui (sweetened drinks).
I am not sure whether it works or not but, this herbal red grass drink is rather tasty, especially when chilled!

Anyone know the name of this local herbs?

18 comments:

wenn said...

we do sell herbal stuff meant for that.

Mei Teng said...

I can't quite remember all the names of herbal drinks I enjoy. Quite a mouthful! :)

Hayley said...

Sorry I don't know the name... But thank you for sharing!

Small Kucing said...

i saw thse selling in pasar. I thought it's for soup

Alice Law said...

Errrr.... no idea what are these... looks exactly like seaweeds to me, muahahaha!

joycezzz said...

hehe... i also boil tons of herbal drinks but do not know their names... boiled this before...

hope one of your readers will know the name... would love to start and keep a dictionary for herbs!

BigAppleNosh said...

I don't know what it is but it looks quite pretty!

Christine said...

well I do recognize the dates! lol

suituapui said...

Ya, I planted those before...

[SK] said...

oh, i've never seen this kind of herbs.. but interesting huh, after boiled it turns all green~~

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Not sure about it... But thanks for sharing...

Yvonne said...

Never seen nor drank it before.... I don't mind having herbal drink especially during these warm days.

Quay Po Cooks said...

My mum is the expert in making herbal tea for the family but she has not make something like this. I got to show this to her.

Luciana said...

no idea..thanks for sharing :)
have a nice weekend!

Sheoh Yan said...

I need this now, I have sore throat. Don't know what is this called.

Bananazஇ said...

Sorry no idea..know anything about greens to cleanse the spleen? tQ.

Annie Q said...

Hey, i know this. It grow a lot at my garden. At first we didn't know it is useful till my mum told my mother in law. I don't know what it call, but my mum also said the same things, good for the kidney. Now every week my mil will boil a big pot and "force" us to drink. We don't add any sugar, just the herbs, it's a bit red colour right, like roselle colour, but no taste.

lena said...

if i'm not wrong, chinese we call this "hoong tei woo"

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