Sick & Tired? 5 Awesome Foods to Improve Your Energy | Awayion Beauty

Hi, Friends!

Are you sick and tired of having zero energy?

Being sick & tired is an ordeal of the most grievous kind. It can steal your health and beauty.

Being low on energy daily causes great suffering.

So, you ask, what will end your suffering? Eh?!

In this post, discover 5 special power-up foods to make you bright-eyed & bushy-tailed — in no time.

Because every girl should say goodbye to being sick & tired forever (um… … wink, wink*).

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Cherries
  2. Chicken
  3. Ginseng
  4. Honey
  5. Bitter Gourd Seeds

Sound blissful? Okay, ladies, let’s start. 

1. Cherries

For starters, organic cherries keep you from feeling tired. A cherry is beneficial to all kinds of deficiency. It can tone energy deficiency in particular and moisten the skin (Lu, 2001).

Make sure you soak your cherries for a long while in water. So the worms inside will leave before eating them.

2. Chicken

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Organic non-GMO, non-antibiotic, grass-fed chicken is a glorious power up food for you. If you are sick and tired of being exhausted daily.

Doctors believe chicken is the most powerful energy tonic food (Lu, 2001).

Now, not every chicken is potent as an energy tonic food. A particular one called “black chicken” is considered the best energy tonic food. Black chickens are smaller than other chickens. And most of them have black hair all over their bodies, but some have white hair (Lu, 2001).

3. Ginseng

Ginseng is a perfect herb for fighting fatigue. Ginseng can stimulate the central nervous system, speed up nerve impulses, and keep a balance in the cerebral cortex.

It can increase the level of the body’s immune functions. Helping you to not feel “sick” and “tired”.

Take one to two grams of pure ginseng powder three times daily to correct chronic deficiency diseases. Or take two milliliters of ginseng extract containing one gram of pure ginseng juice three times daily (Lu, 2001).

4. Honey

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Honey is an ancient energy tonic food. Honey is effective for treatment of heart disease (such as prolapse, palpitation, and various types of heart failure), because as an energy tonic food, it and nourishes the heart muscles and improve their metabolism (Lu, 2001).

Lack of sleep and low energy could lead to heart problems. A few doses of honey could prevent a lack of sleep.

Mix honey in water for better absorption. The following is a standard administration of honey for two months; 30 to 60 grams of honey in the morning, 60 to 80 grams in the afternoon, 30-60 grams in the evening, one hour before meals or two hours after meals. We should give children a teaspoonful of honey every day (about 30 grams of honey) (Lu, 2001).

5. Balsam Pear Seeds (Bitter Gourd Seeds)

Pear seeds are great for skyrocketing your energy levels.

Fry bitter gourd seeds and crush them into a power. Take 10 grams of powder each time with a little brandy three times daily for 10 days as a treatment (Lu, 2001).

Don’t drink more than half a glass of brandy in one day. The brandy is to reinforce the effects of the bitter gourd seeds, not to induce intoxication (Lu, 2001). And if you are under 21, you need your parents’ permission before you try this hack.

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Major Takeaways

You now know 5 awesome foods to improve your energy.

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Lu, H. (2001). Chinese foods for longevity: the art of long life. New York, N.Y: Sterling, pp.60-69.