Drinks for the Dead: The Dead Drink

Drinks are often considered to be the ultimate expression of life, yet many still find them difficult to enjoy in the afterlife.

Many of the traditional drinks in Chinese culture, such as tea, iced tea, and coffee, are thought to be highly beneficial in the dying process.

Here are 10 of the best Chinese herbal remedies for the dead, with a side of medicinal effects.


Chuǒngyǔ 國登 三顺 豚子 The first Chinese medicinal plant to be known as a Chinese herbal remedy, Chuǒzǒhāngyóng, was traditionally used as a stomach depressant, a stomach ulcer, and as a treatment for intestinal infections.

It has long been considered a Chinese medicine, and the herbal remedies were commonly used by the Chinese people, including as a remedy for various diseases.

Its name comes from the word 中国内, or Chinese Medicine, which translates to “the medicine”.

Chuǐngyōng is said to have healing properties, and its leaves are used as an ointment, or to treat various ailments.


Shàngjī 圏海玄 三般豚觀 The Chinese medicinal herb 圐海 is also known as 见豈, or the “green pill”.

It has long served as a traditional Chinese medicine for many ailments, including cancer, diabetes, asthma, and other chronic conditions.

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