Red Bean/ Hong Dou (16 oz)
“Adzuki beans are rich in nutrients, such as fiber, protein, and manganese. They are linked to several health benefits, including weight loss, improved digestion, and a lower risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. You can make them into a red bean paste, sprout them or simply boil them.” (healthline.com)
“Vibrantly colored and sweet, adzuki are commonly used in desserts in Asian cooking. But in America, they often are put to savory use, mixed into salads, cooked with rice, and dropped into soups. Like other beans, adzuki are a good source of protein.” (seattletimes.com)
Red beans are rich in nutrients and have health-preserving effects. The smell is sweet, sour, calming, and mild. It has the effect of reducing dampness [poor digestion and edema] and replenishing the spleen. It is more suitable for people with weak spleen and stomach.