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Spring is a season of vitality, beautiful, magical, hopeful, desirable season. In this spring, when the flowers are blooming, let’s go to The Green St. Patrick's Day!
St. Patrick's Day is set up by the Irish to commemorate the "Patron Saint". St. Patrick is a Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. He brought the Christian faith to Ireland and spread it throughout the island of Ireland. He brought Ireland out of the barbaric era and ushered in Latin civilization and Roman culture. He was called "the patron saint of Ireland" by later generations.
St. Patrick's Day is the National Day of Ireland. It is scheduled on March 17 every year. On this day and before and after, the Irish who love green will wear green hats and green clothes from head to toe. It is vividly called the "Green Hat Festival".
The traditional color for St. Patrick's Day is green. The most representative symbols of St. Patrick's Day - shamrocks and the legendary old dwarfs in green (Leprechauns). Clover is a symbol of Ireland, and now it is a symbol of luck to find the four-leaf clover.
On St.Patrick's Day, it is customary to wear shamrocks, green clothing or green accessories. St Patrick is said to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish.
The four-leaf clover is an internationally recognized symbol of luck. Each of its leaves has a different meaning:
One leaf for name
One leaf for wealth
One for a faithfully lover
One for glorious health
All in this four-leafed clover
Enjoy the holidays in good health
St. Patrick's Day is a festival that celebrates Irish wine culture in full force, and at the end of the festivities, shamrocks are placed in the bottom of glasses, which are then filled with whiskey, beer or cider and drunk.
For most people, this holiday is not necessarily the healthiest holiday, the joyous holiday is always accompanied by a variety of desserts, food and endless beer, which will make your fitness more difficult.
We've found some good ways for you to dispel the effects of alcohol, so you can avoid getting drunk while enjoy the holidays.
Eat more green leafy vegetables and soy products
Antioxidants and vitamins in green leafy vegetables can protect the liver, either lecithin in soy products.
Plain water is the cheapest "sober up drink"
Drinking plenty of water after drinking can dispel the effects of alcohol, thereby reducing the accumulation of alcohol in the body. It is recommended to drink plenty of water before, during and after drinking to speed up metabolism.