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Revised RomanizationSonghwa-milsu

Songhwa milsu is a kind of Korean traditional drink made of pine flower pollen (songhwa) and honey.[1] It is said beneficial for relieving thirst caused by the heat of summer. It also made as an effective remedy for relieving respiratory ailments, neuralgia and headaches.

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  1. ^ Yoon, Sook-ja (Summer 2005). "Hwachae; Refreshing Beverage to Beat the Summer Heat" (PDF). Koreana. 19: 80–83.