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Friday, February 25, 2022

Why buttermilk is recommended by Ayurveda


 "Partake in this 'heavenly recuperating stomach related drink-takra' and keep heartburn under control," Ayurvedic master Dr Dixa Bhavsar said


With winter progressively retreating and summer nearly thumping on our entryways, it's an ideal opportunity to enjoy solid refreshments that won't just give alleviation during the steamy months yet additionally benefit wellbeing. All things considered, what better than partaking in a glass of buttermilk with your suppers?


As per Ayurveda, "He who utilizes takra (buttermilk) every day doesn't experience the ill effects of sicknesses, and illnesses restored by takra don't repeat; similarly as amrita (nectar) is for the divine beings, takra is to people."


Buttermilk isn't simply a heavenly beverage, but at the same time is really sound and can assist with treating numerous illnesses. Ayurvedic master Dr Dixa Bhavsar said, "Ayurveda utilizes buttermilk both to keep up with wellbeing and to treat sicknesses."


Here are a few advantages, as shared by the master.


*Is not difficult to process, has an astringent and sharp taste, and is hot in nature.


*Further develops processing and mitigates kapha and vata.


*In Ayurvedic treatment, it is helpful in the treatment of irritation, stomach related messes, gastrointestinal problems, absence of craving, spleen issues, and weakness.


*Is profoundly advantageous in vata awkwardness related messes.


Here is a fast and simple formula for buttermilk


Fixings


*¼ cup - Curd

*1 cup - Water

*Salt, according to taste

*½ teaspoon - Roasted cumin powder

*Mint leaves

*Coriander leaves

*Cleaved ginger/dry ginger powder (discretionary)


Technique


Take ¼ cup curd in a vessel and add some water.


Add salt, cooked cumin powder and blend well in with the assistance of a hand blender or a churner.


Decorate it with coriander leaves, mint leaves and curry leaves.


As indicated by Dr Bhavsar, the best an ideal opportunity to polish off a glass of buttermilk is with your lunch.


"Partake in this 'Heavenly Healing Digestive Drink-Takra' and keep acid reflux under control," she closed.

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