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Spiced buttermilk anyone?
Sambaram – a Kerala style buttermilk

Buttermilk is called Takra in Sanskrit.

Buttermilk is light, astringent and sour in taste. It mitigates Kapha and Vata and improves digestion.
It cleanses the channels (srotas), it is a mild diuretic and very useful in water retention, oedema, ascites and metabolic syndrome.

Adding fresh curry leaves 🌿to the buttermilk makes it very beneficial if you are suffering from IBS.

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To sit or squat

Whats the best way to have a good Poo? 💩

Squatting versus sitting?

We learn our bathroom habits from parents/ caretakers or watching siblings from an early age. Different habits in different parts of the world and cultures.

Most people who travelled through Asia are familiar with a drop hole toilet. Initially it can seem really strange of having to squat on the toilet and you might miss the porcelain throne but which toilet do you think is better to empty your bladder and bowel?

Ayurvedic wisdom has specific instructions on natural urges and morning ablutions. 🌞❤️🌿

Classical reference:

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Papaya is called Erandkarkati in Sanskrit which can be translated as the castor cucumber. 🥒🍑🥒🍑
The leaves have similarity with the castor oil leaves and the fruit is like a cucumber. ☘️☘️

The fruit contains many digestive enzymes and it aids in absorption and assimilation of food. Papaya is abundant in vitamins, such as Vitamin B, Vitamin A and Vit C and is filled with minerals such as sodium and potassium.

It is extremely helpful for people suffering from
1. Enzyme deficiency
2. Colic, IBS, flatulence
3. Heartburn
4. Loss of appetite
5. Constipation
6. Worms and parasitic infestation
7. promotes liver and function of the pancreas
8. Reduces blood sugar

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