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Detoxification by completely dispensing with food will unnecessarily increase Vata Dosha and also reduce the digestive power (Agni). In order to avoid these undesirable side effects, Ayurveda recommends the following gentle yet profound detoxification cure for the effective removal of water-soluble residues in the physiology. If you feel stable and healthy, you can do this without medical guidance. However, if you have an acute condition, the cure may be taxing for you. If unsure, please call us, we’ll gladly advise you: +49 2603 9407-0. Read more
For a deep and restful sleep we suggest you try out our recipe for Ayurvedic spiced milk. Both calming and easily digestible, it brings you restorative slumbers.
With regard to milk, we regularly encounter very contrasting opinions, ranging from ‘as much as possible’ to the vegan complete rejection of all dairy products.
So what is Ayurveda’s viewpoint? Ayurveda clearly states that milk – in the right quality and quantity – is very good for our health.
Milk of the highest possible quality
The ideal milk in the Ayurvedic sense is provided by your own cow, which has a large outdoor area to roam in, eats only natural, good-quality food, and enjoys loving care. Her horns are not removed, nor is her calf taken away. Drinking milk in the Ayurvedic sense is drinking the still-warm milk from this one cow. Such milk is described as nourishing, easily digestible, and sattvic.