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Benefits of cooking with ghee, oil and milk- An Ayurveda view
Oil and Ghee are widely used in Indian cuisine. Milk is commonly used to prepare sweets and puddings. Texts of ayurveda enumerate benefits of cooking with these ingredients.
Benefits of cooking food with ghee: The foods which are cooked using ghee help to increase body energy and alleviate vata and pitta. Hence ghee is predominantly used in diseases which arise due to vata and pitta.
Benefits of cooking food with oil: Consumption of foods cooked with oil alleviates vata. But these foods vitiate pitta , rakta (blood) and increase body heat.
Benefits of cooking with milk: When cereals like wheat, rice etc are cooked in milk, the preparations help to normalize pitta and kapha. Consumption of milk cooked preparations increase body strength, quality and quantity of semen and also helps to maintain good health.
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In charaka samhita acharya charaka explains the method of preparing Vajikarana Ghrita (ghee processed with aphrodisiac herbs). This aphrodisiac ghee is recommended for persons who have low sperm count an
Texts of ayurveda have recommended many simple milk recipes for men to increase their ability to be sexually active. These preparations which have milk as base help to increase hardness, duration of hard erection and prevent premature ejaculation. Milk is a known Vajikarana Dravya.
Texts of ayurveda describe the properties of tulsi as follows. It is light to digest and dries tissue secretions. Tulsi tastes hot and bitter. It can penetrate deep tissues and has anti helmenthic properties.