Use of Curd (Yoghurt, Dahi)
Curd is a fermented form of milk. It is almost a specific for heart ailments, for senile state in preventing and delaying degeneration of body, purifies blood, keeps digestive system healthy, has more Vitamin B Complex than milk. It renders the complexion fair, lustrous, oily. It is a mild laxative but, in case of diarrhoea and dysentery, it is a boon, if used with rice. It keeps the mind alert, protects mucus lining of the stomach, it is bactericide. Rub curd on face, hands, head, rather on entire body before taking bath to dispel odour and impart glow, shine and lustre to body. If there is (dry) itching on the skin as often happens in winter due to cold and dry winds, mix mustard oil with curd (1:10 Ratio) and rub on the affected parts. It is rejuvenator of entire body 5ystem, as it destroys toxins in the body, improves digestion and improves general wellbeing.
Curd should, in fact, form an essential part of daily diet. It has been observed that persons using curd regularly are healthier, more alert, have soft and glowing skin, better bowel movement when compared to those who shun or abhor use of curd. Mixing black salt, cumin powder, black pepper powder with milk will serve as an appetiser.
Butter milk is lighter, cooling, more easily digestible, and a tonic. It is a natural laxative and stimulator of colon.
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