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Ghee or clarified butter is made from the milk of a buffalo or a cow. It is prepared by simmering the butter in a pan on a low flame. While skimming, all the impurities are removed which are floating on the surface. The milk fats are settled at the bottom of the pan; the remaining liquid is then strained and poured into a jar. The consistency, aroma and taste of the ghee depend on the quality of the butter used in the making and the duration of boiling. Ghee has a better shelf life as compared to butter and is considered more ideal than butter for sautéing spices.
How Ayurvedic Medicine is different from Homeopathic Medicine?
Ayurvedic medicine is based on the concept of three doshas in the body: Vata, Pitta and Kapha and that an illness originates due to imbalance in the three energies. Ayurvedic Medicine is made by using herbs and minerals that bring and keep the three components in balance. It believes in prevention of the disease by follwoing the healthy life style like exercise, yoga, and meditation that provide a healthy metabolic system and good digestion. Whereas, homeopathic medicine works on the principle of "laws of similars". It believes in curing a disease by treating the person with drugs that produce the same symptoms as the disease.
Is Ayurvedic Medicine safe?
Ayurvedic Medicines are 100% natural and are made by using herbs, metals and minerals. They are safe with no side effects. However, it is always advisable to consult a doctor or Ayurvedic Vaid, before taking any medicine.
How Homeopathic/Ayurvedic Medicine different from Allopathic Medicine?
Allopathic medicine works on removing the symptoms of a disease. It does not treat the root cause of the patient disease and hence provides a short term solution. Whereas, homeopathic and ayurvedic medicine help the body to heal from the root cause of the disease and hence they provide a long term solution.