Apple Juice

Apple Juice

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Indications

When given with honey it cures the following conditions:
  • Anemia
  • Gout
  • Skin diseases
  • Sprue
  • Dysentery
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive disorders
  • Obesity
  • Disease of tooth
  • Cold & asthma
  • Stress

Properties
  • Apple is sweet in taste
  • It is nourishing
  • It is light to digest
  • It is almost a pre-digested food
  • It is a neutralizer
  • It breaks down calculi
  • Cleanses the digestive tract
  • Contains anti-oxidant compounds
  • It reduces vata and Pitta Dosha
  • Increases Kapha Dosha
  • It is cold in potency (Sheeta Veeryam)
  • The fiber in apple lowers Blood Cholesterol & raises HDL.
  • Its’ organic salts makes it diuretic reducing the sodium in the body and thus good for Hypertension
  • It is rich in Phosphates and vitamins
  • Stops excessive bleeding
  • Nerve & brain tonic
  • It regulates menstruation.
  • It is a rejuvenator (Rasayanam)
  • Aphrodisiac (Vajikaram)
  • It improves intelligence (Medhyam)
  • Good for hair, skin, nails and eyes

Ingredients:

Apple – 1 fruit
Honey – 30 ml
Water – Desired Quantity


Preparation:


Blend the Apple and extract the juice. Add honey and stir.

Glossary:
Rasayanam – literally means rejuvenation. The diet, medicine, or therapy that rejuvenates or regenerates body- mind, prevents decay, and postpones aging.

Vajikaram – the science of Aphrodisiac, producing virility.

Medhyam – that which enhances wisdom, intelligence, memory and mental power.

Vata – It refers to one of the three doshas. This is made of air and ether. This functional unit is characterized by movement, coldness, lightness and dryness in the body. When imbalanced it produces pain in various parts of the body.

Pitta – It refers to one of the three doshas. This is made of fire and water. This functional unit is characterized by heat, temperature and digestion in the body. When imbalanced it produces heat and burning sensation in the body.

Kapha – It refers to one of the three doshas. This is made of earth and water in our body. It is characterized by fluidity, strength and nourishment. When imbalanced it produces heaviness and phlegm in the body

Doshas – Literally that which can go out of balance. Bodily humor


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shaigurl, Philippines

hello po! may you give the exagt measurement of liquid or water.... please
if it's alright

nilly, India

nice but still if you give more information about fruit's USE in medicine it will be like ICING ON CAKES.....!!!!!

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