In the kitchen, the delicious organic rose water from Classic Ayurveda is often used to flavor desserts, drinks and pastries. In India, the famous lassi is refined with rose water.
In cosmetics, too, rose water is used to produce high-quality cosmetics, emulsions and skin tonics. Rose water can also be used as a soothing facial toner.
Please no lassi from the supermarket
Many companies now offer ready-made lassi, even in organic quality. You think you're doing something good for yourself. “Just not!” Says Melody, my omniscient, lovable yoga teacher. “Ayurveda teaches us that Lassi is best made from fresh yogurt. You can also use soy yogurt if you are vegan. “Melody is just so smart. Both of these have the same intestinal strokes, the fine, good bacteria that stroke your intestines from the inside with kid gloves and ensure an optimal immune system. But pure yoghurt is too difficult to digest as a sour milk product and leads to ama (waste products).
That's why there is Lassi, because Lassi is yoghurt mixed with water in a ratio of 1: 5 (1 part yoghurt, 5 parts water). And then you only have the very best properties of yogurt for you and your friend, the intestines. If you have a stand mixer or even a Thermomix, whisk the yogurt and water in it. Because the better and more powerful the mixer works, the finer and more valuable the lassi will be.
Ayurveda treasure chest
NO GO's that produce ama
- Fruit and sour milk products
- Sweet and ripe. Take the finished fruit yoghurt off the shelf
- Fruits and milk (as described in many ready-made muesli as a recipe). If fruit, then cooked
- Honey in the hot milk. Honey must not be heated to more than 40 °. Otherwise it will be toxic!